Pembroke Wanderers Hockey Club

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Pembroke Wanderers Hockey Club (Club Haca Pheambróg in Irish) is a field hockey club based in the Sandymount/Ballsbridge area of Dublin 4, Ireland. The club was founded in 1922 and named after the Pembroke Township. The club's senior men's team plays in the Men's Irish Hockey League and the Men's Irish Senior Cup. The club's senior women's team plays in the Women's Irish Hockey League and the Women's Irish Senior Cup. Reserve teams play in the Irish Junior Cup and the Women's Irish Junior Cup. Pembroke has also represented Ireland in European competitions. They won the 2009 EuroHockey Club Trophy.[2]

Pembroke Wanderers Hockey Club
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UnionHockey Ireland
Full namePembroke Wanderers Hockey Club
Founded1922
GroundSerpentine Avenue
Sandymount
Dublin 4
D04 T329
Ireland [1]
Websitewww.pembrokewanderers.ie
LeagueMen's Irish Hockey League
Women's Irish Hockey League

HistoryEdit

Men's Irish Senior CupEdit

Pembroke Wanderers won the Men's Irish Senior Cup for the first time in 1933.[2]

Season Winners Score Runners Up
1933 Pembroke Wanderers [3] 2–0 Banbridge
1937 Pembroke Wanderers [4][5] 3–1 [note 1] Queen's University Belfast
1952 Lisnagarvey [6] 4–3 [note 2] Pembroke Wanderers
1966 Lisnagarvey [7] 3–0 Pembroke Wanderers
1967 Cork Church of Ireland [8] 2–1 Pembroke Wanderers
1973 Pembroke Wanderers [9] 1–0 Cork Church of Ireland
1997 Lisnagarvey [10][11] 4–3 Pembroke Wanderers
2000 Pembroke Wanderers 3–3 [note 3] Lisnagarvey
2002 Instonians [12] 2–1 Pembroke Wanderers
2008 Pembroke Wanderers [13][14][15] 3–0 Monkstown
2009 Pembroke Wanderers [16][17][18] 6–0 Cookstown
2013 Monkstown [19] 5–4 Pembroke Wanderers
2014 Three Rock Rovers [20][21] 2–2 [note 4] Pembroke Wanderers
2018 Three Rock Rovers [22][23] 5–2 Pembroke Wanderers
Notes
  1. ^ After replay. First game was 0–0 after two periods of extra time.
  2. ^ After extra time.
  3. ^ After extra time. Pembroke Wanderers won 4–3 on penalties.
  4. ^ After extra time. Three Rock Rovers won on penalties.

Men's Irish Hockey LeagueEdit

Season Winners Score Runners Up
2008–09 Pembroke Wanderers [24] [note 1] Glenanne
2009–10 Pembroke Wanderers [25] Lisnagarvey
Notes
  1. ^ Pembroke Wanderers win 2–1 after shoot-out.

Source:[26]

Men's Irish Junior CupEdit

Season Winners Score Runners Up
1926 Pembroke Wanderers II [27] 1–0 [note 1] Athlone
1938 Pembroke Wanderers II
1942 Pembroke Wanderers II 4–0 Mossley
1948 Antrim II [28] 3–2 Pembroke Wanderers II
1949 Banbridge II [29] 1–0 Pembroke Wanderers II
1961 Pembroke Wanderers II [30] 2–0 Catholic Institute II
1970 Lisnagarvey II [31] 1–0 [note 2] Pembroke Wanderers II
1994 Banbridge II 4–0 Pembroke Wanderers II
1996 Pembroke Wanderers II [32] 1–0 Banbridge II
2001 Pembroke Wanderers II 2–1 Lisnagarvey II
2002 Annadale II 2–1 Pembroke Wanderers II
2007 Pembroke Wanderers II [33] 3–1 Cork Harlequins II
2008 Pembroke Wanderers II 3–2 Annadale II
2009 Cork Church of Ireland II 5–1 Pembroke Wanderers II
2014 Pembroke Wanderers II Monkstown II
2018 Glenanne II [34] 3–2 Pembroke Wanderers II
Notes
  1. ^ After four periods of extra time.
  2. ^ After replay. First match finished 0–0.

Women's Irish Senior CupEdit

Pembroke Wanderers won the Women's Irish Senior Cup for the first time in 1931.[2]

Season Winners Score Runners Up
1931 Pembroke Wanderers
1937 Pembroke Wanderers [35][36] 3–0 [note 1] Ards
1947 Pembroke Wanderers
1948 Pembroke Wanderers [37] 2–1 Knock
1949 Pembroke Wanderers [38] 4–0 Owls
1950 Pembroke Wanderers [39] 4–1 Ashton
1952 Pembroke Wanderers
1965 Pembroke Wanderers [40][41] 5–3 Instonians
1967 Pembroke Wanderers [42] 1–0 Old Ursulines
1970 Pembroke Wanderers [43] 2–1 Old Ursulines
1973 Pembroke Wanderers
1975 Pembroke Wanderers [44][45] 1–0 Pegasus
1988 Old Alexandra Pembroke Wanderers
2007 Pegasus [46][47] 1–0 Pembroke Wanderers
2013–14 UCD [48][49] 2–0 Pembroke Wanderers
Notes
  1. ^ After replay, first game finished 1–1.

Women's Irish Junior CupEdit

Season Winners Score Runners Up
1956 Pembroke Wanderers A [50] 5–1 Ormiston
1959 Pembroke Wanderers III [51] 2–1 Instonians B
1961 Pembroke Wanderers III [52] 7–0 Waterford
1962 Pembroke Wanderers III [53] 2–0 Pegasus
1986 Pembroke Wanderers II
1987 Pembroke Wanderers II
1994 Pembroke Wanderers II
2012 Loreto [54] 2–0 Pembroke Wanderers II
2013 Pembroke Wanderers II [55] Lisnagarvey
2014 UCD [56] 3–1 Pembroke Wanderers
2015 Pembroke Wanderers [57] 3–1 Bandon
2017 Railway Union [58] 2–0 Pembroke Wanderers

Pembroke in EuropeEdit

MenEdit

Tournaments Place
1974 EuroHockey Club Champions Cup 11th
1996 Champions Cup 4th
1998 Cup Winners Cup 2nd
2001 Cup Winners Cup 3rd
2002 Champions Cup 2nd
2007 EuroHockey Club Champions Trophy Winners
2007–08 Euro Hockey League
2009 EuroHockey Club Trophy [59][60] Winners
2009–10 Euro Hockey League [61][62] last 16
2010–11 Euro Hockey League [63][64] last 16

WomenEdit

Tournaments Place
2008 European Cup Winners Cup [65] 2nd

Source:[2]

Notable playersEdit

Men's internationalsEdit

  Ireland
  • Harry Cahill
  • George Davie
  • Francis de Rosa
  • Paddy Dolan
  • Devin Donnelly
  • Gordon Elliott
  • Ronan Flannery
  • Bob Galway
  • Stuart Loughrey
  • Jamie McBride
  • Johnny McCarthy
  • Louis McMullan
  • Des Medcalf
  • Victor Mooney
  • Peter Murphy
  • Ian O'Keeffe
  Scotland
  • Paddy Conlon
  Great Britain
  South Africa

Source:[2][66]

Women's internationalsEdit

  Ireland

When Ireland won the silver medal at the 2018 Women's Hockey World Cup, the squad included two Pembroke Wanderers players, Gillian Pinder and Emily Beatty.[67]

  • Louise Henderson
  • Gwen Jackson
  • Nicky King
  • Maeve Kyle
  • Margaret Lennon
  • Carmel McCarroll
  • Joan McCarroll
  • Patricia McHugh
  • Debbie McNulty
  • Louisa Moore
  • Mary Murphy
  • Aisling Naughton
  • Helen O'Neill
  • Vizi Paeglitis
  • Gillian Pinder
  • Betty Rickard
  • Diana Rowell
  • Mary Sweeney
  • Mary Taaffe
  • Rionach Tierney
  • Jackie Tyson
  • Nell Whiteside
  South Africa

Source:[2]

HonoursEdit

MenEdit

  • EuroHockey Club Trophy
    • Winners: 2009: 1
  • EuroHockey Club Champions Trophy
    • Winners: 2007: 1
  • Men's Irish Hockey League
    • Winners: 2008–09, 2009–10: 2
  • All-Ireland Club Championship
    • Winners: 1995, 2001, 2006, 2007: 4
  • Men's Irish Senior Cup
    • Winners: 1933, 1937, 1973, 2000, 2008, 2009: 6
    • Runners Up: 1952, 1966, 1967, 1997, 2002, 2013, 2014, 2018 : 8
  • Irish Junior Cup
    • Winners: 1926, 1938, 1942, 1961, 1996, 2001, 2007, 2008: 8
    • Runners Up: 1948, 1949, 1970, 1994, 2002, 2009, 2018: 7
  • Leinster Senior League
    • Winners: 1935, 1936, 1942, 1947, 1951, 1964, 1965, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004, 2005, 2009, 2013: 17
  • Leinster Senior Cup
    • Winners: 1938, 1941, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1949, 1950, 1973, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2006, 2010: 19
  • Railway Cup
    • Winners: 1940, 1941, 1942, 1959, 1970, 1974, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1985, 1988, 2001, 2004, 2007, 2008: 15
  • Leinster Indoor Cup
    • Winners: 1986, 2007: 2

WomenEdit

  • European Cup Winners Cup
    • Runners Up: 2008: 1
  • Women's Irish Senior Cup
    • Winners: 1931, 1937, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1952, 1965, 1967, 1970, 1973, 1975: 12
    • Runners Up: 1988, 2007, 2013–14: 3
  • Women's Irish Junior Cup
    • Winners: 1956, 1959, 1961, 1962, 1986, 1987, 1994, 1998, 2013, 2015: 10
    • Runners Up: 2012, 2014, 2017: 3
  • Irish Junior League
    • Winners: 1998
  • Leinster Senior League
    • Winners: 1931, 1936, 1939, 1940, 1942, 1949, 1952, 1958, 1963, 1966, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975: 17
  • Leinster Senior Cup
    • Winners: 1931, 1944, 1949, 1967, 1970, 1973, 1984, 2003: 8

Source:[2]

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