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Monday 6 February 2023 Dublin: 1°C

# fih final series

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# Win or Learn
'I'd almost want to play again tomorrow to rectify some of the mistakes'
Ireland’s FIH Final Series campaign ended on a disappointing note at Banbridge on Sunday.
# fih final series
Ireland stunned by Korea in front of sold-out Banbridge crowd
Gareth Grundie’s side suffered a 3-1 defeat in Sunday’s FIH Series final.
# One Step Closer
Ireland dare to dream as Grundie's side book place in Olympic play-off tie
A place in the FIH Final Series decider assures the Green Army of a shot at Tokyo 2020 qualification.
# 2020 Olympics
'It's vitally important we qualify, for the longevity and survival of the sport here'
Ireland begin their quest to qualify for a second consecutive Olympic Games in France on Saturday morning.
# fih final series
O'Flanagan hat-trick helps clinical Ireland put Czech Republic to the sword
The home side made it two wins from two in their FIH Final Series campaign in Banbridge.
# Road to Tokyo
Sibling rivalry drives multi-talented Hawkshaws to international success
Sarah Hawkshaw enjoyed an excellent tournament debut for Ireland on Saturday, with younger brother David watching on.
# fih final series
Ireland far from their best but take first step on the long road to Tokyo
The World Cup finalists recorded a narrow victory over Malaysia in their FIH Final Series opener at Banbridge.
# The Duke
Highs, lows and sacrifices: Putting 'real life' on hold to chase the Olympic dream
Deirdre Duke and Ireland begin their Tokyo 2020 qualification campaign on home soil today.
# the green army
'There is no room for error and we know that. We're excited by the pressure'
A golden summer will count for nothing if Ireland fail to take the first steps towards Tokyo 2020 on home soil this month.
# Interview
'My faith is the biggest part of my life, it's more important than Tokyo or World Cups'
Still only 21, Elena Tice is fast approaching a century of caps for the Ireland women’s hockey team. She has made sacrifices and brave decisions, but is now closer than ever to achieving her sporting dreams.