Q Radio Sport
Ireland are through to the semi-finals of the FIH hockey tournament in Banbridge after thrashing Singapore 11-0 on Tuesday afternoon.
It completed a 100 per cent record in the group games for the girls in green.
The World Cup finalists beat Malaysia 2-1 in their opening game on Saturday.
Ireland's next match at Havelock Park against the Czech Republic on Sunday ended in a crushing 8-1 victory with four goals for Anna O’Flanagan.
The eight-team tournament runs until Sunday June 16th with the top two teams advancing to a Tokyo 2020 qualifying competition.
FT: #FIHSeriesFinals@banbridgehc— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) June 11, 2019
Rampant #GreenArmy storm through to Saturday's semis with 100% record in group games. Looking good to make the Olympic qualifiers but big weekend ahead.#RoadToTokyo @irishhockey pic.twitter.com/jOrcNHubm7
FT: #FIHSeries— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) June 8, 2019
A battle in Banbridge but we’re off to a winning start, Bethany Barr & Katie Mullan with the goals.
Up and running on #RoadToTokyo
Ends in sunshine - Beautiful Day ringing out across Havelock Park! So far, so good! pic.twitter.com/lf3BGT2Tj3
We have top talent here @banbridgehc from all over the globe & 1st goal for @IreWomenHockey was scored by a local girl! Bethany Barr from Lurgan on target in front of super-proud family & friends...#FIHSeries #RoadToTokyo @irishhockey pic.twitter.com/cpwu6JZx2Q— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) June 8, 2019