Q Radio Sport
Ireland's women hockey stars have finished runners-up at the FIH tournament in Banbridge.
They were beaten 3-1 by Korea in Sunday's final but still go through to the Olympic qualifiers later this year.
Nicola Daly scored the consolation goal.
Ireland's Anna O'Flanagan was the week's top scorer with six goals and was also named Best Player at the tournament.
Here's the Green Army goalkeeper Ayeisha McFerran ...
🎥 Our homegrown hockey hero @Ayeeishaa sums up the week - disappointed to lose final but job done we're into the Olympic qualifiers ... #GreenArmy @IreWomenHockey @irishhockey #FIHSeriesFinals @banbridgehc #RoadToTokyo #Tokyo2020 pic.twitter.com/LHkddo95rS— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) June 16, 2019
Well, what a week in Banbridge but home side fall at final hurdle— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) June 16, 2019
FT: #FIHSeriesFinals @IreWomenHockey 1 Korea 3#GreenArmy goes again in Olympic qualifiers later this year. Great effort & top marks @banbridgehc perfect hosts!#RoadToTokyo #Tokyo2020 @irishhockey pic.twitter.com/1Me6i9oVZW
🎥 “You’re amazing!”... Family, friends & fans show their appreciation for the @IreWomenHockey stars including @AnnaOF, Top Scorer (6) & named Best Player at #FIHSeriesFinals @banbridgehc #GreenArmy #RoadToTokyo #Tokyo2020 @irishhockey pic.twitter.com/X38DITqLsW— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) June 16, 2019