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Rugby World Cup review

A tournament to remember for most, but one to forget for Ireland

For better or worse, the 2019 Rugby World Cup has come to an end. As a tournament that was long anticipated given the high standard of all the teams competing, it brought high points for many, but a disappointing fall

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Women’s Soccer team emerge on top in Colours Clash

Trinity followed up their victory over Tallaght with a hard fought win against UCD

Yesterday, Trinity Women’s Soccer took on University College Dublin (UCD) ‘B’ in their second match in the College and Universities Football League (CUFL) Division 1. The biting cold did little to dull the performance on display in Santry as Trinity …

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Trading places: Learning to master multiple sports

Many have dreamed of being dual-athletes, but it remains elusive for most

Sporting careers by their very nature are generally short-lived. The incredibly physical nature of various games often forces athletes into retirement much earlier than traditional careers. Unless you’re looking at golf, you will rarely see a player maintain peak performance,

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Setting the standard in Irish sailing

Aisling Keller and Aoife Hopkins discuss their journey towards Olympic qualification

The Tokyo Olympics 2020 is nearly here. Japan will barely have had time to recover from the Rugby World Cup before they are yet again in the spotlight on the global stage, this time to a much wider audience. With

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Three in a row: A conversation with Trinity’s own All Ireland Winner

Rachael Fleming talks about her love of sport, the excitement of the final and the work still to do in promoting women’s sports

Over the course of the summer, it is impossible to live in Dublin without noticing the hustle and bustle generated by the final stages of the All Ireland competitions. Drumcondra residents dare not move their cars as the masses descend

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Out of left field: Trinity Touch Rugby

A closer look at one of Trinity’s newest societies

Rugby in Ireland has never been bigger. With domestic and national teams excelling at every level, it is almost impossible not to get caught up in the swell of excitement. However, one of the major objections people have when it

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Rugby World Cup 2019: Ireland’s quest to conquer the quarter finals

With a clash looming against either New Zealand or South Africa, can Ireland manage to break their curse?

Ireland have appeared at every Rugby World Cup since the competition’s inception in 1987. Now as the ninth iteration of the tournament approaches, Ireland are still searching for their first quarter final victory. Circumstances and excuses abound every four years