The far too often repeated nauseating cliché that rugby is a “hooligan’s game played by gentlemen while football is a gentlemen’s game played by hooligans” is constantly rolled out as a sweeping generalisation that is bought into by far too many people.
Ahead of his retirement from the Irish University Athletics Association, DUCAC honourary chair Cyril Smith recalls what he draws from sport, College’s victories, and what keeps him on track
Last year in Trinity College Dublin, over sixty sports scholarships were awarded to athletes who had achieved outstanding ability in various sports. Out of these sixty, as few as one in four sports scholarships were awarded to women. Rugby being the worst offending sport, not a single female rugby player received a scholarship and yet […]
Bláithín Sheil talks about the home she found in Trinity athletics.
Caoimhe Gordon catches up with the outgoing captain Rebecca O’Keefe as she reflects upon a year of great triumph achieved by the team
DULBC and Trinity Basketball came out on top at the annual TCD Sports Awards held last week.
The Trinity Hurling Club’s Ryan Cup victory over QUB was the climax to a hard-found season beginning in late January.
Ladies GAA team took home the Giles Cup after a tight final in Cork on Saturday.
Trinity Rugby came out top in their annual showdown against Oxford University in College Park last Wednesday.
The annual Sailing Colours competition was won by Trinity over the weekend.