Ireland vs. New Zealand: Clash of the titans

Conor Doyle previews Saturday’s crucial fixture at the Aviva Stadium

For many years (111 years to be precise), this fixture brought apprehensive tidings – nerves aplenty with an outside chance of beating the best team in the world. But now, having conquered the All Blacks in 2016, Ireland enter this …

Trinity study calls on GAA to utilise neutral venues across their various disciplines

The study concluded that neutral venues have been an “under-utilised” option across the sport

“Neutral venues appear to be an under-utilised option for creating fairer and less predictable competition, especially in single-game knockout matches.” This is according to a study conducted by Adjunct Assistant Professor, Liam Kneafsey, and PhD candidate, Stefan Müller, both from …

Trinity clubs welcome new campaign seeking to boost women’s sport

The 20×20 Initiative aims to give female athletes greater opportunities by increasing media coverage, attendances, and involvement in sport

Many of Trinity’s sports clubs have given vocal support to the 20×20 Initiative, which seeks to promote gender equality in sport by increasing exposure, attendance, and participation in women’s sports by 20% at the end of 2020.

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Clubs’ needs not being met by DUCAC, claims Coyle

The DU Archery Club captain believes that more needs to be done for smaller clubs in Trinity

The captain of Dublin University Archery Club has claimed that “smaller [sports] clubs are treated unfairly” by Dublin University Central Athletics Club (DUCAC). Diego Coyle has told Trinity News that based on his experience, he “[doesn’t] feel that [their] needs

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