Trinity men bagged their first win over rivals UCD in six attempts in a game that was in the balance for large periods. Trinity always seemed the stronger team, eventually coming out on top in a 28-15 victory.
With the Airtricity League returning after a long winter break, Jake O’Donnell outlines exactly why it should not be overlooked
Friday 12 February heralded the arrival of the IUAA Indoor Track & Field Championships. Trinity’s athletes rose at an ungodly hour to catch the bus from Trinity to Athlone IT. Trinity had an impressive turnout of 25 athletes competing, not to mention their numerous supporters who turned out for one of the biggest days on […]
DULFC fail to capitalise on good attacking positions as DCU pull away in the second half to record a comprehensive 27-7 victory.
Despite periods of attacking dominance, Trinity ladies fell to a 3-0 defeat with the winning Carlow score coming five minutes from full time
Roisin Greening, current DU Trampoline Captain, reflects on a successful weekend of competing.
An energetic France outfit outmuscled the Irish 10-9 at the Stade de France on Saturday afternoon in soggy conditions. The pregame hype suggested that it would be a close fought and physical encounter between the two sides, and this proved to be the case. The game was dominated by errors from both teams and in […]
The Sprint the Irish Campus Series returned to Trinity at the weekend with 107 orienteers coming from all parts of the country to compete
The impressive 0-12 to 1-2 victory over St Mary’s of Belfast sees Trinity progress to the Fr Meachair finals weekend in Galway
Upon the arrival of the Olympic year, Trinity News takes a look at two of Trinity’s own Olympians, past and present.