Will Scott assesses the impact of England losing out on the Six Nations championship, and takes a look at where the team can go next.
Dylan Brockmeyer recounts Trinity Cancer Society’s annual Relay For Life, where teams relay for 24 hours to raise money for the charity.
Louis Strange analyses the fortunes of English clubs in Europe.
Sarah Burns reports on the Ladies Gaelic Football first and second teams experience at the recent Giles and Donaghy Cup Championships.
Sports Editor Cal Gray discusses what has made Brian O’Driscoll completely irreplaceable.
Editor Elaine McCahill discusses women in sport and why there is less coverage of them in the media.
David Fanagan reports on the hard-fought encounter between Trinity and UCD in last week’s annual Colours match.
Niall Brehon Staff Writer George Orwell was one for theorizing. Though his bad lungs prevented him from partaking in the Second World War, he nevertheless expressed a partisan anti-Fascist interest in the Spanish Civil War – an interest strong enough for him to pack his bags for Catalonia and eventually see action on the battlefield […]
David Byrne reports on DUFC’s recent success at both their Club Championships as well as the NUI Maynooth Novice Cup.
Colum O”leary reports on Duhac’s impressive performance at this years indoor championships held in Athlone.