Misogyny in rugby should be sent to the sin-bin

“A gentleman’s game;” the unofficial motto of the sport of rugby union, a game traditionally associated with the upper classes, often perceived as being dominated by white Protestant men. The sport champions the ideas of sportsmanship, fair play and, above all, respect.   On the pitch, players are taught to be respectful towards their teammates, […]

Trinity lose thriller to Princeton in College Park

Trinity women’s rugby team lost a frantic and very entertaining exhibition match to the visiting Princeton University at a floodlit College Park last night.   The match, which was played in four 15 minute periods, was decided by the blistering pace of the Princeton backline which allowed them to attack from any field position. Fly-half Jess […]

Risk assessment

The annual GAA congress passed a motion to ban betting companies from sponsoring any teams will be discussed. GAA may not be the biggest benefactor financially of advertising and sponsorship from betting companies, but its players are certainly among the highest who suffer from gambling addictions. This may not be seen as a huge loss […]

Both Guardiola and the FA should practise what they preach

One of the most talked about stories this week in the world of football was the disagreement between Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola, and the Football Association (FA), particularly their chairman, Martin Glenn. The mastermind behind the Tiki-Taka style of play has been wearing a yellow ribbon on his jacket during City’s matches. It was […]

Trinity American Football lose in low-scoring affair

Trinity American Football got off to a poor start to this season with a 16-11 loss to UCD on Sunday afternoon.     The offense started poorly, with UCD bringing intense pressure and forcing a fumble which they returned for a defensive touchdown. Trinity’s defense struggled throughout the game to bring UCD’s quarterback and running […]

A Competitive Mudbath

Mud, sweat and tears were shed on the Trinity Sports grounds in Santry on Saturday, March 3rd, at the annual IUAA Cross Country Championships, an event not for those faint of heart (or leg). Trinity’s own DUHAC were the hosts of the day, which turned out to be an astounding success for all involved, with […]

STEM, self-efficacy, and sport

In the past, sport was traditionally seen as the domain of men. Even today, there is a gender discrepancy in participation and intensity: men are more likely to play sport, and more likely to devote significant energies to it. This difference is neither good nor natural. But in order to consider why it’s not the […]

Transfers and title challenges: League of Ireland preview

A few months ago I wrote a piece asking students looking for a cheap alternative to the Premier League to give Ireland’s domestic league a chance. The Premier Division of the League of Ireland season kicks-off on the 16th February and to prepare you for the new season I think it’s important to understand how […]

DUHAC take Indoors by storm

On Friday February 9, twenty two of DUHAC’s track and field athletes and plenty of spectators travelled to the track in Athlone IT to compete in the IUAA Intervarsity Indoor Track and Field Championships. By the end of the day five TCD records had been broken and seven medals had been won. As one of […]

MMA: a game of risks

Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) is one of the fastest growing sports on earth. It’s boxing, wrestling, kickboxing, karate, and more all mixed into one, which gives it a wide base of appeal. It also happens to be first-class entertainment, even for those of us whose usual punching target is the air directly above our heads. […]

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