Much-improved DUFC need to build on good form

Trinity have the quality of a strong side, but need the composure

Dublin University Football Club (DUFC) triumphantly returned to the top division of Irish club rugby, All-Ireland League (AIL) Division 1A, in 2016. Since then, their fortune in the competition has been mixed, finishing 6th and 8th in the subsequent seasons.

Exploring the rise of Jugger

Maximilian Henning explores the inner workings of this chaotic sport

“Three, two, one, Jugger!” Two teams of five started sprinting on a collision course with their opposite numbers. In their hands are long staffs, wrapped with foam. In the middle of the pitch is a pink dog’s skull, also made

Kavanagh: The godfather of Irish MMA

Jonathon Boylan talks life, tough beginnings, and his star pupil with Conor McGregor’s coach John Kavanagh

Conor McGregor is undoubtedly the most recognisable face Ireland has produced in recent times. With an ability to split opinion like no other, he is seen by many as the poster boy for mixed martial arts (MMA) as a whole.

Billy the Kid: Trinity’s teenage rugby prodigy and Ireland international

The legacy of William McCombe, 50 years since his debut for Ireland

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In the run-up to Ireland’s Six Nations opener against France last year, French fly-half and teenage sensation, Matthieu Jalibert, was cited as a potential wunderkind. The then 19-year-old Jalibert was only the second teenager in championship history to start at

Trinity beaten by physical Leixlip Zalgiris

Trinity Men’s Basketball lost out in a controversial encounter

Score: 74-49

Trinity Men’s Basketball team suffered a heavy loss in controversial circumstances on Friday night as they lost 74-49 to Leixlip Zalgiris in Dublin Men’s Basketball Division 3. Trinity, who currently sit mid-table in the division, were overcome by

Trinity overpower IT Blanchardstown

The home side’s physicality proved to be too much for their opponents in a dominant performance

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IT Blanchardstown: 0

Trinity Women’s Soccer triumphed over IT Blanchardstown in a lopsided contest in College Park for their Round 2 match of the Intervarsities Kelly Cup. Right-forward Deirdre Byrne scored all of the home side’s goals, scoring