Trinity trump Shannon for third-straight win

Fennelly on target again as DUFC claim all five points

DUFC 31

Shannon 19

Dublin University Football Club (DUFC) are up to fourth place in the All-Ireland League (AIL) Division 1A thanks to a 31-19 win against Shannon on Saturday. The students secured a bonus-point victory in College Park, with

Sports scholarships awarded at Dining Hall ceremony

Athletes from Trinity clubs were recognised at event in the Dining Hall

Trinity Sport awarded its annual sports scholarships at a ceremony in the Dining Hall on Thursday night. The programme, now in its 26th year, recognises the achievements of athletes across a wide range of sports. 64 students were awarded scholarships

Ken Early: “Football teams view the press as parasites, not partners”

The esteemed journalist discusses social media, accessibility for readers, and hostility towards sports journalists

For those who read Ken Early’s weekly football column in the Irish Times, or tune in to the Second Captains podcast regularly, it is difficult to picture the man as anything other than an astute, sophisticated, and perhaps even self-righteous

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 …