Both Guardiola and the FA should practise what they preach

The FA may argue that the poppy is not a political statement, but surely if it forces a player into a corner where he feels he cannot support it, it must have political leanings.

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

A Competitive Mudbath

IUAA Cross Country Championship yields great results for DUHAC

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

STEM, self-efficacy, and sport

William Foley takes a close look at the link between male and female participation in STEM subjects and sports.

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

Transfers and title challenges: League of Ireland preview

Shamrock Rovers season-ticket holder and Online Sport Editor Eoin Roche looks back over the Irish transfer window and ahead to the new League of Ireland season

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

DUHAC take Indoors by storm

Records tumble and medals won at the IUAA intervarsity Indoor Track and Field Championships

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

MMA: a game of risks

Eoin Roche argues for the abolition of the weight-cutting practices plaguing the UFC

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

Striking Out

Ciaran Sunderland meets Ian Garry, an ambitious Irish MMA fighter eager to make his mark.

Ian Garry is an amateur MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) fighter with big plans. He’s young, confident beyond his experience and obsessed with fighting. At 6 foot 3 inches tall and weighing 81kgs, Garry drops 4kgs to fight at Welterweight (where

Pride in what you do

Former Q-soc auditor and Dublin Devil’s striker Oli Riordan talks to Joel Coussins about the marriage between the footballing and LGBTQ+ communities

LGBTQ+ representation and discrimination in sport, specifically soccer, is one of the hot-button issues in sport right now — something I touched on in my last article for this newspaper. In fact, writing that piece, and the research I did

Strong rebounding sees DCU past Trinity

DCU came into the match as National Cup champsion

Strong offensive rebounding as well as commanding performance by DCU (Dublin City University) point-guard Tiffany Corselli saw off a generally defensively-sound Trinity side in the Sports Centre last night.

DCU came into the game as National Cup champions after beating

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