Emma Dooney always hated team sports; will the trampoline prove a welcome change or a return to old embarrassments?
Despite being labelled as bizarre and insulting, the “Ladyball” campaign has highlighted the difficulties women’s sports face in getting media exposure
William Foley talks to Mark Kelly, the founder of an organisation which seeks to address socioeconomic inequality through the medium of squash.
Former Trinity student Cecilia Joyce is heading to India in March along with her twin sister, team captain Isobel Joyce, and fellow Trinity alumni Jennifer Grey, Shauna Kavanagh and Amy Kenealy.
Trinity News talks to Conal Campion on the announcement of Pinks – the highest sporting honour Trinity can give.
The Hunger Breakfast, lunch and dinner. Forget it. There are many more than three meals in a day. The hunger is real, and it can be aggressive. Your library time is measured by your regular “pick-me-up” breaks. Sometimes you try to be a good athlete, holding out another hour until you can get to your […]
While this is the second loss in a row for Trinity, there are some positives to be gleaned from their performance
DU Archery Club embark on their first outing at a college event.
The members of Trinity Hurling Club make a pilgrimage between the beating heart of the pale and Clan na Gael Fontenoy Gaelic Club once a week. Twice if they have a match. Cian Ó Riain Broin is one of those 30 or so members and he has high hopes for the future. He’s aware Trinity […]
The far too often repeated nauseating cliché that rugby is a “hooligan’s game played by gentlemen while football is a gentlemen’s game played by hooligans” is constantly rolled out as a sweeping generalisation that is bought into by far too many people.