Your guide to the Six Nations

DUFC’s Darragh Higgins gives his predictions for the northern hemisphere’s premier rugby competition.

With another Six Nations just around the corner, we take an in-depth look at this year’s competition, so you know what to look out for and who to pick for your Six Nations Fantasy Team. Here is our predicted power

O’Neill debacle reflects poorly on FAI

The FAI’s failure to control its manager shows a chronic weakness

Martin O’Neill’s appointment as manager of Ireland in 2013 was seen as a major coup for the national team. O’Neill was a Premier League manager with considerable pedigree, having enjoyed success at just about every club he had managed (Sunderland

Jim Gavin: The modern day Micko?

Eoghan O’Connor discovers the many parallels between the two GAA coaches

RTE’s documentary on the legendary Mick O’Dwyer was an incredible insight into the mindset of the greatest GAA manager of all time. Micko is totally addicted to the game. A great scene comes at the beginning of the documentary: as

Trinity come unstuck in close Glasnevin encounter

Trinity Men’s Basketball suffered a 65-68 loss on Monday evening

Trinity Men’s Basketball team lost a thrilling encounter with Glasnevin on Monday night, losing the back-and-forth contest by only three points, 68-65.

Glasnevin raced into a quick lead, putting themselves 9-2 up inside the opening few minutes, and continued to

Actions speak louder than tokens

International soccer has made a lot of progress in tackling racism and homophobia, but there is still plenty more to be done

Last weekend saw the marking of what has become one of football’s stand-out beacons of diversity: the wearing of rainbow laces. What this involves is, for one weekend and one weekend only, every player on every team from the Premier

DUFC lose thriller against Clontarf

Losing bonus point a deserved consolation for impressive Senior XV

DUFC’s Senior XV put in a strong performance away from home against Division 1A veterans Clontarf in a scintillating game on Saturday afternoon , but unfortunately came up short, losing 29-24. This fixture has been dominated in recent years by

Men’s Volleyball secure comeback win

Trinity Men’s Volleyball beat a depleted Santry 3-1 on Thursday evening

Trinity’s men volleyball team came back from one set down to beat Santry 3-1. Trinity started strong in the opening set and took a 3 points to 1 lead. Both teams exchanged points but Santry got the better of the

Trinity snatch last-minute bonus point in loss to Garryowen

While DUFC couldn’t make it two wins in a row after beating St. Mary’s last week they will take confidence from a resilient display

Garryowen’s robust defence was the difference today as they triumphed over Trinity in an engrossing and high-scoring clash in College Park. While both sides enjoyed spells of fluid, attacking rugby, lapses in concentration by Trinity when defending allowed Garryowen to

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