Sport and study: a winning combination

Victoria Bryne interviews several students about how they juggle their academic and sporting careers

  What is it about sport and study that, when correctly mixed together, serve for a winning combination? A huge amount of focus, organisation and dedication are required to balance sport and academics effectively. With around 50 sporting clubs in Trinity,

World Cup 2018: Semi-final previews

With the final looming large, each of the semi-finalists are likely contenders to lift the trophy on Sunday night

World Cup 2018 has entered its final week, and it has certainly saved the best for last. After a tantalising set of quarter-finals, both semi-finals look set to be enthralling contests between worthy challengers. In this tournament so far, uncertainty …

World Cup 2018: Quarter-final previews

In a tournament that has thrown up plenty of surprises already, the quarter-finals are sure to follow suit

With the business end of the tournament fast approaching, it is only fair to accept that while there have been some truly wonderful moments at this World Cup, the patience of many fans has been tested by a few drab …

Boat Clubs prepare for thrilling end to season

Both DUBC and DULBC get set for the exciting weeks ahead

While most of Trinity’s sports clubs are either on their summer holidays or beginning pre-season preparations, the college’s rowing clubs have no time to enjoy the heatwave with a busy few weeks ahead. Both DUBC and Dublin University Ladies’ Boat

World Cup 2018: the winners and losers so far

After the first match of the knockout stages, DUAFC take a look at the best and worst of World Cup 2018

The World Cup is only at the halfway point, and already there are many talking points.  As the tournament transitions from the mostly dull group stages to the ruthless knockout rounds, now is a perfect time to discuss the main

World Cup 2018: All quiet on the eastern front

As fans make the pilgrimage to Russia, Cian Dunne warns that the World Cup atmosphere is more than a little subdued in St Petersburg

In the weeks immediately preceding the beginning of any World Cup, after the groups are drawn, match tickets acquired, flights booked, squads finalised, jerseys bought and stadiums primed; attention is diverted temporarily, and inevitably all eyes are fixed firmly