DUFC fall to league champions Cork Constitution

DUFC fell to current Ulster Bank League champions Cork Constitution today in College park, failing to make it three wins on the bounce after beating Young Munster and Buccaneers in their last two league outings.   Field position proved crucial, as Cork Con — who were trying to avoid their third loss in a row […]

DUFC: Season in Review

  DUFC Season Results (correct as of 12/03/17) 18-25 win v Terenure 13-23 loss v UCD 19-31 win v St. Mary’s 32-27 win v Young Munster 14-27 win v Garryowen 14-25 loss v Lansdowne 7-27 win v Old Belvedere 10-30 loss v Cork Constitution 33-0 loss to tarf 0-29 loss to Clontarf 19-3 loss to […]

Trinity winning streak halted by powerful Landsdowne

A massively physical Lansdowne outfit saw the back of Trinity in a classic College Park clash this afternoon, putting down an energetic DUFC in the process. Lansdowne struggled to contain the flair and pace of the Trinity attack, but unfortunately the home side were guilty of turning over the ball at too many key points […]

Trinity overcome UCD in hard fought colours encounter

Trinity men bagged their first win over rivals UCD in six attempts in a game that was in the balance for large periods. Trinity always seemed the stronger team, eventually coming out on top in a 28-15 victory.

DCU prove too strong for Trinity at College Park

DULFC fail to capitalise on good attacking positions as DCU pull away in the second half to record a comprehensive 27-7 victory.

Powerful France batter Ireland

An energetic France outfit outmuscled the Irish 10-9 at the Stade de France on Saturday afternoon in soggy conditions. The pregame hype suggested that it would be a close fought and physical encounter between the two sides, and this proved to be the case. The game was dominated by errors from both teams and in […]

Trinity lose at home 7 – 36 to NUIG ladies in last SSI match before Christmas

While this is the second loss in a row for Trinity, there are some positives to be gleaned from their performance

The League of Ireland and cultural capital

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.

Wonder boy’s meteoric rise

Alicia Lloyd talks to former Trinity player Niyi Adeolokun about his quick rise to professional rugby after recently signing a two-year deal with Connacht.

Trinity lose out narrowly in annual Colours match.

David Fanagan reports on the hard-fought encounter between Trinity and UCD in last week’s annual Colours match.

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