Potential damage to the cricket pitch and safety concerns surrounding the Pavilion Bar are among the issues raised
Dublin University Central Athletic Committee (DUCAC) have expressed concerns to the Commercial Revenue Unit (CRU) regarding the upcoming Summer Series concerts.
DUCAC, who were not consulted prior to the announcement of the concerts, voiced concerns to the CRU and the …
“Some people get punched in the face once and won’t come back, some people just get a feel for it. It’s perfectly normal not to want to get punched in the face”
“He’s a southpaw and I hadn’t copped it,” …
Clare McCarthy, Sport Editor, sits down with the Trinity Hurlers; Leon Breen, Fionn O’Riain Broin and team captain Darragh O’Donoghue following their promotion to the Fitzgibbon Cup and to find out what really happened on ‘Inside Trinity’.
It’s a Tuesday morning and three hurlers are having a puck-about on the edge of the cricket pitch in the glare of the autumn sun. Two Swedish tourists stop and take pictures. “What is this sport?” one asks me. “Hurling,” …
Joel Coussins, Online Sport Editor, talks to Sean and Paddy Headon, final year BESS students, about their hugely successful charity boxing events.
Over the course of our interview the most striking thing about Sean and Paddy Headon is their seemingly boundless ambition. “There was another company with similar idea, and we performed at one of their nights,” Sean tells me, “I just …
The position of chair was contested between three candidates; Donagh McDonagh of DUBC, Gerry Kelly of DUFC and student PJ McGrane of DUGAA.
The Dublin University Central Athletic Club (DUCAC) held its annual general meeting on Thursday October 13, in keeping with the tradition of holding the AGM on the third Thursday of Michaelmas Term. As has also been tradition over recent years, …
Upon the arrival of the Olympic year, Trinity News takes a look at two of Trinity’s own Olympians, past and present.
In the dusty vaults of Trinity’s history, alumni are noted for their Nobel awards, their wealth of literature and politics, less so, for their sport. Although the paths of academia and sport rarely cross, Trinity has produced some fine athletes …
Emma Dooney always hated team sports; will the trampoline prove a welcome change or a return to old embarrassments?
I have never enjoyed sports. When I walk into my living room and find that my older brother has left Sky Sports on, I instinctively leap towards the remote control to drown out the noise. When I hear the details …
Trinity News talks to Conal Campion on the announcement of Pinks – the highest sporting honour Trinity can give.
The announcement of six ‘University Pinks’ by the Captains’ Committee was made last week following their meeting on December 8th. ‘University Pinks’, the highest sporting award Trinity can bestow, is awarded to deserving college athletes who have fulfilled …