The impressive 0-12 to 1-2 victory over St Mary’s of Belfast sees Trinity progress to the Fr Meachair finals weekend in Galway
It was chilly for yesterday evening’s key decider between the Trinity College, Dublin and St Mary’s College, Belfast camogie teams. The match began shortly after six on a cold evening in Clanna Gael GAA Club and after a scrappy start …
Despite being labelled as bizarre and insulting, the “Ladyball” campaign has highlighted the difficulties women’s sports face in getting media exposure
Last week saw one of the most bizarre advertising campaigns in recent memory with the launch and subsequent reveal of the “Ladyball”. It branded itself as a special ball perfectly fit for the needs of women with a “soft touch” …
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.
This March, the Irish Ladies cricket team will head to India for the World T20 Tournament, the most important global Twenty20 cricket competition, with a number of Trinity alumni on board. In the final of the T20 qualifying tournament, Ireland …
An investigation by TN into the potential funding imbalance in Trinity sport has given voice to the silent frustrations borne by women’s sports clubs, says Clare McCarthy.
Trinity College has 49 sports clubs, all of which are funded by DUCAC, the governing body for sports in Trinity. DUCAC’s aim is to further the interests of all sports clubs in Trinity College to the best of its ability …
What expense does women’s sport pay to build the road to men’s victory?
Last year in Trinity College Dublin, over sixty sports scholarships were awarded to athletes who had achieved outstanding ability in various sports. Out of these sixty, as few as one in four sports scholarships were awarded to women. Rugby being …