Student Living

Alumni tales – Kathryn Dane on why the sky is the limit for Irish women’s rugby

The scrum-half discusses balancing a professional life with her demanding sporting career and the growth of the women’s game in Ireland

Rugby can punish both the body and mind. However, the women’s sport faces an additional challenge: unlike men’s rugby, it is still played at an amateur level, even in the international arena. This requires many of the game’s most notable


Out of left field: DU Ultimate Frisbee

DUUFC President Andrew Cleary looks back on the development of the sport in Trinity and why he has high hopes for its future

For many of us uninitiated, frisbee is a summertime staple on the rare occasions the sun decides to show in Ireland, and is a great way of spending time with your dog. While the sport of ultimate frisbee, unfortunately, lacks


Poor discipline costs DUFC as they fall to UCD Colours clash

Despite plenty of attacking opportunities, Tony Smeeth’s men are still without a win this season

UCD: 30

DUFC: 19

Dublin University Football Club (DUFC) suffered a second consecutive loss to start the season, away to University College Dublin this weekend. The home side were able to avenge their loss to DUFC from last year with


Trinity Women’s Soccer through to promotion final as Robinson nets four

Striker Aoife Robinson tore apart the defence of TU Dublin as Trinity now have promotion in their sights

Trinity Women’s Soccer: 4

TU Dublin City Campus: 2

Trinity Women’s Soccer are now through to the final of the Rustler’s Women’s Division One Playoffs after a comfortable home victory against Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) City Campus in College