Your guide to the Six Nations

DUFC’s Darragh Higgins gives his predictions for the northern hemisphere’s premier rugby competition.

With another Six Nations just around the corner, we take an in-depth look at this year’s competition, so you know what to look out for and who to pick for your Six Nations Fantasy Team. Here is our predicted power


DUFC lose thriller against Clontarf

Losing bonus point a deserved consolation for impressive Senior XV

DUFC’s Senior XV put in a strong performance away from home against Division 1A veterans Clontarf in a scintillating game on Saturday afternoon , but unfortunately came up short, losing 29-24. This fixture has been dominated in recent years by


Credit where credit is due

The Trinity Sports Scholarship Awards, took place in the Dining Hall on Thursday 19th January, an evening of recognition for Trinity’s best sportsmen and women


The award of the Trinity Sports Scholarship took place in the Dining Hall last Thursday evening, recognising some of the hardest-working and most talented sportspeople the college has to offer. The 66 sports scholarship recipients, family members and coaches filled


Trinity winning streak halted by powerful Landsdowne

Trinity made a lightening fast start to the game, with a foot in touch denying a try to elusive winger, Colm Hogan, in their first attack. Trinity came out with three points courtesy of a penalty from out-half, Jack McDermott, but immediately surrendered that lead by conceding a penalty after the restart.

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 revival of Trinity Barbell

By next semester, Trinity Barbell should have all of the necessary attributes to become a very successful weightlifting club


Trinity Barbell’s first event of the year took place in Raw Gym in Sandyford on Sunday 9 October. A mixture of experienced gym heads, committee members and new lifters showed up to take advantage of the type of basic professional


Powerful France batter Ireland

Despite leading for most of the game, Ireland’s inability to convert territory into points and a host of injuries allowed France to edge past them with a much improved second half performance.


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 …