Ireland win historic two-in-a-row 6 Nations championships

Though hopes of a Grand Slam were squashed in Twickenham last week the Ireland squad pulled off an impressive win against Scotland in the Aviva

Ireland have been crowned 6 Nations Champions for 2024 after beating Scotland in the Aviva Stadium on yesterday evening. This is only the third time an Irish team has won back-to-back outright Championship titles, emulating the successes of 1948/49 and

Trinity launches Women in Sport campaign

College’s latest sport campaign aims to promote inclusivity and gender equality in Trinity sporting life

College has said that it is proud to announce the launch of its Women in Sport campaign, marking a ‘significant step towards inclusivity and gender equality in sport at Trinity’. The campaign, initiated in response to Sport Ireland’s Women in

Trinity Heraeans – the final revival?

The all-female answer to the Knights of the Campanile has been formally restarted

The Trinity Heraeans have been officially confirmed as being formally back in existence, with a Welcome Evening held on Monday 5th February for its newest members and attending the Knights of the Campanile dinner on Friday 23rd February. The Heraeans

Ladies Tennis Firsts shine as DULTC hosts Intervarsities

Upending UCD’s nine-year winning streak, DULTC Ladies claim gold at Intervarsities


Despite balancing organising duties with their playing commitments, Dublin University Lawn Tennis Club (DULTC) recently saw significant success at the annual Irish Intervarsities competition. With Trinity selected to host this year, months of organisation by the Club committee saw games

Club notes

Keep up to date on the latest activities from some of College’s 49 sports clubs

After a busy Michaelmas semester for many of the College’s student athletes, the majority of our 49 clubs remain active and in training for the remainder of the season. Should you wish to take part, memberships can be bought on

Sadhbh Doyle: Trinity Student and Future World Cup Player?

Judging by past accomplishments, Peamount United’s Sadhbh Doyle has a bright future in soccer ahead of her

Trinity students have enjoyed a long history of association with a wide variety of career fields. International-level soccer, particularly for women, is admittedly a newer one among those, but that fact has not yet curtailed the ambitions of final-year Trinity

Trinity womens’ soccer triumphs in Division 1 final

A 2-0 win over the University of Galway secured victory for Trinity in the Colleges & Universities Football Division 1 final


DU Ladies AFC (DULAFC) last week won the CUFL Women’s Division 1 final against the University of Galway. Played in brisk conditions in Athlone Stadium on November 30, Charlotte Connolly and Caolinn Durkin found the net to secure a 2-0 …