Ian Garry scares himself, but retains his invincibility

MMA: Irish MMA prodigy Ian Garry scared himself at UFC 285, but eventually won by TKO in the third round.

Ian Garry is the new star of MMA in Ireland. Extremely talented, the young man recently performed at UFC 285: Jones vs Gane. On the pre-preliminary card, the Irishman was pitted against China’s Song Kenan. Announced favourite before the meeting,

Trinity alumna leads Cambridge into Boat Race weekend

TN Sport talks to Caoimhe Dempsey, Trinity graduate and Women’s President of Cambridge University Boat Club

Trinity graduate Caoimhe Dempsey, elected Women’s President of Cambridge University Boat Club at the end of the 2021/22 season, will next weekend aim to guide the Cambridge Women’s Blue Boat to a sixth consecutive victory over their Dark Blue foes,

All-Ireland weekend beckons for DU Camogie

For the first time since the 2019/20 season, Trinity’s camogie team has reached the final stages of the intercollegiate competition.

Similarly to the famed Fitzgibbon and Sigerson Cups for collegiate hurling and Gaelic football, “Ashbourne Weekend” (named for the trophy played for in the first division) will be played this year over the 11th and 12th of February, in the


Junior, Intermediate and Senior hurling finals completed

Ballyhale claim historic 9th title, with Monaleen and Ballygiblin crushing Connacht’s hopes

The AIB GAA Junior, Intermediate and Senior Club Hurling Championships have culminated for another season, with the Senior final between Ballyhale Shamrocks of Kilkenny and Dunloy Cúchulainns of Antrim wrapping up the trio of deciders on January 22nd.

The Junior

Kerry clubs claim Junior and Intermediate crowns while Senior final causes drama

First ‘split-season’ ends dramatically


Junior Football Final: Fossa (Kerry) 0-19 – 1-13 Stewartstown Harps (Tyrone)

Intermediate Football Final: Rathmore (Kerry) 1-11 – 0-11 Galbally (Tyrone)

Senior Football Final: Kilmacud Crokes (Dublin) 1-11 – 1-9 Watty Graham’s Glen (Derry)

January saw the culmination of

A league of its own

Séaghan Ó Domhnalláin discusses the discreet nuances between Rugby Union and the different but similar Rugby League

While nearly everyone in Ireland has heard of, and probably watched, rugby union before, I’m willing to bet that very few have watched a game of rugby league before. Rugby league is a variety of rugby that diverged from the

Glen lodge All-Ireland appeal over extra Kilmacud player on pitch during final

The GAA previously said that without an official objection they would not review the matter

Watty Graham’s Glen has lodged an appeal against the outcome of last Sunday’s All-Ireland Senior Club final, after there were 16 men from Kilmacud Crokes on the pitch during the last few minutes of the match.

Two late substitutions were …

Trinity Meteors set sights on first national title in 27 years

The team have won 10 out of 11 matches throughout the season, including against tomorrow’s opponents Killester Basketball Club

Trinity Meteors are to compete against Killester Basketball Club tomorrow in the hopes of their first national title since 1996.

The women’s basketball team progressed to the Paudie O’Connor National Cup final after a 82-60 win over DCU Mercy last …