The rise of women’s sports

Although growth of women’s sports over the past decade has been impressive, why is it not yet higher?

The rise of popularity in women’s sports has been a gradual endeavour, but one which has seen surges of growth in recent years. If asked to name a famous female athlete of the 90s, it would likely be a struggle …

J4 Rugby: Passion, flair and joué

What it takes to play social sport

This September, while casual rugby fans have been fixated by the goings on at RWC ‘23, the true rugby purists have been anticipating the greatest sporting comeback since Michael Jordan’s 1998 Chicago Bulls: The return of junior rugby. Men from

Club notes, Issue 2

There’s optimism across College for major sporting success this season. Should you want to be part of it, most clubs are still accepting signups for “taster” memberships via Fixr.


DU Aikido was established last year, meaning 2022/23 was the

From Lacken to Shannonbridge; the GAA news

A short look at what is happening in the GAA throughout the country

While remaining controversial among pundits, but universally adored by intercounty players, the GAA’s second “split-season” rumbles on. The theatrics of All Ireland football and hurling are but a distant memory, replaced by the more local, parochial club leagues and championships.

‘Knock-On’ Effects: New research examines the long-term impact of concussion in rugby players

Tackling concussion continues to be a major priority for rugby union as evidence emerges of the lifelong repercussions of the sport’s most common injury

With sunsets creeping in earlier and temperatures beginning to dip, the harbingers of the rugby season are well and truly upon us. A fresh bout of rugby fever is on the horizon as we enter the autumn months, and this