They may look like little figures perched cosily in the back of a boat, but for Trinity's rowing clubs, coxes are crucial.
DUAFC captain Ronan Hanaphy took home the match ball last night, as Trinity's footballers cruised to the top of the table with a 5-0 win.
Trinity’s fencers won medals of all colours at the weekend.
Seán Owens and Tom Pywell competed for Dublin University Cycling Club at the weekend, with Pywell emerging unscathed after a collision.
After a difficult first half, DUAFC hit back strongly to claim a second win in two games.
After bowing out of the Sigerson last season, Trinity GAA will be hoping that they can thrive once again in the Trench Cup.
A Trinity side packed with new faces succumbed to a 31-7 defeat in College Park last night.
Conor McDermottroe, a member of Trinity's rifle club, competed in the 50-metre prone event in South Korea.
In the inaugural Ronnie Coates memorial race, Trinity student Seán Owens finished first.
Fiona Tuite and Linda Djougang, both members of DUFC Women, faced off against each other on Friday night as Leinster overcame Ulster 17-0.