While the scoreline represented a a 5-1 loss to IT Blanchardstown, the match was closely contested with a strong showing from DULAFC.
In the first of two friendly games yesterday evening, Dublin University Football Club (DUFC) turned on the style in their 55-12 victory against visiting Argentinian side, Hurling Club.
DUFC Captain, Niamh Byrne, as well as boxer Christina McMahon, also spoke at the conference, which saw the dangers of concussion discussed.
Rob Morgan talks to Ireland Under-20 Captain Jack Kelly about their Six Nations campaign and how he balances rugby and life as a law student.
Trinity Assistant Professor Matthew Campbell, who spoke at a conference in Trinity yesterday, discusses his research on concussions and the risks facing players.
Trinity College ladies footballers continued their winning streak with a comprehensive 4-7 to 2-8 win over Mary Immaculate College on a wet day in Limerick.
Few annual sporting events command the respect Wimbledon does and, despite perceptions, the event is entirely doable on a student budget.
Trinity’s women’s rugby team progressed to the final of Division Four of the Leinster League after beating a powerful Portlaoise side.
Dublin University Ladies Hockey's 14 match unbeaten streak means they now lead the Leinster League.
Suffering their fifth defeat in a series of six league games, the team now sit in eighth position in the league.