Magic and Mud at Quidditch Cup

Adverse conditions ended the Quidditch Cup early, which was moved from its original location in Trinity after heavy rain left pitches unplayable.
By Aideen Mallon

Trinity Hockey Surprise Title Hopefuls YMCA

A late Cillian Hynes goal proved just enough to settle a thrilling affair as DU Hockey outlasted a game YMCA outfit in Santry.
By Morgan Clarke

Aoife Hopkins to Compete in Sailing World Cup

Hopkins, a sports scholar and member of Trinity Sailing, is one of two Irish representatives at the event, which begins on Sunday.
By Donal MacNamee

Trinity’s Own ‘Operation Transformation’ Launches

Participants signed up to a six-week programme in the College.
By Imogen McGuckin

DUFC Defeat St Mary’s with Stylish Performance

In a crucial clash, DUFC’s adherence to attacking rugby paid dividends, as the side climbed to eighth in the Ulster Bank League.
By Donal MacNamee

Race Into 2018 with DU Cycling Club

DU Cycling Club offer opportunities abound for students to exercise and take part in triathlons.
By Conrad Vandlik

Trinity Climbing Club Reaches New Heights

How tough can climbing really be? Very tough, it turns out.
By Dillon Hennessy

Trinity Volleyball Courts Success on Both Sides of the Net

Trinity's volleyballers are enjoying a fruitful season, but for them enjoyment off the court is as important as winning on it.
By Sean Corcoran

Shane O’Brien is All About the Bigger Picture

Trinity’s senior hurling coach chats about what the future holds for the College's hurlers.
By Muireann Nic Corcráin

Win for Ladies Water Polo Ahead of Leinster Cup Final

A win against Donegal gave Trinity a boost ahead of the team's upcoming battle with St Vincent's.
By Thomas Conway