It was another positive week for a top-performing Trinity Volleyball Club.
A game which ebbed and flowed ended in a high-scoring draw, with both sides left frustrated after a tetchy 4-4 stalemate.
DU Ladies Hockey Club were left bitterly regretting a slow start, as Monkstown scored late to claim a first win of the season.
The visitors to College Park touched down with virtually the last action of the game to undo Trinity and snatch a 17-13 victory.
Irish international rugby players Sophie Spence and Ailis Egan spoke candidly to DUFC on Friday night about the joys of sport and the issues facing women’s rugby.
The draw for the 2018 Fitzgibbon and Sigerson Cups was made today, with Trinity’s teams facing some stiff competition for a place in the knockout stages.
Teams from Dublin, Belfast and Galway will battle it out in January 2018 for a place at the European Quidditch World Cup in April next year.
Trinity’s basketball sports scholar Aoife O’Halloran on overcoming injuries, video analysis and playing Israel's army cadets.
Trinity's women's team won at student level last week, while the men's side beat Santry before falling to Aer Lingus in the senior national league.
Trinity's fencers brought home medals from UCD and DCU this weekend, while also overcoming an alumni side in the club's 'Past vs Present' match.