Trinity's Gaelic footballers began life in Division 2 of the men's higher level football leagues with a 5-13 to 0-02 win over the Cadets in Santry.
In their first intercollegiate outing of the season, Trinity's footballers proved no match for a rampant UCD side in the UCD Bowl.
Set up in June after a partnership between Trinity and Meteors Basketball Club, Trinity Meteors enjoyed a convincing first outing on Saturday.
Despite dominating for long periods, DUFC were left to rue errors as they lost out 27-25 to Garryowen in Dooradoyle yesterday afternoon.
In their first league encounter of the season, Trinity did enough to overcome Barrow Rovers, running out 71-54 winners in the Sports Hall.
Trinity's footballers lost out 1-0 last night in a poor game on a rain-soaked pitch in Iveagh Grounds.
Turlough Hughes and Daniel Dennis travelled to Cork this weekend, with Hughes in particular impressing in the Open Single Sculls event.
A 6-0 win away from home marked the dream start to life in the Leinster League for Trinity's hockey players.
College Park played host to 450 Irish and international athletes over the weekend for the Laser Run World Championships.
A 2-0 win in Iveagh Grounds was enough for Trinity's footballers to claim a fourth consecutive win in all competitions.