A first-ever win in the Fitzgibbon Cup in 2019 did more than just secure Trinity's hurlers the points – it was a statement of college hurling intent.
The only certainty sports clubs have is that next year will be like no other.
Members of Trinity's sailing club – alongside university sailing clubs across the country – set the record as part of a socially distanced fundraiser.
Two years ago, Sinead Macerlane found a benign tumour in her femur. It's been a long road to recovery – but now she’s finally able to walk pain-free.
In a season full of highlights, Trinity’s 18-12 win over UCD in Belfield will go down as a defining moment in the club’s recent history.
DUHAC’s field performance this season was one of their best in years – in some cases, it was unprecedented.
May 20th, 2018 was a day of mixed emotions for DUAFC. They won promotion in the Leinster Senior League, but lost out on silverware.
In 2019, without their coaches, DUFC Women lost out in the Leinster League Division 3 final to Barnhall, but it didn't mar a remarkable season.
Until 2008, Trinity's fencers had been also-rans in college fencing for years. That year, they kicked off a winning streak that's still going today.
Nominations for the awards have opened, with club members able submit their selections for various categories over the summer period.