DUFC Women came unstuck in a cup final for the second time this season, losing out 24-5 to Port Dara Falcons in Donnybrook.
After finishing the season with seven medals, Trinity's Archery Club now aim to make their club as inclusive and welcoming as possible.
DUFC's under-20s became the first side since 2012 to claim consecutive wins in the Fraser-McMullen Cup.
Lansdowne proved too strong for a second-string DUFC side, lifting the Leinster League trophy after a 49-22 win.
DUFC will compete in the Paul Cusack final after defeating Barnhall 22-15 in College Park.
Following the win in College Park, a semi-final against Cork Constitution in two weeks awaits DUFC.
Trinity's hockey are two victories away from an immediate return to the top tier of Irish club hockey.
Breen's match-day coverage on Trinity GAA's Twitter is a far cry from your average, blow-by-blow account.
Hockey supremo Issy Delamer talks hard work, intense international duty and an exciting end to the season for DULHC.
An 18-12 win for Trinity's rugby players in the Belfield Bowl means a historic AIL semi-final is all but secured.