Despite being pegged back four times, Trinity's hockey players secured a first league win of the season with a 5-4 victory over Dublin North.
A 25-8 win over a struggling Terenure side last night puts Tony Smeeth's side third in Division 1A of the Ulster Bank League.
A second consecutive 5-2 win for DUAFC puts them second in Division 1A of the Leinster Senior League.
Having played a key role in DUCAC's administration, former Senior Treasurer Brian Ó Ruairc is well placed to analyse the body's current woes.
Trinity's hurlers came unstuck 1-18 to 0-17 against DIT in Santry last night, with a 10-point deficit at the break ultimately proving insurmountable.
Eight members of Trinity's athletics club competed in this weekend's Dublin Marathon, with Rory Burke finishing with the club's fastest time.
DUFC's Eva Melly claimed a bronze medal in Blanchardstown at the weekend, with several of the club's other fencers also impressing.
After a run of defeats, Trinity's footballers came away with an emphatic 5-2 win away to Dunboyne on Sunday afternoon.
After heading into the tournament with high ambitions, Trinity failed to progress past the group stages of intervarsities at the weekend.
Trinity Sport awarded four more scholarships this year, with DUFC dominating the list.