In a bottom-of-the-table clash, Trinity's players were overcome by Greystones in Wicklow on Sunday.
DU Hockey suffered a second consecutive league loss on Saturday, denting the side's hopes of making the league playoffs.
Despite finishing with 13 players, Clontarf edged out DUFC 29-24 in a memorable encounter in Castle Avenue.
A club with a rich history, Dublin University Table Tennis Club have their focus fixed firmly on the future.
A 1–1 draw against NUI Galway on Tuesday ensured that Richie Maguire’s side will feature in the top tier of intercollegiate football next season.
Trinity GAA’s Senior Gaelic Football team battled hard but a two-point defeat to Athlone IT consigned them to relegation from Division One.
It was the team's first league title in over 10 years.
It was a torrid night for DUFC, as fellow Dubliners DCU romped to a 62–0 victory to leave Trinity bottom of the SSI League table.
DU Equestrian Club continue to contribute riders to the national team for a second consecutive year.
Trinity’s ladies volleyball team enjoyed a winning weekend, while the men saw their game handed to the opposition in contentious circumstances.