The side will now go by the Trinity Women's Football Club, or more commonly Trinity Women's Soccer.
They may look like little figures perched cosily in the back of a boat, but for Trinity's rowing clubs, coxes are crucial.
DUAFC captain Ronan Hanaphy took home the match ball last night, as Trinity's footballers cruised to the top of the table with a 5-0 win.
Trinity’s fencers won medals of all colours at the weekend.
Seán Owens and Tom Pywell competed for Dublin University Cycling Club at the weekend, with Pywell emerging unscathed after a collision.
After a difficult first half, DUAFC hit back strongly to claim a second win in two games.
After bowing out of the Sigerson last season, Trinity GAA will be hoping that they can thrive once again in the Trench Cup.
A Trinity side packed with new faces succumbed to a 31-7 defeat in College Park last night.
Conor McDermottroe, a member of Trinity's rifle club, competed in the 50-metre prone event in South Korea.
In the inaugural Ronnie Coates memorial race, Trinity student Seán Owens finished first.