Trinity failed to make it three league wins in a row on Saturday against fellow mid-table side Rathgar.
The squads, which were announced this week, feature eight Trinity players overall for the men's and women's teams.
This weekend marked an 11th consecutive varsities win for Trinity’s fencers, after a superb weekend in which the side won every match.
DU Ladies Hockey secured a vital 2-0 victory in Santry yesterday, only the side’s second of this year’s EYHL campaign.
O’Sullivan broke her own – and the country's – deadlifting record yesterday, though it will not be recognised officially, as the tournament was an Open.
With the remnants of Storm Emma still visible in places on the track, DUHAC’s athletes gave a solid account of themselves.
An entertaining game ended in heartbreak for DU Ladies AFC, as UCD grabbed a late winner.
It was a seventh league defeat in eight for Trinity men’s basketball team last night.
Trinity graduate Mark Kenneally talks running, College – and how his time in Trinity pushed him to Olympic fame.
Despite a burgeoning international career, DUFC's Michael Silvester is keeping both feet firmly on the ground.