Two wins in two days will provide grounds for optimism as the side seek to launch a title challenge.
Four members of DU Fencing Club competed for Ireland this weekend in Cardiff, with the country ultimately finishing fourth.
Richie Maguire’s men continued their good form with a 3-1 win over Leicester Celtic on Sunday to stay in touch with league leaders Mullingar.
George Dockrell, who has a long history with Trinity, has been dominating the Irish cricket scene for years.
Trinity’s archers are awaiting the results of two competitions.
Seb Fromm was called up to the German national rugby team this week, as one of a host of emergency replacements for the striking national side.
Trinity booked a much-coveted spot in the semi-finals of the Neville Cup after a pulsating game in Santry yesterday.
An excellent game of rugby ended in defeat for DUFC, as a powerful Garryowen side took the points in College Park.
Trinity’s golf clubs fell to defeat for the 50th year in a row, in a jovial encounter against Lahinch Golf Club’s Senior Team, in a match named after the recently deceased Peter Bunbury.
A bitterly cold night ended in disappointment for Trinity Camogie, with the side falling to a 4-9 to 1-10 defeat in the first round of the Purcell Cup.