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Trinity Sail to Victory in Irish University Sailing Association Northerns

Battling against the elements in Ballycastle, Dublin University Sailing Club (DUSC) performed well, with the firsts claiming victory in the gold fleet of the IUSA Northerns competition.
By Matthew Murphy
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DUFC Back to Winning Ways Against Old Belvedere

Dublin University Football Club (DUFC), Trinity’s rugby team, beat Old Belvedere 26 – 15 in the All Ireland League under the Friday night lights at College Park.
By Joe Horan
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DUAFC’s Past and the Present Collide at Harding Cup Opener

Trinity’s soccer team (DUAFC) lost 5-0 to Dublin City University at home, with Trinity's famous 1967 Collingwood Cup winning side in attendance.
By Cormac Watson
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Pinks in Training: Trinity’s Winners Explain What it Means to Win the Prestigious Award

The winners discuss what it takes to win a prestigious Pinks award, the highest accolade Trinity can bestow on athletes.
By Alex Peters and Jonathan Fischer
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Beginners on the Ball at Handball Intervarsities

Trinity Handball enjoyed an excellent outing at their third intervarsity event this year, winning one gold and two silver medals.
By Dillon Hennessy
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The Coach Taking Trinity’s Athletes from Strength to Strength

From rowing to hockey, rugby to hurling, Ross Hamilton is helping Trinity's sports scholars compete at the highest levels.
By Marcus Kelly
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Dublin University Table Tennis Club Host “Paddle at the Pav” Tournament

On Tuesday night the Pav saw a hotly contested feast of table tennis, with Nick Fenelon taking the spoils after besting Andrey Walter in a three-game final.
By Donal MacNamee
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Trinity’s Hurlers Bow out of Fitzgibbon Cup After Brave Performance Against DCU

Trinity lose to Dublin City University (DCU) 1-14 to 0-19 in Santry after a tough and hard fought game.
By Cormac Watson
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Dublin University Fencing Club: Inside a Winning Machine

DUFC holds the record for the most consecutive intervarsity titles and has won 39 of the last 60 intervarsity competitions, but camaraderie remains at its heart.
By Jonathan Fischer
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Camogie, Chaplins and Community: The Growing Success of Trinity Ladies GAA

A close-knit and successful outfit, the teams often don't receive enough attention, even as they grow in size and strength.
By Cormac Watson