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Kung Fu Fighting From China to Drumcondra

Ellen Ince speaks to second-year world religions student and martial arts expert Ben Pignatelli about his year training in China and how it inspired him to open his own kung fu club.
By Ellen Ince
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Score line Harsh on Trinity Hurlers as Waterford Pull Away Late in Fitzgibbon Cup Game

A game under stormy conditions in Santry saw Trinity's hurlers finish with a 4-15 to 1-8 loss.
By Matthew Murphy
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Best of Enemies: When Two Friends Fight it Out for Charity

The University Times's own Dillon Hennessy fought friend and S2S fighter Jacques Feehan on Tuesday night at the SUAS Rumble in the Jungle.
By Will Heseltine
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Trinity’s Camogie Team Lose out to Strong Maynooth Side in Purcell Cup Tie

Maynooth defeated trinity 6-10 to 1-4 on a windy night in Kildare.
By Cormac Watson
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Trinity Barbell Achieve Lift Off at Irish Powerlifting Federation Leinster Open

Currently a provisional club, Trinity Barbell is moving quickly towards success, putting a huge emphasis on inclusivity.
By Ellen McLean
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After an Unsuccessful Three Months, DUAFC Sack Manager

Adam Firych will leave the club alongside his assistant manager after an eight-game winless streak.
By Dillon Hennessy and Alex Peters
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DUFC Suffer Defeat to Dominant Clontarf Side, Losing 29-0

DUFC lost 29-0 to Clontarf yesterday evening in College Park in a disappointing start to the new year.
By Joe Horan
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Trinity GAA Will Hope to Bounce Back from Sigerson and Fitzgibbon Cup Defeats

Trinity’s hurling team lost out to LIT in their Fitzgibbon Cup debut, before the senior footballers fell to NUIG the following day in the Sigerson Cup.
By Cormac Watson and Matthew Murphy
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Three Trinity Students Called Up to Ireland Squad for Under-20 Six Nations

Fullback and Outside Centre as well as Trinity Sport scholar Jack Kelly will captain the side, with fullback and wing Colm Hogan and prop Charlie Connolly also included.
By Alex Peters
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Trinity Women’s Basketball Lose Out to Jordanstown

The Trinity Women’s Basketball team fell to a powerful Ulster University Jordanstown side on Friday, losing 80-61 in a game that got away from the hosts in the third quarter.
By Will Heseltine