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Jake Byrne, the Young Racing Driver of the Year

Neil Dee talks to the Trinity student who won the 2015 Motorsport Young Racing Driver of the Year Award about his promising motorsport career
By Neil Dee
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Wear Your Whites: The Rebirth of Trinity Ladies Cricket

Following an eye-catching social media campaign, Trinity Ladies Cricket are seeking to regrow their club and get girls involved in sport at Trinity.
By Sarah Ledden
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In a Six Nations With No Clear Favourite, Ireland Has All to Play for

Joe Horan looks at Ireland's chances ahead of the Six Nations, which starts today, as the team look for a third championship in a row.
By Joe Horan
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In Moral Victory, The University Times Trounces Trinity News in Annual Five-a-Side Match

In terms of gender balance, diversity, inclusion and equality, The University Times beat the lesser-known Trinity News this morning, despite 8–6 goal difference.
By Sinéad Loftus
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Trinity Ladies GAA Lose First O’Connor Cup Game to NUI Galway

In their first ever O’Connor Cup fixture, Trinity Ladies GAA were overpowered 7-15 to 0-4 by NUI Galway
By Sarah Ledden
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For Trinity Boxing, a New Gym in Grand Canal Dock

The new space is over five times larger than the old Luce Hall facility, and equipped with its own showers and changing rooms.
By Dillon Hennessy
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As Part of New Investments, Sports Department in Negotiations for New Off-Campus Facilities

Since the Sports Levy Referendum last April, College has made steps to expands its sports facilities, including Iveagh Grounds, new pitches in Santry and a planned expansion of the Sports Centre gym.
By Sarah Ledden
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Trinity Men’s Basketball Lose League Game against UCD 61-49

The defeat is their third loss in a row, with the team yet to win a league game this year.
By Sarah Ledden
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Trinity Sports Scholar Aisling Maher Talks About Balancing College, Club and County

Jake O'Donnell speaks to Trinity Sports Scholar and Dublin Young Camogie Player of the Year.
By Jake O'Donnell
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A Fight 14 Months in the Making

It took just 13 seconds for Conor McGregor to beat the best mixed martial artist on the planet and claim the UFC featherweight belt.
By Ciarán McKenna