The victory earns Trinity four points out of a possible six in their first two games of the College and Universities Football League.
DUFC continued their early-season good form with an impressive 50 points to 0 victory over hosts Cambridge University on Monday evening.
Strong performances from Ciara Mahon and Roisin Meehan claimed gold for Trinity, while Mahon and Lisa McKenna took home silver in the Ladies Open A Doubles Final.
Dublin University Lawn Tennis Club finished fourth in the tournament, held in the world-renowned Monte Carlo Country Club.
Yesterday, on a converted pitch at the cricket ground, a blistering start from NCI set them up for a 6-3 win against DUAFC in the home side's first outing this season.
Dublin University Football Club’s (DUFC) Women’s team suffered two defensive lapses that left them just short of avenging last year's late colours defeat in a frantic 12 -12 draw.
Resigning over the actions of the Department of Sport, Adrian Fitzpatrick held the coaching license of Europe's elite, and Trinity is unlikely to attract someone similar.
Over frustration with the Department of Sport, a manager and the captain of the team have resigned, citing broken promises over funding and facilities.
The win, secured in a nail-biting finish, moves the team into second place going forward in Division 1A of the Ulster Bank League.
Will Heseltine on bonding with people from all over the world in Dublin through sport, and the challenges that come with watching hockey in a different timezone.