Over the course of Friday and Saturday, Trinity’s hurlers first edged past IT Tralee in a tense semi-final before a rampant 3-16 to 0-7 display against Queen’s University Belfast saw the defending champions retain their title.
The team was knocked out of the All-Ireland Cup by a score of 82-49.
Neil Dee talks to the Trinity student who won the 2015 Motorsport Young Racing Driver of the Year Award about his promising motorsport career
Following an eye-catching social media campaign, Trinity Ladies Cricket are seeking to regrow their club and get girls involved in sport at Trinity.
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.
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.
In their first ever O’Connor Cup fixture, Trinity Ladies GAA were overpowered 7-15 to 0-4 by NUI Galway
The new space is over five times larger than the old Luce Hall facility, and equipped with its own showers and changing rooms.
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.
The defeat is their third loss in a row, with the team yet to win a league game this year.