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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
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Intellectual Disability and Inclusion in Trinity’s Sport

Trinity's Centre of Inclusion and Intellectual Disability and the Department of Sport collaborate to offer opportunities and improve lives.
By Sarah Ledden
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Working with Leinster Rugby, Trinity Researchers Drive the Study of Concussion in Sport

An in-depth look at how the vital role Trinity researchers are playing in concussion research
By Neil Dee
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Despite Strong First Half, DUFC Women Lose 38-7

With a stalemate 0-0 at half-time, Galway broke away in the second half to win 38-7 in College Park.
By Sarah Ledden
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Blackrock Break Trinity Seconds’ Winning Streak

A dramatic game in College Park saw Trinity come from 12 points down to draw level with Blackrock, but a penalty in the closing minutes clinched a 23-20 win for the visitors.
By Ciarán McKenna
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Trinity Rugby Win a Stormer Against Shannon to Make it Seven in a Row

Max McFarland's hat-trick helped Trinity fend off Shannon and Storm Desmond in the All-Ireland League.
By Dillon Hennessy
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Trinity Hurling Lose Out in Division Two League Final

University of Ulster Jordanstown beat Trinity 5-14 to 0-9 to take the league title on Thursday.
By Dillon Hennessy
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Trinity Captain Mahon Wins Gold In Handball One-Wall Intervarsities

Trinity Handball reached the final stages in a number of events of the inaugural competition.
By Sarah Ledden
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Meet the Man Behind Trinity GAA’s Nationally Recognised Twitter Account

Jake O'Donnell profiles the Tweeteoir behind Trinity GAA's infamous Twitter account.
By Jake O'Donnell