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With 65 Sports Scholarships Announced, 50% Increase in Female Recipients

Trinity's Department of Sport announced the scholars tonight at the annual award ceremony in the Atrium.
By Sarah Ledden
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Running, Representing and Resurrecting Trinity Triathlon

Niall McVeigh, Captain of the Trinity Triathlon Club, has qualified to compete in the World and European Triathlon Championships in 2016.
By Sarah Ledden
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DUFC Seconds Move to Top of Table with Win

They beat St. Mary's College 21-5 at College Park on Monday.
By Ciarán McKenna
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DU Archery Club Officially Recognized by DUCAC

After almost three years of meeting with DUCAC, the Dublin University Archery Club has been officially recognized as a Sports Club.
By Pamela Avila
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Is the Rugby World Cup a Real Contest of World Rugby?

World rugby still has a long way to go before it can attest to truly being a global game.
By Ross Mullen
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The Distribution of Sports Scholarships is Not as Unequal as You’d Expect

A recent Sunday Independent poll reported that less than 25 per cent of Trinity's sports scholarships went to women last year, but this ignores the nuances of the situation.
By Sarah Ledden
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DUFC Take Home Conroy Cup and Dudley Cup at Irish University Rugby Union’s Festival of Rugby

Trinity's rugby team have won the Conroy Cup for the third time in a row.
By Sarah Ledden
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Trinity Ladies Basketball Beat UCD in First League Match

The team built an early lead and held on to win 82-70.
By Sarah Ledden
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DU Handball Win One Gold and Three Silver Medals at Intervarsities

The weekend's result demonstrates the club is building on its success over the last few years.
By Ciaran Sunderland
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With 49 Sports Teams in Trinity, Why You Should Join One

A sense of belonging, a work/play balance and transferable skills are just some of the reasons to join a sports club this year.
By Aisling McGowan