Trinity’s Hurlers take home three awards after a fantastic season while the Ladies Hockey Club won two, and Dublin University Fencing Club won club of the year.
For the first time in 17 years, two members of DULHC, Clíona McCullough and Anna May Whelan, were announced recipients of the highest accolade a Trinity athlete can receive from the College.
DUSC added to their momentum by winning Colours 2017 with a brilliant display against UCD in Grand Canal Dock.
In the final event of Trinity's Health and Sports Week, the former Ireland captain opened up about the nation's wellbeing and Ireland's prospects for the world cup.
Trinity showed why they are among the most dominant university club in the country, after their fourth Colours victory in a row.
Former Olympic athlete and two-time European Indoor Champion David Gillick talks motivation and inspiration as part of Health and Sport week.
With Health and Sports Week in full swing, Cork All-Star and Ireland’s fittest family mentor, Anna Geary, talked leadership, women in sport and motivation.
Mark McGauran and David Lynch, instructors with Trinity Sport, gave a talk on the four pillars of fitness, as part of Health and Sports week,
Dublin University Archery Club is enjoying its first year as an official DUCAC-affiliated club, officially representing Trinity and growing in size.
In a massive early season performance, Trinity managed to respond from an opening day loss with an impressive and balanced performance Sunday.