Dublin University Ladies Hockey Club continued its unbeaten streak yesterday, placing them close to untouchable at the top of the league.
DUFC's Jack Kelly, Colm Hogan and Charlie Connolly all shone in Ireland's defeat to Wales yesterday.
DUFC defeated the Young Munster side, who were tipped to win, 15-12 in Limerick earlier today.
The day’s festivities will be officially opened by GAA President, Aodhán Ó Fearghail, as well as a game between Trinity and the Dublin senior team.
Trinity defeated Tralee IT 2-14 to 1-8 on to win the All-Ireland Division Two Fresher Championship, following their success in the league earlier in the year.
DU Fencing Club have won 40 out of the past 63 intervarsity tournaments.
Dublin University Harriers and Athletics Club men’s and women’s team’s narrowly missed out on medals at cross country Intervarsities over the weekend after a strong performance across the board.
The Equestrian Club enjoyed a very successful trip to Queen’s University Belfast this weekend, winning best college overall for the first time in over five years.
Trinity's rugby team saw off the visitors from Limerick 19-3 on a sodden College Park pitch, in a game where they always looked in control.
DUFC Women were denied the Division Four league cup in a bruising encounter against Wanderers on a soaking Saturday afternoon.