The final of the Leinster Senior Cup awaits Trinity’s rugby players after they saw off Old Wesley 44-24 in Donnybrook.
Trinity’s gaelic footballers narrowly lost out 0-16 to 2-09 to Letterkenny in their opening Trench Cup fixture.
This will be Djougang's first time playing for Ireland in rugby union.
Teams from all over the world travelled to Trinity to for a competition set up in honour of former Olympian and Trinity alumnus Patrick Duffy.
Trinity's hockey players emerged 4-2 winners in an entertaining encounter against Rathgar yesterday afternoon.
DUFC claimed a remarkable 29-21 victory over a high-flying Clontarf side this afternoon in College Park.
Trinity’s footballers are planning to appeal to the FAI for a replay, after exiting the Collingwood Cup in contentious circumstances.
A strong IT Carlow triumphed 0-24 to 1-08 over Trinity's senior hurlers last night in Santry.
On a bitter night in Santry, Trinity camogie secured a win in the first round of the championship, seeing off St Mary's 3-09 to 1-07.
Dunne was named on the bench for Leinster's senior squad, who will be taking on Scarlets this weekend.