• LegBuccsAction TRINITY EDGE BIG GAME! (2/19/2018)Trinity 21pts – Buccaneers 17pts; February 17th 2018 Trinity climbed out of the bottom two with a determined 21-17 come-back victory over Buccaneers on a beautiful early spring day in College Park on Saturday. Buccaneers burst out of the traps at the city centre venue with two early tries. An interception and a bout of

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  • Buccs Home Fixtures this Weekend (2/16/2018)In a big weekend for DUFC, the First XV host Buccaneers in a hugely important UBL Division 1A clash in College Park at 2:30pm on Saturday. The squad for the match is pictured above. The 3rds are away to Guinness in the Iveagh Grounds at 3:00pm on Saturday. The 4ths host Clontarf in Santry at

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  • Garryowen action TRINITY HAVE TOUGH WEEK! (2/12/2018)Garryowen 52pts – Trinity 20pts; February 10th 2018 Trinity 1st XV experienced one of their most difficult weeks in recent times, when they travelled to Munster to play the top two clubs (Garryowen and Cork Con) in the province. The Students shipped two heavy losses. Saturday’s game v Garryowen, despite the score-line, was a vast

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  • Tarf Action TRINITY GO CLOSE IN CLONTARF (12/4/2017)Clontarf 29pts – Trinity 24pts – December 2nd 2017 Trinity travelled to Castle Avenue, the scene of many hard losses in recent times. Things look set for the Home team to put the Students to the sword on a treacle like pitch on the North side. The visitors managed to push their rivals close before

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  • Fixtures this Weekend – 02/12/2017 (12/1/2017)Trinity’s First XV face Clontarf away in Castle Avenue on Saturday at 2:30pm in an Ulster Bank League Division 1A match. Trinity’s 3rds face Barnhall at 12:30pm in Santry. The 4ths make it a Santry double-header as they host AIB at 2pm. On Sunday the Under 20 Premier Team face St Mary’s in College Park

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  • Mary's Match TRINITY DIG OUT WIN IN THE RAIN! (11/13/2017)St Marys 15pts – Trinity 18pts; November 10th 2017 Trinity made the short trip to Templeville Road to play rivals St Mary’s with 5 ex Trinity players in their ranks. The two clubs have been joined at the hip in their rivalry in the past three years. This game was no different with the teams

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  • Con Action Shot CORK CON WIN EASILY! (11/6/2017)Trinity 3pts Cork Con 28pts After two wins on the road in Limerick and Athlone, Trinity turned in a disappointing performance in College Park on Saturday on a lovely, sunny Autumn’s day. All Ireland Club Champions Cork Constitution came out of the gate flying and put the students to the sword and effectively had the

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  • BUCCS shot FIRSTS WIN IN BUCCANEERS & 20s BEAT UCD (10/31/2017)TRINITY WIN IN BUCCANEERS! Trinity travelled to Dubarry Park, Athlone on Saturday and came away with their 2nd away All Ireland league win in succession. Trinity started quite strong, but struggled to really press home their advantage. In fact it was Buccaneers who scored first with a penalty. The first half scores were all from

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  • Fixtures this Weekend (10/27/2017)The First XV are back in All Ireland League action as they face Buccaneers away in Dubarry Park in Athlone on Saturday. Kick-off is at 2:30pm. The Under 20s Premier side have a huge game against arch-rivals UCD on Sunday in College Park. Kick-off is at 3pm. The Under 20s Pennant face Old Belvedere away

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  • Conroy 1 TRINITY WIN CONROY CUP FOR FOURTH TIME IN A ROW! (10/23/2017)With the Senior 1st XV off for the weekend, it was time to focus the rest of the club. First up was the U20s who took the short trip to Terenure College RFC to play in the Inter-Varsities ‘Conroy Cup’. Trinity had won the past three ‘Conroy Cups’. There was a bit of an anti

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  • Fixtures this Weekend (10/20/2017)This may be a weekend off for the Firsts but there is still plenty of DUFC rugby to see. The Under 20s take part in the Conroy Cup on Saturday, where they will take on their University rivals in Terenure College RFC. It is a competition Trinity has had great success in in recent years, winning

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  • Ym Action TRINITY WIN AT YOUNG MUNSTER! (10/9/2017)Young Munster 17pts – Trinity 21pts; October 7th 2017 Trinity surprised everyone in Irish Rugby, when they achieved their first win of the season in Tom Clifford Park, Limerick. This was the students’ first visit of the season to rugby mad Munster. Trinity was given very little hope by everyone on social media, but the

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  • img_0728.jpg Junior 3rds Colours Matcgday Squad  (4/4/2017)The DUFC Junior 3rds will play their Colours match tomorrow April 5th at 8 PM (2000 hours) in College Park. There will be postmatch food in the Pav for sale as part of the team’s season celebration. We need everyone we can to support the team so come early, be loud, and cheer Trinity to

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  • img_0468.jpg TRINITY STRIDES TO VICTORY IN SUPER SUNDAY DOUBLE!! (3/27/2017)J1s get promotion back to Metro 1! U20s come back from 15-0 down to win Frazer McCullen All Ireland quarter final!   Every season we have a weekend where the season comes to a climax for one or more teams.  Today’s Super Sunday was a smash for the two back up teams for Trinity. Another

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  • 10995554_956374751063763_2494878306056472708_n 3rd XV SNATCH LAST MINUTE VICTORY (10/15/2015)Trinity 10 – 9 Wanderers It’s becoming quite the habit for this side, as Trinity again left it to the last kick of the game to snatch their first J3 league victory of the season. It was Wanderers however that started the brighter of the two sides and found themselves camped out in Trinity’s 22

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Dublin University Football Club is the oldest club in the world in continuous existence. Football, which may have come to Ireland from Britain, was originally a peasant pastime based on the parish or village. It was unregulated and violent, and fatal accidents occurred during matches with alarming frequency. One challenge between neighbouring villages in Co. Derry read, ‘for the Late Sleepers to come over on [a certain Sunday] and kick the Early Risers’ - See more

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