The dinner will again take place in the Commons Dining Hall about which Nigel Owens opined last September “do you know, I spoke in the Long Room at Lords this week and its nothing compared to this.” Black Tie €60pp 6.30pm Drinks in the Atrium 7pm Dinner in the “Commons” Dining Hall Guest Speaker: Benny
We are delighted to be hosting the Hurling Club of Buenos Aires this weekend. It is a party of 2 teams and 80 supporters! There are 2 matches on Friday 24 February, the first at 5pm and the second at 7pm – both in College Park, weather permitting. Hurling Club, usually just Hurling, is located
Lansdowne 45pts Trinity 3pts – February 18th 2017 Trinity travelled the short distance to Lansdowne Road to play the top club side in the country. In a game where they were massive underdogs, they started poorly and let the home team score three tries to a penalty from out half Jack McDermott. Trinity did not
TRINITY BACK TO WINNING WAYS! Trinity 26pts Old Belvedere 15pts – February 10th 2017 Trinity hosted local rivals Old Belvedere in College Park on Friday night. The Students who defeated the Anglesea road club in November 27-7 were made to struggle for long parts of this game, but in the end they ran out convincing
CORK CON TAKE THE SPOILS AGAIN! Cork Con 19pts, Trinity 3pts; February 4th 2017 Trinity travelled to Temple Hill Cork on Saturday, and even though they put in a much-improved performance they did not come away with any points against the well-drilled home team who completed the double over the Dublin based University. Trinity dominated
TRINITY FALL TO MCGRATH! Saturday 28th January 2017; D.U.F.C. v Clontarf RFC Trinity played their second game in a 7 weeks against All Ireland Champions Clontarf in College Park on Saturday, but unfortunately for the students the result was roughly the same. The Performance was better but in the end the Hosts fail to four
TOUGH DAY! Lansdowne 51pts – Trinity 7pts. 21st January 2017; Leinster Senior Cup; Trinity had a rude awakening yesterday in this Leinster Senior Cup Semi Final, on the back pitch of the Aviva Stadium, when they played a strong running and physical Lansdowne. Trinity actually started the game well and dominated the opening 20 minutes.
The “Your Club Your Country” Draw enters its 5th year having raised over €1.8million for Clubs by allowing EACH CLUB TO RETAIN 100% OF TICKETS SOLD. See HERE for Draw prizes and ticket purchase http://dufc.ie/product/irfu-your-club-your-country-draw/ or go to “Shop” tab at the top of the Home page and click “Events” PLEASE SUPPORT YOUR CLUB…