D.U.F.C. / Trinity Rugby – “a unique University rugby experience” OPPORTUNITY – 1ST XV MANAGER In essence, the role is a support one but will provide the needed professional back-up to our 1st XV squad and coaches on match days and at training as they meet the challenge of All Ireland League 1A competition.
APPOINTMENT OF STUDENT OFFICERS – SEASON 2016/17 Dublin University Football Club (“D.U.F.C.”) is the oldest rugby club in the world in continuous existence and the home of “Trinity Rugby”. It competes in the All Ireland League 1A, fields 7 teams (6 mens and 1 ladies) and has a strategic objective of maintaining its status as
PROMOTION TO AIL 1A PLAY-OFF SEMI FINAL v BALLYMENA RFC THIS SATURDAY, APRIL 23 KO 2.30PM COLLEGE PARK PLEASE COME AND SUPPORT ** CASUAL LUNCH IN PAV FROM 12.30pm** NO BOOKING REQUIRED
Tonight Trinity Sport acknowledges and honours the contribution of Tony Smeeth to the development of College rugby. Tony was born in England and educated at St Mary’s Church of England School in Puddletown, Dorset. He played rugby for St Mary’s Puddletown, Puddletown RFC, Exeter RFC and County rugby with Dorset and Wiltshire. Tony came to
Trinity 1st XV take on St. Mary’s College Friday April 1st in Templeville Road KO 7.30pm. Trinity need to win to stay in the hunt for automatic promotion. All Support Welcome. For those that can’t make the game it will be shown live on the Irish Rugby website. Please see below. #RollTideRoll Reproduced from irishrugby.ie
The Pre Colours meal starts with drinks at 5pm for dinner at 5.30pm in the dining hall (not the Pav)! This is a ticket only event and is SOLD OUT!!!
WEDNESDAY 23 MARCH, 2016 3PM Womens’ Colours match, College Park 5PM for 5.30PM Colours “Lunch”, Commons Dining Hall7.30PM Mens Colours Match, College ParkAfter match Pavilion entrance by invitation only Lincolns’ Inn
Those of us fortunate enough to enter Trinity in 1979 were met at an early session by a large moustached youth in a Munster school’s jersey. Although we weren’t to know it at the time, we would spend a considerable amount of time with him on and off the pitch during the next few years
Congratulations to Senior Freshman James Bollard on his selection for the Irish U20s Six Nations Squad 2016. He’s been a key member of the Under 20 Premier squad for the past season and half and the call up is thoroughly deserved.
Congratulations to Angus Lloyd, Conor Kearns, Jack McDermott and Brian du Toit on their selection for the Irish Clubs XV – well merited for some fantastic rugby this season. This is the highest number of players D.U.F.C. has had recognised in this way and reflects not only the quality of rugby being produced by the whole