Trinity 11pts – UCD 10pts; April 5th 2018. What a night! Trinity brought the Colours Jug back to College Park with a massive effort to beat their Belfield rivals, in a game that doubled as the 66th ‘Colours’ Match and a very important home game in the All Ireland League Division1A. This game was always
The Festival of Colours Rugby takes place this week. It has garnered much attention in national media, including the42.ie and the Irish Times. Here are the links: http://www.the42.ie/ucd-trinity-colours-match-3935050-Apr2018/ https://www.irishtimes.com/sport/rugby/european-cup/all-in-the-scrum-toulon-s-mathieu-bastareaud-honest-in-defeat-1.3448078 The Festival kicks off in UCD with the Junior Colours taking place tonight, Tuesday 3rd April, at 7:30pm. Then on Wednesday 4th April the Women’s Colours
It has been announced by the IRFU that all Ulster Bank League fixtures this weekend have been postponed due to the adverse weather conditions. This includes DUFC’s match against Young Munster in College Park. The re-fix date has not yet been announced.
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
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
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
The First XV travel down to Dooradoyle in Limerick to face Garryowen in the first UBL Division 1A game for three weeks. Although missing a few players due to the Under 20 Six Nations, this is still a very exciting Trinity side who will look to do a job down in Munster.
There are plenty of DUFC fixtures to enjoy this weekend. The First XV face Garryowen in Limerick at 2:30pm on Saturday. The 3rds face Clontarf tomorrow away at 10:30am. The Under 20 Premier Team face Terenure in College Park at 2:30pm on Sunday. The Under 20 Premier 2 Team face Greystones away at 2:30pm on Sunday. The
Head Coach Noel McNamara has selected four D.U.F.C. players in his 32-man squad for the upcoming Under 20 6 Nations Championship. Trinity Rugby has more players in the squad than any other club. This proves that D.U.F.C. is capable of attracting and nurturing top rugby talent. Michael Silvester, in his second year in Trinity, returns
Trinity 25pts – St Marys College 10pts Trinity brought in 2018 with their first home win of the season when they completed their first ‘double’ of the season over their close rivals from Templeville road. In the past two seasons the two clubs have been beating each other and competing for the same honours albeit