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
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
DUFC will be hosting a pub quiz downstairs in Kennedy’s on Wednesday 15th November at 8pm in the lead-up to the Red and Black Ball. Teams will be on tables of 4-5 people so get onto your knowledgeable mates before they’re snapped up. It will cost €5 a head. There will be platters of food
AIL 1A rugby returns to College Park this Saturday at 2:30pm. Billy O’Hora comes into an otherwise unchanged side. It promises to be a great encounter. All support strongly encouraged!!!!
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
The First XV return to All Ireland League Division 1A action this Saturday with a trip to Athlone to face Buccaneers. This is a crucial fixture. A win would position Trinity nicely in mid-table. A defeat and DUFC will be nearer the bottom of the table. Seb Fromm and Patrick Finlay make welcome returns to
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
Trinity 36pts – Cambridge University 10pts; October 14th 2017 Trinity hosted Cambridge University in a ‘balmy’ College Park on Saturday in what was the 140th Anniversary of games between these iconic Universities. Trinity made nine changes some enforced, and some on rotation from their impressive win in Young Munster last weekend. This was a welcome
There are good ships, there are wood ships, there are ships that sail the sea, but the best ships are friendships,and may they always be. (Irish Proverb) D.U.F.C. entertained Cambridge University in College Park on Saturday and celebrated the 140th anniversary of one of the oldest friendships in world rugby and one of the oldest
A busy week of University Rugby lies ahead as various DUFC teams take part in their intervarsity competitions. Best off luck to all involved! Don’t forget that the First XV face Cambridge in College Park on Saturday 14th October at 3pm.