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
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
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.
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
DUFC’s First XV travel on Saturday to Limerick to face the always tough Young Munster. Dan Sheehan and Joe Byrne come into the front-row while Raef Tyrell returns from a hiatus at lock. Niall O’Riordan gets his first Ulster Bank League start this season at Number 8, from where he will be hoping to do
Trinity 12pts – Lansdowne 52pts Trinity were well beaten on Saturday at a sunny College Park. The Students were never really in it, as they fell behind early and never looked like getting back into the game. After the first 20 minutes Trinity were more competitive, and created many opportunities with out finishing them off.
DUFC face a tough task in Round 3 of the Ulster Bank League Division 1A. Lansdowne, who are unbeaten in their opening two fixtures, come to College Park looking to repeat last year’s away victory. Trinity are looking to bounce back from last week’s defeat in UCD. It promises to be a physical and fast-paced
Trinity started this AIL encounter in Belfield Bowl in great form dominating the opening minutes, playing some of their best rugby. They scored a superb team try with captain Michael Courtney finishing off the movement after a kick through by out half James Fennelly. Off the restart Trinity undid all their good work by handing
D.U.F.C. 0 Terenure RFC 24 Saturday 16 September 2017 Terenure took the spoils on Saturday, exacting revenge for their loss at the same venue on April 16th. The Dublin 6 outfit were far too well organized for the Students at a very wet College Park on Saturday. The Trinity XV which featured 11 changes and
Trinity kick off the Ulster Bank League Division 1A season against Terenure College RFC this Saturday, 16th September. We hope to see as many supporters there as possible!!!