Trinity 13pts- Clontarf 17pts; December 9th 2017 Trinity had to face powerhouse Clontarf for the second time in a week. Playing Clontarf is always a massive physical encounter, so to play them twice in a week was always going to be a tough challenge. Last week Trinity proved they could go close by losing
Clontarf 29pts – Trinity 24pts – December 2nd 2017 Trinity travelled to Castle Avenue, the scene of many hard losses in recent times. Things look set for the Home team to put the Students to the sword on a treacle like pitch on the North side. The visitors managed to push their rivals close before
Trinity have a strong side selected for tomorrow’s UBL clash with Clontarf at Castle Avenue. All support, as always, is strongly encouraged.
Trinity’s First XV face Clontarf away in Castle Avenue on Saturday at 2:30pm in an Ulster Bank League Division 1A match. Trinity’s 3rds face Barnhall at 12:30pm in Santry. The 4ths make it a Santry double-header as they host AIB at 2pm. On Sunday the Under 20 Premier Team face St Mary’s in College Park
Dublin University 28 Garryowen 37 – 25th November 2017. College Park Munster Academy winger Liam Coombes had a big impact on proceedings GARRYOWEN CLIMBED into second place in Ulster Bank League Division 1A thanks to a free-flowing 37-28 bonus point win over Dublin University at College Park. Trinity made the early running in cold and
Congratulations to Max on his return to a Scottish 7s contract. This raises the prospect of Max and current D.U.F.C. player Bryan Mollen and Irish 7s winger facing each other in international 7s rugby. McFarland went to Clongowes Wood College and the 24-year old has represented Ireland at all age grade levels up to and
DUFC took part in this year’s IRFU Give it a Try competition, which was an initiative to promote the women’s game in universities following Ireland’s hosting of the World Cup. It was a 7s tournament with all teams made up of freshman players. Trinity have recruited very well this season and had a strong group
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
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!!!!