Lansdowne U20s 24pts – Trinity U20s 39pts. 15th April 2018. Saturday was a busy day for the club. When the 1st XV game finished in Terenure with the 1st XV going down 50-12 to an excellent home team in what was a ‘dead rubber’ AIL game for the Students, Trinity supporters jumped into their cars
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
Thanks to all players who are committed to play over the Easter weekend. If you are free please consider giving them support. Santry 12.30pm Saturday 3rd XV v DLSP (important league decider match) College Park 3pm Saturday 2nd XV v St Marys (important JI relegation play-off match) Belfield 3pm Saturday U20 Premier XV v UCD
It is fantastic to see the42 covering AIL rugby and Angus in particular. Here is a link to the interview with him: http://www.the42.ie/angus-lloyd-munster-ulster-3929343-Mar2018/?utm_source=twitter_short
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.
DUFC 51 – 5 Wexford Wanderers DUFC’s Women’s Team entered their final match of the Leinster League Division 3 season needing a win to escape bottom position and move up to seventh in the table. They achieved this aim in emphatic style beating a Wexford Wanderers side 51-5. The improvement in the team through the
Congratulations to the four DUFC players who have been selected in the Irish Universities Squad. Michael Courtney, Rowan Osborne, James Bollard and Sam Pim have all been chosen as part of the 24-strong squad which travels to Scotland in just under a fortnight’s time. They face Scotland Students in Edinburgh at 1:30pm on Sunday 11th