The third-year international business student made his Leinster debut in January.
Despite my lack of skill, there’s just something about stepping out onto that hallowed turf that just has me coming back for more, writes John Keenan.
Some of my fondest college memories have happened serendipitously, not least my taking up this underappreciated sport, writes Conor Kelly.
The third-year international business student made his Leinster debut in January, and will don the blue jersey again this weekend.
DUHAC hosted this year's cross-country championships to celebrate a 150 years of athletics in Trinity.
The pool was closed for essential maintenance and tile repair work.
Trinity were 2-1 winners over NUIG in Maynooth, 25-20, 19-25 and 26-24.
Storm Dudley made landfall in Ireland on Wednesday afternoon and its presence was to be the defining factor of the quarter-final of the tournament.
The Meteors secured the 68-55 victory at home after regaining dominance in the final quarter.
A 1-0 victory at home has secured Trinity a place the in quarter final of the competition.