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Keelan Sexton: GAA Star and Trinity Postgraduate Seeking All-Ireland Crown for Clare

The Law and Finance student helped the Banner Men reach the Quarter Finals in June, but already has his sights trained on raising the bar again in 2023.
By Charlie Moody-Stuart
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Trinity Fencers Sharpen Knives in Preparation of Battle to Regain Intervarsity Title

DUFC’s record-equalling streak of 13 Intervarsity wins was slashed in April. With little time to lick their wounds, its members now embark on their quest to regain the crown jewels.
By Charlie Moody-Stuart
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Joy in Japan: Deely’s Delight at Ireland Debut

Fourth-year Geoscience student Méabh Deely discusses playing for her country, women’s rugby, and Electric Picnic.
By Charlie Moody-Stuart
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Trinity’s Aifric Keogh to Race at Rowing World Championships

The Olympic medalist will race the W4- this week from September 18th to 25th in Račice, Czech Republic.
By Charlie Moody-Stuart
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Trinity’s Leah Paul and Rebecca Stokell in Cricket Ireland squad for T20 World Cup Qualifiers

The student athletes play the first of their games against Bangladesh in the UAE on 18 September.
By Charlie Moody-Stuart
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DUFC players Joe McCarthy and Thomas Clarkson in Emerging Ireland Squad

The 35-man panel will tour in South Africa and includes only four capped players.
By Charlie Moody-Stuart
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50 Not Out: Trinity Cricketer Leah Paul Makes 50th Appearance for Ireland

Paul’s personal milestone came in yesterday's T20I win against Scotland.
By Charlie Moody-Stuart
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Trinity’s Méabh Deely to Start for Ireland in Second Test Against Japan

The full-back also started the first of two tests last weekend.
By Charlie Moody-Stuart
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Cricketer Leah Paul Wins Trinity Sportsperson of the Year

Paul plays for the Irish women’s team, having been capped 29 time internationally since making her debut in 2019.
By Seán Cahill
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Trinity Sport Announces Nominees for Annual Awards

The nominees for Sportsperson of the Year are Joe McCarthy, Luis Faria, Harry Sheridan, Anna Jones, Thomas Stevens and Leah Paul.
By David O’Connell