An inaugural Sports Ball and a significant increase in Sports Centre usage were among the other key features of the evening.
Trinity survived a second-half NUIG resurgence to start their season with a win, in a game where sisters Dayna and Hazel Finn first faced each other on the court
Five-star performance sees DUAFC take all 3 points in their league fixture against Sheriff YC.
The side, coached by Trinity alumnus Ed Joyce, secured its spot by beating Zimbabwe in the semi-final of the qualifier tournament in Abu Dhabi.
The historic encounter was the first ever meeting between the two ladies rugby teams.
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.
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.
Fourth-year Geoscience student Méabh Deely discusses playing for her country, women’s rugby, and Electric Picnic.
The Olympic medalist will race the W4- this week from September 18th to 25th in Račice, Czech Republic.
The student athletes play the first of their games against Bangladesh in the UAE on 18 September.