Trinity’s ladies hockey team finished the first day of the tournament with a draw and a defeat, while the men’s side overcame hosts DIT.
Whilst improvements have been made, Trinity still lags behind in university sport.
Neither of Trinity's teams managed to secure victory during the week, being overcome by Sutton and Fitzwilliam respectively.
Trinity Hurlers made it three wins from three in Santry last night, emerging 3-21 to 1-17 winners over Ulster University Jordanstown.
DUFC Women were soundly beaten yesterday, making it three successive defeats in the SSI league after a 71-0 drubbing
18 sports are represented on this year’s scholarship list, with DU Ladies Hockey claiming seven places.
On a rainy evening in Santry, Trinity’s footballers suffered the team's third defeat of the league campaign.
DURC’s Siobhan Scarlett shot to a new Irish finals record at the weekend, competing in the 25-yard prone discipline
DULAFC saw off a worthy DCU side to continue their winning start to this year’s Division One campaign.
Susie Osborne travelled to Switzerland at the weekend to compete for Ireland in dressage and showjumping.