The coronavirus has wreaked havoc with sport in Ireland, with the government majorly restricting game time teams can get in.
Peamount United were beaten by Glasgow City 6-5 on penalties in a nail bitingly close game.
The programme, called “Mind, Body, Boost”, aims to help students in need of physical and mental health support.
The pandemic has hit sports clubs hard as they struggle to increase membership while playing their sport is banned.
The drop in scholarships was particularly stark for DUFC, down to six from 34 last year.
The pandemic forced the rowers off the water – but they are trying to remain buoyant.
DUFC's season has been halted due to coronavirus restrictions.
The Sports Centre was Trinity’s main casualty in the government’s new level-five restrictions announced yesterday, with the rest of College remaining largely unaffected.
Iseult O’Donnell won gold in the 800m and silver in the 1,500m at the National Track and Field Championships this year, shocking the athletics community.
A handful of clubs – considered elite by the College – had previously been allowed to continue their season despite coronavirus restrictions.