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“The Players are Mad Keen for It”: Paddy Christie and the Future of Trinity GAA

The former Dublin captain is waiting to see if he’ll be kept on by Trinity as manager for another year.
By Cormac Watson
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Just Hands and A Wall: The Unlikely Success of GAA’s Hidden Gem

Ciara Mahon, a Trinity handball sports scholar, and Lisa McKenna, the current club captain, are two players at the forefront of the Trinity Handball’s transformation.
By Jake O’Donnell
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DUFC VS Terenure College RFC

Live updates from College Park as DUFC fight to ensure survival in Ireland's top club league.
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Momentum, Momentum, Momentum: Trinity GAA’s Year in Review

From football to camogie, if the progress seen this year continues, the growth of Trinity GAA should be even greater next year.
By Cormac Watson
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DUFC Lose to UCD 32-19 Hours Before Trinity Ball

University College Dublin beat Trinity in the annual colours match in the UCD Bowl.
By Joe Horan
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DUFC Women Lose Colours, Despite Strong and Technical Second Half

DUFC were beaten by UCD 22-10 at the UCD Bowl on Friday afternoon.
By Róisín Power
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Encouraging Education Through Sport: Trinity Hosts Sadlier and Shamrock Rovers

Today in the global room, former Irish Internationals helped launch a new programme helping to keep young soccer players from DEIS schools engaged in their education.
By Jake O'Donnell
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After Six Years of Deficits, DUCAC Accounts Dwindle by Over 90%

The governing body of student sport in Trinity has ran a combined deficit of €320,000 over the last six years.
By Jake O'Donnell
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Clubs and Players Honoured at Annual Sports Awards

Trinity’s Hurlers take home three awards after a fantastic season while the Ladies Hockey Club won two, and Dublin University Fencing Club won club of the year.
By Cormac Watson and Donal MacNamee
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DU Ladies Hockey Club Toasts Two New Pink Recipients

For the first time in 17 years, two members of DULHC, Clíona McCullough and Anna May Whelan, were announced recipients of the highest accolade a Trinity athlete can receive from the College.
By Donal MacNamee