O’Sullivan successfully deadlifted the 157.5kg bar, narrowly beating the previous Irish record of 155kg for the junior weight class.
A clear day saw Trinity GAA Women’s Footballers suffer a tough defeat, 2-13 to 1-11, at the hands of Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) on Saturday, narrowly missing out on a place in the Giles Cup final on Sunday.
Despite a strong second-half comeback, DUFC's Women lost to Navan Rugby Football Club Ladies 22-37 at College Park.
On Sunday afternoon at the Air Lingus Sports Park, the Trinity College American Football team lost their season opener 21-19 against the University of Limerick’s UL Vikings.
On a sunny afternoon in Santry, a Dublin development side overcame Trinity GAA’s current and alumnus footballers after a day of underage blitz matches on Trinity GAA’s new pitch in Santry.
Trinity Sailing won their first intervarsities in 11 years at Clifden Boat Club, held over the weekend of March 9th to 11th, at an event where Scotland and Northern Ireland were also represented.
Both Trinity's Men's and Women's A teams won their encounters, with the men stretching their winning streak at intervarsities to four years in a row.
Dublin University Ladies Hockey Club continued its unbeaten streak yesterday, placing them close to untouchable at the top of the league.
DUFC's Jack Kelly, Colm Hogan and Charlie Connolly all shone in Ireland's defeat to Wales yesterday.
DUFC defeated the Young Munster side, who were tipped to win, 15-12 in Limerick earlier today.