Three Trinity Students Called Up to Ireland Squad for Under-20 Six Nations

Fullback and Outside Centre as well as Trinity Sport scholar Jack Kelly will captain the side, with fullback and wing Colm Hogan and prop Charlie Connolly also included.
By Alex Peters

Trinity Women’s Basketball Lose Out to Jordanstown

The Trinity Women’s Basketball team fell to a powerful Ulster University Jordanstown side on Friday, losing 80-61 in a game that got away from the hosts in the third quarter.
By Will Heseltine

Moving on from Harvard: Education Key to Combatting Sexism in Sport and Society

Last year's reports on sexism in Harvard's soccer and cross country teams produced consternation but little surprise. Education is the only way to combat it.
By Jake O’Donnell

How Does Irish University Sporting Culture Compare to Opportunities Abroad?

Sports culture is a vital aspect of university life in Ireland. But how do other European universities match up in encouraging student participation in sport?
By Jonathan Fischer

Focusing on the Muscles, Not the Myths, of Core Training

David Lynch, a fitness instructor in Trinity, on the importance of and the best way to train your core.
By David Lynch

For Trinity GAA, an Exciting Year Lies Ahead

Both the hurling team and the football team will be hoping to compete for silverware in the new year.
By Cormac Watson

Slow Start for Trinity in Men’s Basketball, Yet the Potential for Success Remains

Despite some early setbacks, Trinity Basketball has a particularly strong first team this year and the team looks set to grow.
By Morgan Clarke

In 2017, Crucial Battles Await for DUAFC

The prospect of both a relegation scrap and promotion shootout makes DUAFC an exciting club to watch next year.
By Matthew Murphy

Anyone for Tennis? From the Floodlit League to Monte Carlo with Trinity

Ellen McLean takes an in-depth look at Dublin University Tennis Club and their recent achievements.
By Ellen McLean

From Bess and Bohs to the Top Football Club in Tunisia

Former Sports Scholar and Bess student Ayman Ben Mohamed on his 'dream job': playing professional football in Tunisia.
By Jake O'Donnell