Often requiring less time commitment than some of the more serious teams, and offering trips over the year, social sports could be the perfect way to get involved in college life.
The three Trinity graduates behind the award-winning app, Matchday, plan to “gameify” live sport and enhance the viewing experience of sports fans everywhere.
The conference, which took place in Trinity yesterday, also saw Mayo GAA footballer Ronan McGarrity discuss his struggle with testicular cancer.
DUAFC began life under new manager Adam Firych with a hard-earned 0-0 draw against Mount Merrion in the Sunday 1A Division of the Leinster Senior League.
After a slow first half Dublin University GAA’s (DUGAA) Intermediate Football Team defeated University College Dublin (UCD) with an excellent second half showing.
From receiving cruel comments to not receiving enough support as a team, the treatment of female players has led one to realise the importance of being blunt and bold.
DUHC successfully claimed the Mauritius Plate, while DULHC were narrowly defeated by Queen's University Belfast in the semi-final.
Dublin University Association Football Club (DUAFC) Women’s B Team took on league leaders Tallaght IT (ITT) in College Park, losing out to a strong visiting side.
Second-year law and politics student Charlotte Bowen is seeking to place particular emphasis on the accessibility and inclusivity of Trinity's sport clubs.
The side were punished 52-5 by a powerful University College Cork (UCC) side, leaving them with two points after two SSI league matches.