GAA

Emphatic comeback wins Kiernan title

March 6, 2019

Oran Kiernan won the A1 40×20 men’s USHA open final for DCU handball in the American Intervarsities after completing an impressive comeback in the first round.

Other Sports

Seventh heaven for DCU Weightlifting

March 6, 2019

DCU Weightlifting sent twelve athletes to compete in Galway and returned with seven medals, including two from first-time competitors.

Other Sports

Farrell serves up another win

March 6, 2019

Ryan Farrell won the Singles Intervarsity title in Table Tennis for the second year in a row, beating Alexander Gillen in a repeat of last year’s final.

GAA

Pat’s GAA resurgence despite DCU amalgamation

March 6, 2019

St Patrick’s Campus GAA Chairman Ronan McDonald believes that the GAA club’s intermediate victory shows signs of a recovery in GAA on the campus following the amalgamation with DCU.

Other Sports

Underwater Hockey rise continues

March 6, 2019

DCU Underwater Hockey are now playing alongside the Vikings, and have lost just one game in their opening two tournaments this year.

Other Sports

DCU overcome Trinity in local derby

March 6, 2019

DCU Tennis defeated long standing rivals Trinity College in the Tennis Intervarsity Championships that were held in Glasnevin Lawn Tennis Club.

Rugby

Hogan living the dream with Irish Sevens

February 20, 2019

Irish Rugby Sevens player and DCU student Brittany Hogan spoke to The College View following Ireland’s recent fourth placed finish at the Sydney Sevens.

Athletics

DCU Athletics dominate indoors in Athlone

February 20, 2019

DCU Athletics again won the men and women’s team titles at the Irish Indoor Track and Field Championships, for the thirteenth and twelfth times respectively.

Other Sports

DCU Badminton qualify for cup finals

February 20, 2019

DCU Badminton finished top of their qualifying group and have progressed to the Tier 1 Cup Finals, to be held in Baldoyle Badminton centre.

GAA

Tully makes it two in a row in Belfast

February 20, 2019

DCU Handballer Fiona Tully won the Irish Collegiate Handball Association’s Women’s Open Final in Belfast on the 2nd of February. Tully made it two wins in a row in the 40X20 competition beating Limerick IT rival Sinead Meagher in straight sets in the final.