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DCU’s soccer team have continued to be a competitive force in Ireland this year.
DCU Boxing enjoyed yet another successful year culminating in again being crowned as Ireland’s top third level boxing club.
DCU ladies football development coach Leona Byrne has heralded the two victories this year over Dublin rivals UCD as the most satisfying wins of the ladies’ campaign this year.
Niall Moyna has expressed his concerns at the GAA’s fixture congestion and the pressure it puts on young players, especially third level players.
DCU retained their All-Ireland Fresher 1 hurling title last weekend, spelling a bright future for the college’s hurling ambitions.
DCU’s Swimming Society had an amazing run in the Irish Intervarsity Swimming Championships, placing second in overall, male and female categories with the male team just nine points behind UCD.
DCU Basketball’s mixed 3v3 tournament brought a little March Madness to the Glasnevin campus, and a welcome trip for residents of the Mosney Accommodation Centre.
The 2017-18 season was one of mixed fortunes for DCU’s men’s and women’s rugby teams.
The DCU Ladies basketball side became All-Ireland A League Champions with a thumping 74-44 win over Ulster University in Carlow last Wednesday.
With preparation for the upcoming intervarsity competition in Galway firmly in the minds eye of the team, DCU Archery maintained firm control of the 6th National Student Indoor Archery Championships held by University College Cork.
After a successful first run last year, the DCU Basketball Mixed 3v3 Tournament is returning next Tuesday with a slight twist, as the club have partnered with the MELLIE Project.
Two tries from DCU’s Patrick Thornton helped the Ireland Students side to a 33-17 win over their Scottish counterparts at the University of Edinburgh on Sunday.
He may have just led the DCU Force Rugby Sevens team to a European University title in Lille, but club captain Peter Wright remains humble.
DCU Ladies Rugby team have made it through to Student Sport Ireland’s All-Ireland Rugby final where they will play the University of Limerick Wolves on March 21st at 5pm in Buccaneers RFC, Athlone.