Athletics

Fagan grabs Gold for Ireland at British Isles tournament.

February 5, 2020

DCU’s Claire Fagan clinched first place for Ireland in the Women’s U23 race at the Celtic International XC at the Stirling in Scotland. Fagan was victorious in the 8000m race which included athletes from Ireland, Northern Ireland, Wales, Scotland and England.

GAA

DCU secure historic fifth Sigerson Cup

February 5, 2020

DCU 0-14 IT Carlow 0-07 It may not have been the most intriguing final of all time, but it will still go down in history as the day DCU secured their fifth and perhaps their

Football

DCU progress in Collingwood Cup upset

February 4, 2020

DCU produced the shock of the Rustlers sponsored Irish Universities Collingwood Cup opening day when they knocked out UCD 4-3 in a penalty shoot out after the sides finished 2-2.

GAA

Niall Moyna backs DCU to win Sigerson glory

January 29, 2020

Former DCU football manager Niall Moyna has cited this current DCU team as being one of the best panels the University has ever seen, as they approach the final hurdle of the 2020 championship against

GAA

McCole is ready to bring down the Guards

January 11, 2020

DCU full-back Brendan McCole insists that nothing will come easy for DCU as they open their Sigerson Cup campaign at home to An Garda College tomorrow afternoon in St Clare’s.

Other Sports

Matthews begins preparation for Tokyo 2020

January 4, 2020

Hannah Matthews, Irish hockey international and DCU alumni will be heading to Tokyo in 2020 as the Irish ladies beat Canada in their Olympic qualifier in Energia Park on the 2nd and 3rd of November. 

GAA

DCU Hurlers claim historic back to back leagues

December 11, 2019

In the past decade DCU was never known as one of the top hurling universities in Ireland, however in recent years the trophy cabinet has been beginning to pile up with hurling awards, with DCU most recently claiming back to back league titles with a three-point win over UCC in Carlow. 

GAA

Christie rejects claims that he will succeed Gavin as Dubs boss

December 11, 2019

There have been few men who have cemented themselves within the underage ranks of Dublin GAA more in the past decade than former All-Star full back Paddy Christie. However, the Ballymun man says he is not the right man to replace Jim Gavin as the new Dublin boss. 

Other Sports

Archers come to the fore at Intervarsities

November 27, 2019

Dublin City University Archery Club fortified their status as one of the most prominent clubs on the university circuit, securing three podium finishes on home soil.

Rugby

Dream fulfilled as Judy Bobbett makes Irish rugby debut

November 27, 2019

As a young child obsessed with the game of rugby, representing your country is always the dream, and for Judy Bobbett, that dream was fulfilled as she earned her first Ireland senior cap when she lined out in the second row of Adam Griggs’ side that lost to Wales in their home November Test in UCD.

Other Sports

DCU Trampolining Club jumps to victory in Limerick

November 27, 2019

DCU Trampolining Club came out victorious winning the varsities club trophy in Limerick last weekend scoring in the top 75 per cent of the competition as well as club member Niamh Niiceadha winning best form in the entire competition.