By Ronan Duggan The DCU men’s team returned to the summit of inter varsity athletics when comfortably claiming gold at the recent cross country championships at Waterford IT. Once again, DCU’s men’s team toed the
Recently crowned Purcell Cup champions, DCU’s camogie side will look to achieve the double in tonight’s League final. Emma Brennan and Laura Twomey speak to Brenda White about a remarkable year for the college’s stickwomen.
DCU Saints maintain pole position in the Nivea Mens Superleague Northern Conference despite suffering a comprehensive defeat to Killester on Saturday last. The fixture represented a top of the table clash and though Killester
By Ronan Duggan DCU once again defended their Varsity Indoor Track and Field titles; the men for the sixth consecutive year with the women’s team completing the five-in-a-row. DCU has for many years relied on
With little or no financial funding, marathon runner Linda Byrne speaks to Eleni Megoran about overcoming all obstacles on the road to realising her Olympic dream. On August 5th at 11am, Linda Byrne will be
Prior to Friday’s Women’s Superleague National Cup final DCU Mercy coach Mark Ingle wanted fans to expect the unexpected, but the formbook was to ring true as UL recorded a comfortable 64-27 victory at the
DCU’s senior football side have received an extremely favourable draw ahead of next year’s O’Byrne Cup, which gives the North Dublin College more than a sporting chance of making the semi-finals come January 22nd. Niall
by Eoghan Cormican Fionnuala Britton achieved glorious redemption for last year’s heartbreaking fourth place finish when claiming the gold medal at last weekend’s European Cross-Country championships in Velenje, Slovenia. Not since Catherina McKiernan’s victory in