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DCU enjoyed a successful run in the 2018 All-Ireland Intervarsity Karate Championships finishing second in UCC on March 10th.
DCU retained all three of their Intervarsities Cross Country team titles last week at the Trinity Sports grounds in Santry.
DCU student Ross Taheny has been nominated for Colleges and Universities International Third Level Football Player of the Year.
DCU swimmer Brendan Hyland embarked on his first challenge of the New Year in Edinburgh, building upon a hugely impressive and competitive 2017, which included some blistering performances during the World University Games in Taiwan.
DCU hosted the Harding Cup for the first time in the competition’s history last weekend.
A first competition in four years beckoned for DCU table tennis club – but after only being reformed early in the semester, they surely couldn’t leave a significant impact.
DCU boxer Ceire Smith took home the flyweight title in the National Stadium in Tallaght last weekend.
Shelbourne FC will bare the logo of DCU on their jerseys next season as the League of Ireland First Division side have announced a partnership with the university.
Sitting in an empty DCU canteen on a cold evening, Diarmuid O’Connor griped his coffee cup as he stared at the empty table. He had just played his final game for DCU.
DCU Cycling Club will be hosting a slale of cycling gear that is open to the whole college.
Gavin Kearney missed out on DCU’s penalties loss to UCD in the CUFL Division One Semi-Finals due to a concussion.
DCU had a very successful run in the IUAA indoor varsities in Athlone IT on February 9th, winning golds in both male and female categories.
DCU Soccer manager Declan Roche was full of praise for his players after falling to eventual winners UCD in the Collingwood Cup semi-finals.
DCU soccer manager Declan Roche is targeting a first Collingwood Cup victory for the university in the upcoming showpiece tournament.
DCU are set to host the 2018 Rustlers Irish Universities Football Union Harding Cup for the first time in the college’s history.
DCU 2 UL 1 College & Universities Football League Premier Division quarter-final An 87th minute winner from Alan O’Sullivan saw DCU overcome UL in their CUFL Division One quarter-final match in St. Claire’s on Wednesday afternoon.
After their demolition job of Garda College at home finished the week two for two, DCU ensured passage out of Group C into the next round of the Fitzgibbon Cup.
DCU hurling boss Eoin Roche described his side’s 3-15 to 2-17 victory over LIT as a “huge victory”, as his side beat Davy Fitzgerald’s side in the group C opener of the Fitzgibbon Cup.