The manager and assistant manager of the senior soccer team in DCU have both called for a change to the rule regarding players on professional contracts not being allowed to compete in the Collingwood Cup.
A manager does not have to be liked to be successful. On the contrary, many of the touchline predators we canonise hold characteristics akin to a beast: snarling, brooding, ruthless and scaly. Ok, probably not
Excitement levels are set to reach a crescendo amongst racing fans over the weekend, ahead of next week’s Cheltenham Festival, which starts on Tuesday. Kicking the Festival off is the Supreme Novices Hurdle, a race
DCU saw off a brave NUI Maynooth this afternoon with a largely impressive, if at times inconsistent performance which has taken them one step further to their first ever Collingwood Cup. They will play UCC
One of the most overused buzz words in team sports, particularly during tournaments, is momentum; an essential prerequisite for success, although at times difficult to define. For DCU, their momentum, which has been building since
The DCU Fresher team, led by Soccer Development Officer, Fran Butler, and his assistant Ben Kelly, defeated NUI Maynooth 2-1 in the Harding Cup Plate final at the University of Ulster Coleraine last Sunday. Captain,