With just 12 match weeks left to play in the Premier League this season, many fans will be looking back at a unique season of football.
Eleven years ago, Tiger Woods cut a deeply apologetic figure as he confessed to the world’s media details of a scandal that had been brewing for years.
There have always been clear barriers for women in sport compared to the men’s games, but the impacts of the global pandemic have exposed these issues further.
‘The Notorious’ Conor McGregor was stopped in the second round of his UFC 257 showdown against Dustin Poirier last month, suffering a shocking first-ever KO loss in the UFC.
20×20 a two-year-long campaign, which aimed to change attitudes towards women’s sport in Ireland, concluded in October.
DCU student and Shelbourne star Kate Mooney achieved the goal of a lifetime earlier this year – scoring 30 goals, in just 7 games.
Arsenal’s 3-0 victory over Dundalk seems facile on paper, however It was anything but for the Gunners.
The GAA management committee has endorsed a decision to suspend club fixtures at all levels, until further notice.
The Premier League returned to action today, June 17, after a lengthy delay of the season since early March due to the Covid-19 global pandemic.
DCU Ladies Hockey team claim The Chilean Plate with a close 5-4 victory against CIT in the final in Kilkenny, alongside DCU Men who came runners up.
Carlow Institute of Technology beat the DCU ladies’ rugby side with considerable ease as early scoring aided their way to a 40-27 win, despite a late surge for DCU.
A new partnership between DCU and Glasnevin-based GAA club Na Fianna will provide DCU students with opportunities for paid partnerships, volunteering and cultural opportunities.
Students from DCU took part in the Irish Powerlifting Federations Under-23 Junior National Championships.
DCU Volleyball is under new coaching staff this year, after Benny O’Regan, an Irish international volleyball player who coached the team for three years, moved to Waterford IT.
DCU student Fiona Tully won both the Ladies Singles and Doubles Open tournaments at the Irish Collegiate Handball Association (ICHA) in Wexford last week.
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.