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UCD’s newest tenants

The first thing that strikes you is the cup. Not that the Heineken Cup is especially pretty as cups go, or, even, that cups are especially pretty generally speaking but there it is; the highest honour any European Rugby Club…


The World’s Most Gentlemanly Rivalry

Anthony Strogen previews this year’s Ryder Cup action This weekend, treat the eyes of the golfing world will be fixed on the Medinah Country Club in Illinois for the 39th edition of the Ryder Cup between the USA and Europe….


Earned Not Given

Romance was well and truly alive no matter who prevailed from this year’s All Ireland Senior Football Championship Final, viagra sale but as an absorbing game between Donegal and Mayo came and went, the inevitability that it was Donegal’s year…


Students take City spoils

UCD were the victors in the Brandywell on Friday, viagra securing their fifth win in six games and cementing a firm foothold above the danger zone. A 2-1 win courtesy of goals from David McMillan and Barry McCabe sees the…


Alonso falters in Japan

Going into the Japanese Grand Prix this weekend it appeared as though it would require only a steady performance from Fernando Alonso to maintain his position at the top of the championship. Unfortunately for Alonso, there are some things in…

The Wesht Is Alive

Conall Devlin takes a look at Connaughts chances of taking home two All Ireland Senior Championship titles. Connaught has been privy to droughts over the course of history, drugstore none less than in GAA All Ireland Senior Championship success, store…

A Summer in Sport

First up was Euro 2012 in Poland and Ukraine. Compared with the World Cup, the Euros tend have a much higher standard of football due to the absence of weaker nations, and this year’s edition was certainly no different. It…

Lansdowne retains Sutherland Cup.

Lansdowne RFC – 18 UCD RFC – 6 Lansdowne opened the scoring through two Craig Ronaldson penalties after some keen early pressure. UCD found it difficult to get momentum in a half where the rustiness of the first games of…


The Irish Knights Rise

Channel 4 asked us to “Meet the super humans” in their fantastic coverage of the London 2012 Paralympic games; an apt narrative to shape in a summer where comic books dominated the silver screen. Many of the competitors were once mild mannered civilians whose…

The Life Aquatic

With Freshers Week only around the corner and a veritable plethora of sports clubs at students’  disposal for the year ahead, look the College Tribune takes a look at one of the many options on offer – the Scuba Club….