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Saturday 4 February 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# UCD

This week
29th January 2023 - 4th February 2023
# Final Eight
ATU Galway rally from seven points down as Fitzgibbon Cup quarter-finalists confirmed
UCD, UL and DCU are among the other quarter-finalists.
Last week
22nd January 2023 - 4th February 2023
# UCD
Tweets about 'thousands' of books being trashed caused a bitter row at UCD
The row kicked off last year when an academic tweeted that books were being ‘thrown into a bin lorry’.
Last year
2022
# UCD
UCD apologises to Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin for 'inadequate response' to sexual harassment
The broadcaster and academic said it “closes a chapter” on the ordeal, which began in 2015.
# Ryan Cup
Warnock the hero for Maynooth as they seal senior football league title
UCD got on level terms at the end of normal time before the Kildare side, managed by new Roscommon boss Davy Burke, struck late.
# graduation day
UCD retain their Premier Division status after a dramatic play-off win over Waterford
UCD defeated Waterford 1-0 to retain their top-flight status.
# Flying colours
Champions Shamrock Rovers sign off with routine win against UCD
Aaron Greene was among the scorers in a 2-0 win.
# Students
Black night for Harps but UCD's bid for survival goes on
Finn Harps lost 3-1 to UCD this evening.
# All Square
UCD continue bid to retain Premier Division status after rallying to draw against Shelbourne
UCD held the FAI Cup finalists to a 1-1 draw at Tolka Park.
# Report
UCD boost survival hopes with defeat of Drogheda United
The Students played their hearts out at Belfield.
# Preview
Leaders Dublin University set to face UCD as Terenure host Cork
Meanwhile, Blackrock v Galwegians is among the standout ties in the All-Ireland League Women’s Division.
# Schooled
Sligo Rovers see off lackluster UCD at Belfield
Adam McDonnell was at the double for Rovers.
# tightmargins
Caretaker boss Derek Pender gets a reaction from Bohs as they edge out UCD
James Clarke scores the only goal of the game as 10-man Students continue their fight.
# LOI
Farrugia goal sends Shamrock Rovers five points clear at top of Premier Division
A 1-0 win for the home side tonight over UCD.
# Tommy Gun
Lonergan stars for UCD as they stun Dundalk to move off the bottom
The former St Patrick’s Athletic striker netted the winner two minutes from time at the Belfield Bowl.
# Research
Schizophrenia and bipolar disorder 'may be detectable years before illnesses begin'
A new study led by UCD suggests the possibility of earlier intervention and even prevention of the illnesses.
# Pressure
Derry City hit form to cruise past UCD and cut gap at top to four points
With Dundalk held to a draw against Shelbourne, the Candystripes sit two points clear in second, but they will now have eyes on the big prize.
# POINTSSECURED
St Patrick's Athletic hitting stride as top-four bid continues with UCD win
The Saints were the dominant side throughout and probably should have won the game by a greater margin than 2-1.
# Signed Up
Italian club Como confirm move for Ireland U21 international Kerrigan
A three-year deal has been announced for the UCD midfielder.
# LOI
European hangover for Sligo Rovers as they are beaten at home by UCD
It’s just a second win of the season for UCD.
# Belfield
Tony Holohan to take up professor role at UCD
The former CMO had intended to take up a position at Trinity but ultimately stepped back after controversy over its terms.
# protestations
Red mist on UCD sideline as Saints see off Students in Inchicore
UCD manager Andy Myler and his assistant Willie O’Connor were sent off in defeat at Richmond Park.
# Covid-19
Survey shows 1 in 10 people in Ireland blamed Covid-19 symptoms on 5G radiation
Young people, religious people, and those with fewer educational qualifications were the most likely to believe this.
# point a piece
UCD and Sligo Rovers share the spoils as referee replaced mid-game
Referee David Dunne was accidentally struck with the ball and following a lengthy delay at the Belfield Bowl, he was replaced by the fourth official.
# Bad timing
In-demand UCD striker Whelan hit with serious injury blow
The Irish U21 international will miss at least six months of action.
# big win
UCD earn first win of campaign in mid-season six-pointer against Finn Harps
Liam Kerrigan was the match-winner on 83 minutes.
# prize students
10-man UCD hold off Queens to win Collingwood Cup final
A 2-1 win at Oriel Park saw UCD capture the Irish Universities Collingwood Cup for the 48th time.
# tough lesson
Redmond strikes late to snatch win for the Saints at UCD
Tim Clancy’s side picked up their first league victory in over a month.
# top drogs
Lyons and Weir find their range to give Drogheda a comfortable night in Belfield
Drogheda are now eight points clear of their hosts as the wait for a first Premier Division win continues for Andy Myler’s side.
# League Leaders
Patching and Boyce on target as Derry go six points clear in the Premier Division
Ruaidhri Higgins’ side were too strong for UCD.
# Oriel Park
Dundalk pile more misery on rock-bottom UCD
Goals from Daniel Kelly and Patrick Hoban were enough for Stephen O’Donnell’s side.
# LOI
UCD fight back to earn draw against Bohemians
The Students’ first home goal of the season saw them draw 1-1 against Bohs.
# clinical
Doyles on the double to keep Saints' show on the road
Forwards Eoin and Mark Doyle combine to secure back-to-back 2-0 wins in the space of three days for Tim Clancy’s side.
# Ben Tonra
Professor resigns from managerial role over UCD's 'pathetic' statement on Ukraine invasion
Professor Ben Tonra said UCD issued a “mealy-mouthed” statement because of its relationship with China.
# mist-ifying
Bizarre sprinkler interruption as Duff's Shelbourne are held by UCD
The game was stopped for eight minutes in the second half as the sprinklers took random action.
# Up and Running
Shamrock Rovers get three-in-a-row bid off to dream start
The champions were 3-0 winners over newly-promoted UCD at Tallaght Stadium.
# academic result
DCU ease to Ashbourne Cup final victory against UCD
It was the first all-Dublin decider in the competition’s history.
# Last Eight
Letterkenny IT stun UCD with late point to book Sigerson Cup quarter-final place
The Donegal side reached the semi-finals in 2020.
# exit door
UCD win seven-goal clash to knock UCC out of Sigerson Cup
Earlier today DCU beat St Mary’s in Belfast.
# Paid leave
Several Irish universities commit to introducing domestic abuse leave policy for staff in 2022
Trinity College, UCC, UCD and DCU have all committed to introducing the policies in 2022,
All time
# Booster Vaccines
'It's a little bit shambolic': Hundreds turned away after two Dublin walk-in centres reach capacity
People were turned away from two Dublin booster walk-in centres this morning after the HSE sent texts out to people last night.