Monday 2 May at Jack Harper memorial ground.
Sunday saw the visit of North County 5 to College Park.
The seconds got through a tough double weekend with two hard fought victories against two teams recently promoted to Division 8. On Saturday DU welcomed Adamstown 2 to College Park for the first time.
DU 2s began their Division 8 campaign with a frustrating loss to Clontarf 4 at Castle Avenue.
RCSI have had the edge over the Museum Players in recent seasons, and unfortunately this continued as the two sides contested the 2016 edition of the Colles Cup.
Malahide won the opening game of Senior Two with an entertaining 25 run win over Dublin University.
Player movements have a massive impact on the top division, with Dublin University particularly becoming a different side to the one that struggled last year.
It promises to be an exciting season at Trinity who have recruited a top overseas player in Matt Petrie and also Isobel Joyce as their new coach.
Lorcan Tucker highlights vs. India, U19 World Cup for Ireland
Finlay Glen interviews Will von Behr - 06/04/16
Following an eye-catching social media campaign, Trinity Ladies Cricket are seeking to regrow their club and get girls involved in sport at Trinity.
Thanks to the efforts of Nick Royle, we've organised for a screening of the highly-acclaimed documentary 'Death of Gentleman' at 7pm Thursday 12th November in the Printing House in Trinity.