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Head Master’s Bulletin
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN OF TRINITY GRAMMAR SCHOOL SENIOR SCHOOL
MICHAELMAS TERM | BULLETIN V
FRIDAY 7TH NOVEMBER 2014
FROM THE HEAD MASTER
MIDDLE SCHOOL MONITORS’ INDUCTION
I was pleased to be able to welcome members of the extended
family of boys who were inducted as Year 9 Monitors at Wednesday’s Head Master’s Assembly. They presented as a fine body of
young men, with great potential – and an obvious credit to their
families and to the staff who have mentored them along their
leadership journey thus far. Thank you, also, to our Deputy Head
Master, Mr Green, who spoke on the theme of leadership in an
informative and encouraging fashion, words applicable not only to
our new Monitors but to all of us. I am sure you join with me in
congratulating the following boys on thir appointment and wishing
them all the best as they take up their responsibilities.
YEAR 9 | 2015 MONITORS
The Head Master with the Year 9 Monitors and Mr Bradley Barr
Steven Serb (Ar)
Nicholas Pavic (La)
Angus Mangunay (Du)
Anson Man (Mu)
Lelland Hui (Fo)
Aidan Yeoh (Sc)
Nicholas Hui (Fo)
William Bonaccorso (St)
Zac Lorusso (He)
William Raptis (Ta)
Jordan Terzopoulos (Hi)
Liam Scott (We)
Alexander Kolesnikoff (Ho)
Nicholas Webb (WH)
Haydon Johnson (Ke)
Darcy Edwards (WJ)
Alexander Douglas (La)
Lachlan Zeng (Yo)
Proud parents during the induction!
WORLD VISION 40 HOUR FAMINE | A FINE RESULT
This Friday we were also pleased to welcome to Quad
Assembly Mr Justin Nicolle, Team Leader for World Vision
and Youth Representative for Sydney schools. He requested
an opportunity to visit us to personally present a special
Award for Outstanding Achievement from World Vision in
recognition of our boys raising some $7,945.27 for the work
of World Vision.
image: The Head Master, School Captain Tom Dickinson (12La) and
Mr Justin Nicolle with the award.
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ACADEMIC FOCUS
The TAS 7-11 2014 Exhibition winners
left to right: Mr Michael Leadbeatter, Mark Repaci (7St), Benny Ouyang (8Ke), Zac Lorusso (8He), Andrew O’Dea (9La), Andrew Stelzer
(9St), George Khoury Harb (10He), Ms Jennifer Nixon and The Head Master.
TECHNOLOGICAL AND APPLIED STUDIES ACADEMIC FOCUS
This has been another busy year for the Technological and
Applied Studies Department at Trinity Grammar School. At the
end of Term 3 we farewelled Ms Shirley Nair after 17 years at
Trinity Grammar School. We wish her all the best in her new
endeavors. On other staffing matters, we welcomed Ms Judith
Ng, who is replacing Mrs Heather Bootle while she is on long
service leave for part of Term 3 and all of Term 4 for 2104.
We now offer a wide range of subjects within the TAS department
which aim to encourage students to be productive, creative
and confident in the use of Technology. These subjects include
Design and Technology, Graphics Technology, Industrial
Technology Wood, Industrial Technology Metal, Industrial
Technology Multimedia, Information and Software Technology,
Information Processes and Technology, Software Design and
Development, Electrotechnology, Engineering Studies, Building
and Construction, Hospitality and Computer Science. These
build on the knowledge, understanding, skills and values that the
students learn in Years 7-8 Technology (Mandatory).
The continued popularity of our VET courses has allowed us to
build a covered outdoor area behind the Design Centre for our
Construction and Electrotechnology students to develop their
competencies. We are also looking forward to the opening of our
Cafe next to our Hospitality rooms which will enable our students
to develop their Barista competencies for the food and beverage
parts of their Hospitality course. The cafe will be equipped with
a two head coffee machine as well as milkshake makers and
blenders to enable the students to learn how to create and mix a
number of types of beverages.
produced by our students. The following students won awards
for their projects on display in the exhibition.
George Khoury Harb (10He) was awarded the People’s Choice
Award for the best project in the Exhibition for his Cabriole
Legged Hall Table (pictured below).
Year 7
Craftsman of the year
Mark Repaci (St)
Year 8
Craftsman of the year
Benny Ouyang (Ke)
Year 8
Designer of the year
Zac Lorusso (He)
Year 9
Craftsman of the year
Andrew O’Dea (La)
Year 9
Designer of the year
Andrew Stelzer (St)
Year 10 Craftsman of the year
George Khoury Harb (He)
Year 10 Designer of the year
George Khoury Harb (He)
Year 10 Graphics Award
James Mayers (WJ)
Year 11 Craftsman of the year
Alex Zong (WJ)
Year 11 Designer of the year
Alex Dejanovic (Du)
Michael Leadbeatter
Dean of Technological and Applied Studies.
The TAS Department prides itself in keeping pace with the latest
technology for our students. We offer you a reminder that our
students have access to the latest Solidworks CAD software
which Trinity has purchased for students to use. Therefore,
students who elect to do a subject in the TAS Department can
download a copy for use on their computer, allowing them
to work on projects at home. This hopefully will lead to more
thorough learning in the use of the programme, which also has
a lot of support available in the form of tutorials and YouTube
demonstrations on how the many features work, so I am
enthusiastic about the CAD drawings our students will now be
able to produce. Please make sure your son takes full advantage
of this and has a copy of Solidworks on his home PC.
Congratulations to the students chosen to exhibit in our annual
TAS 7-11 Exhibition which was held on the 30th of October. It is
always pleasing to see such a great variety of projects skillfully
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Parents should be using the Number 2 Oval
Underground Car Park Facility and not use Victoria
Street as a Drop off and Pick up zone.
NEWS FROM
Drivers are not permitted to wait in the Drop off and Pick
up zone (these zones can be viewed in the user guide)
or drive through car parking spaces - If students are not
ready to be picked up, parents must drive around again or
park in a designated parking space and wait for students. Movember has hit the Library this week and the library team
is celebrating! Literature has given us some truly great
moustaches such as those sported by Sir Arthur Conan
Doyle, George Orwell, Edgar Allan Poe and Mark Twain.
In the spirit of this there are a few surprises around the
Library, with moustachioed librarians (or “Mo Sistas”) and
book covers adorned with facial hair. Come to the library
or visit our Movember page and help us support those
members of staff who are growing a moustache to raise
awareness and funds for men’s health. Cast your vote for
the best moustache!
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A MESSAGE FROM ASHFIELD POLICE
RE: Parking and Traffic offences around the School.
As most of you are aware I have been patrolling your
school zones in terms 1 and 2. I have mainly issued
warnings to people that are breaking the law by stopping
or parking illegally.
This will no longer be the case. Please make your parents
aware that the warning will no longer be given. Fines will
be now issued or sent in the mail for people that stop or
park illegally. Please make them aware that Police do not
actually have to speak to offenders, they can take down
the number plate, time and date of the vehicle breaking
the law and send the fine in the mail. Photos will be taken
to support the fine. Please make sure that parents pass
this information onto anyone else that may be dropping or
picking up their children from school.
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The Library has a new survey and this time it is an issue
that stirs up much debate amongst readers, authors,
publishers and librarians. A recent survey found that 95% of
people under 30 preferred the printed book to its electronic
counterpart. So being a naturally curious bunch we thought
we’d ask what you prefer – print or ebook? Please complete
our survey by using this link - we look forward to seeing
the results!
See below for mo photos of staff participating in Movember!
> click here to see Mo Bros
> click here to Mo Sistas
Tabatha Paterson | Teacher Librarian
Hopefully this will deter people from doing the wrong
thing.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
For more information on the demerit points around
schools, please follow the link: http://www.rms.nsw.gov.
au/usingroads/downloads/demerits-school.pdf
Constable James Bottalico | Youth Liaison Officer
TRINITY GRAMMAR SCHOOL | SCHOOL PRAYER
Parents and friends are most welcome to come and pray for
our boys and the School on Tuesdays, between 8.45am and
9.30am. We meet at reception in the Junior School Building.
Our last two meetings for the year will be on Tuesday
November 11th and Tuesday November 25th.
Contact | Nellie O’Brien | phone 0402 489 509
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Concerto Competition Finals
Another delightful evening of wonderfully played music by the finalists in the Concerto Competition held last Wednesday. I
am pleased to say that there were more in attendance than previously, even allowing for the larger number of participants
and their mums and dads! Again the performances were just simply awesome-- an over worked word nowadays , but in this
case, very applicable, as the boys dealt in a supremely confident and sensitive manner the pieces they played on violin,
piano, clarinet, flute, trumpet and—recorder! An instrument many older folk remember with some degree of misgiving when
it was introduced into the primary syllabus and which more often than not when played was a nerve-tightening series of shrill
shrieks of sound, what a most pleasant surprise it was to have Johnathan Chan (12WH) and normally a flautist, play on the
instrument so beautifully Telemann’s Suite in A Minor, mvmts 4, 5, and 7. Actually, he used two recorders: a descant and a
treble, the latter having been played by his Dad Lewis when he was a performer at Trinity concerts many years ago!
It was relaxing and spiritually uplifting as a member of the Audience to simply let one’s mind float on glorious chords and
arpeggios written by the classic composers and skilfully called forth by these talented young men, all adorned even further
by the sympathetic and supportive accompaniments from Mr Gregory Kinda. This Competition involves a rigorous selection
process wherein many boys applied, and those in the spotlight on the night were the final selection, representing the very
best of our School’s musical talent. John Dedousis (4E) Cello; Alec Silins (8Sc) trumpet; Richard Lee (8Hi) Violin: Andrew
Kim (9We) Clarinet; and David Carreon (8St) Piano were the Intermediate Section contestants, with David being the Winner.
Simon Jensen (12Ke) trumpet; Lachlan Rickards-Tang (11Ho) Piano; Johnathan Chan (12WH) recorder: Raymond Wang
(12Yo) Violin; and Brian Kim (10WH) flute were the senior players, with Brian carrying off the award.
Mr Ron Thomas was the adjudicator, and I doubt that there was anyone who would have
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the proceedings!
As the many previous Concerto Competitions have shown – and this one is well in
the tradition – the future of Trinity music is safe in the hands of boys such as these,
whose undoubted talent is nurtured by the best of teachers. Our appreciative thanks
to all involved in the event last night, including all those candidates who presented
themselves over the year for selection. Ron Ogier
The Concerto Competition Finalists for 2014
RUGBY
Warren Rosser, Former Judo Olympian, conducted a lesson on breaking falls and body
management in contact situations that Rugby players encounter during games. The
players in Senior Rugby Squad were a little bemused by the transformation of their
regular training environment; instead of soft grass on the training field they were
introduced to judo mats indoors. In addition, their instructor was significantly shorter
than the majority of the squad and was introduced as a judo player. However, Mr
Rosser’s extensive experience in judo and previous coaching experience in coaching
professional football players from disparate football codes, including the Sydney Swans, NSW
Waratahs and the Bulldogs, immediately engaged the boys’ interest, especially when he demonstrated how
to comfortably manage boys considerably heavier than him with ease.
The purpose of the class was to teach the players how to hold themselves in collision situations and fall confidently without injury.
The boys quickly adapted to the transition from their comfort zone and overcame their reluctance to roll and fall by embracing Mr
Rosser’s instruction. By the end of the session, the players displayed their gratitude by requesting a further opportunity to develop
their newly discovered skills.
The rugby fraternity at Trinity Grammar School has recognised how a coach such as Mr Rosser, with considerable experience
coaching collision management in contact sports, could provide our players skills that will enhance their rugby careers.
We look forward to the continued integration of Mr Rosser’s instruction for the Rugby Program during the 2015 winter season.
Andrea Folli | MIC Rugby
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ARTEXPRESS CONSIDERATION
We have just received confirmation from BOSTES that Andy Zhong’s (13Hi) HSC artwork, Capital Influence,
is under consideration for inclusion in ARTEXPRESS. Congratulation to Andy and to Ms Alex Wood, his Digital
Art teacher, for this recognition of their fine
work during the year.
Steve Collins | HOD Visual Arts
BILLETING OPPORTUNITY
Opportunity to billet Rendafuzhong School students
visiting Trinity 2nd February to 12th February 2015
From
DIRECTOR OF
CAMPUS ADMINISTRATION
YEAR 8 AND 10 CATCH UP VACCINATIONS
The NSW Health Department will be sending a team of specially
trained registered nurses to our School to administer catch up
vaccinations to boys in Years 8 and 10 on Wednesday 12th
November, 2014. Only boys currently in Years 8 and 10 who
require a catch up vaccination and who have returned ther
consent forms will be given the vaccine. After the boys have
been immunised they will be given a Record of Vaccination to
take home so that immunisation records can be together and the
family doctor can be notified.
Please contact Sr Katie Brooks in the Health Centre on 9581
6023 if you have any questions.
Bradley Wirth | Director of Campus Administration
NEW SUMMER HILL AUXILIARY AGM DATE
The Summer Hill Auxiliary AGM meeting has been moved
to Tuesday, 11th November at 6.15pm in the Library.
NEW P & F MEETING DATE
The next P & F meeting will take place on Tuesday Night
the 11th November at 7.30pm in the Library.
FROM THE CLOTHING SHOP
All boys who would like lines on their blazers for
the new term, please bring their blazer to the
Clothing Shop so the embroidery can be done.
Coats will be accepted up to Wednesday 19th
November for lines.
If any coat is soiled it
must be dry-cleaned,
as demanded by health
and safety, before any
embroidery is attempted.
It can be a very rewarding experience to host an overseas
student from our sister school. The RDFZ students will
be coming to Trinity in February as part of the exchange
programme and will attend classes as well as going
on excursions in and around Sydney. The students
will require billeting from Monday, 2nd February until
Thursday, 12th February 2015.
RDFZ do not charge our students for staying at their
school when our students are on exchange to RDFZ and
we are hoping that Trinity host families will be able to
reciprocate the generosity of the RDFZ community.
If you are interested in discussing the opportunity to billet
a RDFZ student, please contact Mrs Helen McFarlane on
9581 6119 or by email [email protected]
INVITATION
The School Council and the
Head Master invite you and your friends to attend...
ÆÆ THE FESTIVAL OF NINE LESSONS AND CAROLS
on Friday, November 28th at 7.30pm at St Andrew’s
Cathedral, Sydney and on Sunday, November 30th at
8pm in the War Memorial Chapel, Summer Hill Campus
ÆÆ THE JUNIOR SCHOOL ANNUAL PRIZE GIVING
on Thursday, December 4th at 10am in The James
Wilson Hogg Assembly Hall, Summer Hill Campus
ÆÆ THE PREPARATORY SCHOOL ANNUAL PRIZE GIVING
on Thursday, December 4th at 2.30pm in The James
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Trinity has a very close relationship with the RDFZ and
every other year Trinity hosts a group of approximately
10 students as part of an exchange programme between
our schools. On the alternate years, Trinity sends a group
of students on a tour of China and these students are
hosted for a similar period of time in Beijing by RDFZ
families.
TRINITY
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for stock take and will
re-open on Monday 5th
January, 2015.
For those who attended the Centenary Concert in the
Town Hall, you will recall the magnificent Rendafuzhong
School [RDFZ] dancers who came to Sydney to help us
celebrate Trinity’s centenary.
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SOCIETY OF THE ARTS
week as teacher's aids helping with group work, PE lessons and
one on one reading tuition. In their spare time after classes they
explored the surrounding landscapes as well as experimenting
with photographic techniques.
NOVEMBER DIARY DATES
>> Trinity / Ti Tree Exchange Exhibition
An exhibition celebrating an ongoing partnership between the
Ti Tree and Trinity communities, including painting, weaving
and sculpture by Ti Tree artists and photography by Trinity
Grammar School senior students.
6th to 9th November, Delmar Gallery
TI TREE COMMUNITY (NT) AND TRINITY PRESENT
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TRANSLATION: STORY TELLING
opening Thursday 6th of November at 6pm
Ti Tree community is located north of Alice Springs in the
township of Ti Tree. The population of Ti Tree and surrounds
is approximately 400. Indigenous languages spoken include
Anmatyerr, Warlpiri and Kaytetye. This exhibition acknowledges
the traditional custodians of the Ti Tree area and honours the
elders both past, present and future for they hold the memories,
the traditions, the culture and hopes of Indigenous Australia.
The paintings that are exhibited are by the artist April Campbell
and share the stories of the Anmatyer people from the Ti Tree
community. They tell their stories of their land, traditions and way
of life.
The exhibition also showcases exploratory photographs by
Trinity students on service week sharing their experiences
of working within the Ti Tree community. As part of our long
standing relationship with Ti Tree School, Trinity students spent a
>> SUFF Shorts
Offbeat and quirky international and Australian short films from
the 2014 Sydney Underground Film Festival
Wednesday 26 November, 7.15pm, Drama Theatre.
Tickets $10 full / $7 concession at the door.
>> Beastly
Delmar Gallery's Christmas exhibition is turned over this year
to varmits, critters and strays!
23 November to 7 December, Delmar Gallery
2015 SOCIETY OF THE ARTS
SCHOLARSHIPS
Application forms can be downloaded from the Trinity
website by clicking here and are to be submitted by
Monday 24th November. Visual arts, drama and music
students in Year 11 in 2015 are eligible to apply. Three
scholarships are awarded annually to students showing
exceptional interest and potential in the area of visual or
performing arts. For further information please contact:
Catherine Benz | Convenor, Society of the Arts
email [email protected] or
phone 9581 6070 (Wednesday to Friday).
On Tuesday 4th November HRH The Earl of Wessex, Prince Edward KG, CVO was hosted by The Duke of Edinburgh’s
International Award – Australia. The event was held at Ashfield Boys’ High School and was designed to showcase the
achievements of the Award in Australia. As part of this occasion, boys involved in the Trinity Grammar School Duke of
Edinburgh Award programme were invited to attend and celebrate this achievement. HRH spoke about the work of this leading
youth organisation, which gives young people aged 14-24 the chance to develop skills for life and work, fulfil their potential
and have a brighter future. Trinity’s Gold participants were able to be part of this presentation and those in Year 12 were given
the honour of personally meeting His Royal Highness. This event was certainly a highlight for our programme and for those
students in attendance.
Brad Bulger | MIC DEAS
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Timely Reflections…
By Mr Ron Ogier (1966 – 1994) and (1997 – present)
This week I found myself in a big hole at Trinity – a very
big hole indeed! It was the result of 15 thousand cubic
metres of material being removed north of the Chapel
Way, and is, of course the excavation for the new
Aquatic Centre. The Site Manager, Darren Chignell
of Lipmann Constructions, very kindly allowed me to
make a photographic study of the site, my impression
of which was that, though from ground level it was
obviously large, down at the level which will be floor
of the pool itself, things seemed positively enormous!
An interesting point has been reached in the last few
days, too: the drainage pipes for seepage under the
pool were being laid, thus forming the lowest point of
the main excavation, while along the south side the
square columns which will support the roof, reached
their maximum height, or rather, the reinforcing steel
rods have, the right-angled bends at their tops being
where the ceiling level will be.
The plant room, to be situated in the north-western
corner of the site, right next door to the Junior School,
is an even deeper hole. The outer shell of the whole
structure is firmly anchored to the surrounding rock by
a series of highly-tensioned steel rods set in concrete
cylinders reaching thirty metres or more into the
country rock. The view of the site from above is also
impressive.
The visit was great experience, and leaves no doubt
that the facility will be of the highest standard, a solidly
built one, serving the boys of the School for many
years. The structure also gives us an object lesson.
The reinforcing bars deep within the concrete columns
give them their strength, reminding us, perhaps, that
our lives need the inner strengthening which comes
from a faith in Christ.
1. and 2. The Old Pool sits to the west of the new excavation. 3. The solid foundations of one of the main supporting pillars on
the south side. 4. The Prospect Road side of the Pool. 5. The very deep excavation for the Plant Room lies next to the Junior
School’s east end. 6. An overall view of the site.
Click here to see more Aquatic Centre construction photos on flickr
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YEAR 11 CONFERENCE
AT THE COLLAROY CONFERENCE CENTRE
A couple of weeks ago 200 Year 11 students, along
with their Housemasters, attended the annual Year
11 Conference at Collaroy. In a scenic location in the
northern suburbs of Sydney, the young men had the
opportunity to spend quality time with their Tutor Group
and Housemaster. They also had the time to strengthen
the bond that they have as a cohort. The main aim of the
Conference was to develop skills in order to tackle the
challenges of their final two years at School. Included in
the main aim were issues such as ‘accountability’, ‘legacy’,
‘identity’, ‘choices-decisions’, ‘standards’, ‘teamwork’,
‘support’ and ‘friendship’. We also had the opportunity to
discuss leadership and the challenges a leader faces in
everyday life. Many of our students have also volunteered
their services as a Peer Support Leader or Peer Mediator.
They will begin their role with the incoming Year 7 cohort
and no doubt will play a pivotal role in shaping their start
to high school.
On the Sunday evening we had the pleasure of hearing
a guest speaker, Brent Sanders. He focused his
presentation on decision-making/choices/consequences.
He captured the hearts of the boys by the way he delivered
his message and there is no doubt that the young men
took on board his words.
Throughout the three day conference there was also
healthy competition amongst the Houses. There were
various activities ranging from a group drama production,
physical challenge courses, theatre sports, bridge
building, academic quizzes and a mini Olympic carnival.
All of these activities focus on the strength and skill of
the group, rather than the individual. Congratulations to
Murphy House for winning the overall competition. The
way they bonded and worked together as a unit was
exemplary.
Overall, the Conference was a resounding success
as all the goals that were set, were met. The students
participated whole-heartedly and their behaviour was
impeccable. We received very positive feedback from
the staff at Collaroy outlining that the Trinity boys were
fantastic ambassadors for the School. They should be
proud of their efforts.
Trinity Grammar School USA
Maths AND Science Tour 2015
20 days /18 nights | Departing Sydney 2 December 2015
INFORMATION NIGHT
An information night for the 2015 USA Maths and
Science Tour will be held on Wednesday 26th
November in Room N1.17 at 7.15pm.
To attend this meeting and for further
information please contact Mrs Geddes on
95816006 or Mrs Ottaway on 95816230.
Tour highlights:
BOSTON
>> Freedom Trail walking tour
>> Guided tour of the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum
>> Boston Science Museum
>> Lexington and Cambridge including a tour of the MIT
Cambridge campus and Museum
>> Visit Harvard University
NEW YORK
>> Visits to Museum of Mathematics & NY Hall of Science
>> Skyscraper Museum
>> Museum of Natural History
>> Intrepid Sea Air & Space Museum
>> Tour of Empire State Building
>> Guided tour of United Nations
>> Ground Zero
>> Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange
>> Broadway Show
WASHINGTON
>> Full day city sights tour including
>> The White House, Jefferson Memorial, Air & Space Museum,
Lincoln Memorial, across the Potomac River to the Pentagon
and Arlington National Cemetery
>> Visit to George Washington’s home – Mt Vernon
>> Entry and visit to two Smithsonian Museums of choice
NASHVILLE
A most valuable learning experience for all!
>> Sudekum planetarium visit
>> Backstage at The Grand Ole Opry and Country Music
Andrew Yarad | Deputy Master of the Senior School
>> The “District”
>> Tennessee State Museum
>> Civil War Franklin site tour and Belle Mead
Museum
MEMPHIS
>> Full day city sights includes visits to the Civil Rights Museum,
Sun Studio, Memphis Zoo and the pandas
>> Beale Street and Cotton Row
>> Watch the Peabody Ducks
>> Entrance to Gracelands – platinum tour package
>> Memphis is the BBQ capital of the U.S.
ORLANDO
>> Full day at Kennedy Space Center – guided tour of the
Center, Imax Space Movies and all exhibits including the
Astronaut Hall of Fame and interactive space flight simulators
>> Lunch with an Astronaut
>> Full day entrance to Disneyworld or Universal Studios
HONOLULU
Murphy House: winners of the House Cup!
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>> Full day touring the North Shore of Oahu
>> Half day Pearl Harbour Tour including “USS Arizona”
>> Half day coach charter for additional sightseeing
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TRACK AND FIELD
Edward Dynasty (12Yo)
TRELOAR SHIELD – ROUND 3 RESULTS
On a VERY HOT and steamy day, mixed with lighting flashes
early and then the heavens opening with heavy rain, thunder and
dramatic lighting, the 3rd Treloar Shield at ES Marks promised
everything and didn’t disappoint!
We had a great turnout of Club members, and after an amazing
round two result we are currently leading the Athletics NSW
Junior Points table and fourth place overall.
Like last week, we had a number of athletes competing in a
number of events, special mention must go to:
>> Finn Murphy year (6Ta) - our youngest Club Member (11
yrs), who spent 4 hrs in the morning playing cricket in the
scorching heat at Vaucluse winning against Scots and then
backed up for the Club by competing in a massive 4 events!
>> Connor Murphy (8Ta) in 4 events
>> Byron Hollingworth-Dessent (10Sc) in 3 events
>> Monty Hannaford (10Du) in 3 events
>> Luca Hatton-Ward (11Sc) in 3 events
>> Sebastien Moir (10Hi) in 3 events
>> Carl Coorey-Ewings (11WJ) in 3 events
I would also like to thank the following boys who also have
another Saturday commitment, but then came out to ES Marks
to compete:
>> Dean Kalliris (9Ke)
>> Andrew Lin (12WH)
>> Cameron Griffith (14/12Yo) - IB exams start on Tuesday, but
still found time to drive to Randwick and compete in a 1500m.
Last but definitely not least - the name on everyone’s mind Rohan Browning (12Du) - backed up his amazing run from last
week, running a LEGAL 10.46s in the Open 100m. He now holds
the State U18 100m record with this run!
Now for the results!
Men Open
Cameron Griffith (14/12Yo), 1500m - 3.55.23s
Andrew Murphy (Staff), Triple Jump - 13.43m, High Jump - 1.75m
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Brian O’Neill (10Sc) passing the baton to Marcus Trevena (12We)
in the Open 4 x 100m Relay
Men U20
Rohan Browning (12Du), 17yrs 100m - 10.47s, 200m - 22.08s
Julian Bullen- Zorin (12Ar), 17yrs 100m - 11.73s
Jim Filladites (12WH), 17yrs 100m - 12.55s
Oliver Hoare (12St), 17yrs 1500m - 4.09.66s
Andrew Lin (12WH), 17yrs 1500m - 5.07.30s
Peter Pestoulis (12WH), 17yrs 100m - 12.48s
Gerard Wheatley (12He), 17yrs 100m - 11.93s
Marcus Trevena (12We), 17yrs 100m - 11.70, 200m - 24.11s
Men U17
Luke Borgnolo (11Mu), 16yrs 200m - 24.29s
Edward Dynasty (12Yo), 16yrs 100m - 11.70s, 200m - 23.58s,
4 x 100m - 45.34s
Carl Ewings-Coorey (11WJ), 16yrs 100m - 11.64s, TJ unfortunately a no jump due to fouls....but first time triple jumping
and did really well!
Monty Hannaford (10Du), 15yrs 100m - 11.65s (PB), 200m 23.56s, 4 x 100m - 45.34s
Luca Hatton-Ward (11Sc), 16yrs 200m - 24.29s, Triple Jump 11.46m
Byron Hollingworth-Dessent (10Sc), 14yrs 100m - 11.33s,
200m - 22.96s, 4 x 100m - 45.34s
Dean Kalliris (9Ke), 14yrs 100m - 11.90s
Kevin Kwak (10La), 15yrs 200m - 26.56s
Sebastien Moir (10Hi), 14yrs 100m - 12.03s, 200m - 23.85s,
**High Jump - 1.30s
Brian O’Neill (10Sc), 15yrs 100m - 11.82s, 4 x 100m - 45.34s
Paul Raptis (11Ta), 16yrs 200m - 26.19s, 1500m - 2.18.84s
Bertie Swann (10Ar), 14yrs 100m - 12.53s, Triple Jump - 11.23m
Louis Tanner (10We), 14yrs High Jump - 1.30m**
Angus Tonkin (12Fo), 16yrs 100m - 12.18s
George Varvaressos (10La), 14yrs Javelin - 21.12 m
Hamish Weiss (12St), 16yrs 200m - 24.21s, 800m - 2.09.70s
Men U14
Angus Clark (9WH), 13yrs 100m - 13.27s
Connor Murphy (8Ta), 13yrs 100m - 13.70s, 200m - 28.17s,
Triple Jump - 10.71m, High Jump - 1.30m**
Finn Murphy (6Ta), 11yrs 100m - 14.47s, 200m - 30.52s, Triple
Jump - 9.80m, High Jump -1.30m**
* competed in the Open age group but U20/U17 athletes
** High Jump STOPPED due to lightning
Andrew Murphy | Director Athletic Development
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BASKETBALL
CAS ROUND 3 vs CRANBROOK
TRINITY BASKETBALL RESULTS vs Cranbrook
1ST V
The Firsts bounced back with a vengeance in front a huge
crowd on a hot Friday night in the Cranbrook Gym, dominating
the Bellevue Hill School from the opening tip with a resounding
31-point victory (88-57). Strong rebounding from the Bottle
Greens set the platform, as they outmuscled Cranbrook on the
boards (76-39) and their constant pressure defensively wore
their Eastern Suburb rival down. Trinity led by six points at the
end of the first period (20-14), but blew the game wide open in the
next ten minutes with dominant play from James Finney (12Ho)
and Lucas Angelakos (12WH), before Jayden Tanevski (11La)
exploded for 9 points in the quarter to have Trinity heading to the
main break in total control leading 41-22.
With the Trinity Boarders in fine voice the Firsts didn’t let up as
Jake Kerry (10Ho) nailed his second big ‘3’ and Riley Smith
(11Ke) owned the paint with his relentless rebounding. Jarryd
Fernandes (11La) helped extended the margin in the final
period with some crafty defence and ten quick points. James
Finney well and truly found his confidence, hitting back-to-back
3-pointers to add the finishing touches to a great Trinity win.
Leading Statistics
Jayden Tanevski
23 pts.
7 rebs.
James Finney
17 pts.
13 rebs.
Jarryd Fernandes
12 pts.
5 rebs.
Riley Smith
7 pts.
14 rebs.
6 stls.
6 asts.
Team
Scores
Team
Scores
1st V
88
57
W
9A
30
24
W
2nd V
47
21
W
9B
36
22
W
3rd V
47
56
L
9C
40
34
W
4th V
36
24
W
9D
62
17
W
5th V
24
19
W
9E
47
16
W
6th V
29
40
L
9F
39
15
W
7th V
30
44
L
9G
59
16
W
8th V
14
19
L
9H
46
7
W
9th V
13
23
L
8A
54
44
W
10th V
27
31
L
8B
22
37
L
10A
39
32
W
8C
21
20
W
10B
30
31
L
8D
29
25
W
10C
21
22
L
8E
29
18
W
10D
15
25
L
8F
8
10
L
10E
28
24
W
8G
30
36
L
10F
21
42
L
8H
8
54
L
10G
26
13
W
8I
24
15
W
10H
12
12
D
8J
22
7
W
2ND V
YEAR 10A
It is always a tough ask playing Cranbrook in their own gym on
a Friday with the Cranbrook crowd trying their best to get into
the heads of the Trinity lads. The Seconds responded with quick
points put on the board to start the match with Tom Dickinson
(12La), Joseph Fayad (12Du) and James Spanos (11Ho) all
contributing to a strong half and a lead of nine at the break.
After watching the B Team lose in the final second of the game,
Trinity were pumped up and ready to take the floor. Ollie Davis
(Ke) came out blazing, providing a cushion on the scoreboard,
whilst Ryan Maranik’s (Ar) hustle at both ends of the floor
maintained the first half lead. Cranbrook came out fighting in
the second half, but Mackenzie Roberts (Mu) and Patrick Di
Giannantonio (Ho) steadied the ship with key minutes off the
bench. Tom Mackenzie’s (WJ) domination in the paint at both
ends, ensured victory for the green.
The second half began slowly, with both teams finding it hard to
add points to the half time total. Finally, Trinity found the basket
and the floodgates opened up, but to the Seconds credit there
‘D’ stayed solid, with Alex Andreatta’s (11Du) relentless hustle
allowing Cranbrook only six points for the half. Leading the way
for the Greens were Tom Dickinson (10 pts., 8 rebs.), Liam
Rasch (11WJ) (7 pts., 7 rebs.) and James Spanos (7 pts.).
4TH V
All Fourths players were able to find the basket in an impressive
defensive effort that keeps Trinity undefeated for the season.
Joseph Latif’s (11WJ) constant hustle helped him to notch up
10 points, a team high. Simon Ying (12Fo) playing out of position
was enormous on the boards, while Ben Li (11La) controlled the
tempo of the game and was to quick at times for the Cranbrook
defence.
5TH V
Trinity struggled to score early on, but great Team defence was
led by Anthony Bonaccoro (11St), which restricted Cranbrook
to a lead of 9-7 at the half. Lachlan Boys’ (11WJ) pace and
determination led to quick points in transition, bringing the score
to 19 all late in the game, Sam Trevena (11We) nailed a 3 pointer
to give Trinity a lead and Chris Elias (11Mu) controlled the game
in the dying minutes to ensure Trinity won the match.
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YEAR 10E
Trinity on the back of some pressing defence came from behind
to score an impressive 4-point win. Andrew O’Dea (La), Carl
Wingti (Sc) and Gabriel Whitfield (WJ) had enormous games
at both ends of the court. Trinity’s poise from the foul line also
proved crucial to their success.
YEAR 10G/H
The 10Hs drew 12-12 and the 10Gs had a rewarding 13-point
victory. Both games were pleasing, with everyone running hard
and focusing on accurate lay-ups under pressure. Special
mention goes to Ajay George (We) from the Gs and Richard
Waddington (Mu) from the Hs, who both played solidly, but
more importantly, with a ‘team before self’ attitude.
YEAR 9A
The 9As recovered strongly from a halftime deficit to win their first
game of the season. Thomas Corias’ (Hi) suffocating defence
and impressive shooting inspired his teammates, whilst David
Carreon (St) produced a dominant and all-round performance
as the Bottle Greens won by 6 points.
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YEAR 9B
Darcy Edwards (WJ) set the tone on defence and Kristian
Dahan (Hi) dominated his matchup at both ends of the court.
Andrew Jin (WJ) impressed offensively with several fast-break
points as the 9Bs maintained their strong start to the season with
another victory and solid defensive performance.
YEAR 9C
Trinity began the game with no intensity whatsoever, which led
to Cranbrook’s jumping out to a 16-4 lead. However, steady
offence from Roberto Olles (Ar) and great rebounding from
Marcus Buvac (WJ) led to Trinity’s being down only three points
at halftime. Great defensive pressure and sound offence in the
second half gave the boys a great comeback win.
With great team play the 8Cs fought off a fast finishing Cranbrook
to win a nail biting game by 1 point. Thomas Butler (St) provided
some early scoring combined with some key rebounds to see
Trinity take a small lead into the half. The second half saw a great
passing display with a strong effort on both ends of the court by
Tariq Bachir (La). A late crucial basket by Dhiren Satyendra
(Fo) put the game on ice.
YEAR 8D
Trinity came out firing with an amazing display of teamwork both
offensively and defensively to take a 6-point lead into the half.
Great vision and passing from Oliver Robinson (Ta) helped
Hugh Casimir (WH) show his offensive skill set scoring a game
high 13 points which boosted the Bottle Greens to victory.
YEAR 9D
YEAR 8E
After suffering a 3-point loss the week before, Trinity came out
with a point to prove. Great defensive pressure from Nicholas
Pizanias (He) led to easy fast break baskets for Andrew Kim
(We), which had Trinity up at 36-6 just before halftime. The Ds
did not let up in the second half with Jerry Ren (Ke) and Jacob
Taylor Tighe (Ta), scoring basket upon basket.
The mighty 8Es made it three straight victories with a solid 11-point
win. Despite starting the game slowly against Cranbrook, Trinity
was dominant in both halves. Excellent shooting by Paresh
Moodley (WH) and tremendous defence by Alex Thomson
(WJ) set the foundation for a great win.
YEAR 9E
The 9Es showed great composure to record a 47-16 win against
Cranbrook. Matthew Tuffy (Du) had a great game with strong
rebounding at both ends of the court and Ned Hatton-Ward (Sc)
made valuable contributions in offence.
YEAR 9F
A lethargic start in the warmer conditions saw a low scoring
first half characterized by poor ball security. The game changed
after half-time as Joe Basta (Ar) and Ethan Gunaratnam (Ar)
pushed Cranbrook into forced errors, and Trinity went on a large
scoring run resulting in the 39-15 win.
YEAR 8A
The 8As struggled in the first half with continuity on offence.
Cranbrook made them pay with some ‘light out’ shooting from the
perimeter to take a 5-point lead to the break. Trinity made some
defensive adjustments in the second half with Louis BanningTaylor (La), Eddy Alcock (WJ) and Alec MacKenzie (WJ)
each taking turns defending their hot shooters, which stopped
Cranbrook’s momentum. Offensively Trinity began to click and
began to take control of the match to close out the game with a
10 point victory. James Corben led all scorers with 19 points and
Richard Ziade added 14. CHARITY BASKETBALL
SHOOT-A-THON
Every three years Trinity Basketball Players have
the opportunity to get involved in the Charity
Basketball Shoot-a-thon. In 2011, the Trinity
Basketball community did a fantastic job handing
over a cheque for $3,000 to the Westmead
Children’s Hospital. This year the Shoot-a-thon
will be taking place in the Sports Centre between
7.10am and 1.50pm on Friday 14th November.
Prizes given to the boys who raise the most
funds include four Tickets to a Corporate Box at a
Sydney Kings Game, Rebel Sport Vouchers and
Hoyts Movie Vouchers. I would like to thank The
Hoyts Corporation for their generosity donating
the four “Box” tickets for the Sydney Kings Game
and Movie Vouchers.
Ben Morrissey | MIC Basketball
YEAR 8C
TRINITY GRAMMAR SCHOOL SPECIAL SYDNEY KINGS TICKET OFFER
On Tuesday the 21st October, Trinity hosted the Sydney Kings for a full day of training and as a thank you, the Kings
would like to offer the Trinity Community a special ticket deal for their game against the Adelaide 36ers.
The Details: Sydney Kings vs Adelaide 36ers on Sunday 9th November at 2pm
at the Qantas Credit Union Arena (formerly Sydney Entertainment Centre)
Special Ticket Offer: Adults at Kids prices (only $15*) and Trinity’s own seating section
Follow the link: http://premier.ticketek.com.au/shows/show.aspx?sh=KINGS0315
and enter the password: TRINITY before you click the “GET TICKETS” button
*(fees and charges apply)
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CRICKET
CAS vs CRANBROOK
Anuj Aloysius (11Sc) bowled superbly in his spell of 3-44 off 30 overs
OPENS
1ST XI
Cranbrook 164 vs Trinity 0-2.
On a flat batting pitch in warm conditions, Cranbrook
batted first and found the going tough. Our bowlers hit
the right areas consistently enough to restrict the run rate.
Even though we did not take wickets early, we did not bowl
poorly. We minimised the number of bad balls and were
able to apply pressure for the entire first session. We tied up
the batsmen for well over four hours as the ‘dot’ balls were
delivered with regular repetition. Our bowlers were able
to suffocate the batsmen at the crease as they restricted
them to scoring at less than two runs per over. The best of
the bowlers was Anuj Aloysius (11Sc) claiming 3-44 off
30 overs. He bowled beautifully. He bowled with patience,
precision and poise for an extended period of time giving
our seamers a chance to recover in the heat. All our
bowlers did a superb job with the wickets being shared.
Aiden Davies (12WJ) 2-17, James Webb (12WH) 2-21,
Joshua Weston (11He) 1-24, Austin Waugh (10St) 1-33
and Liam Scott (9We) 1-15 performed admirably and
in unison. Captain Mark Bastoulis (12Ar) did a fine job
marshalling the troops by rotating the bowlers well and
setting sensible fields, whilst Julian Dimas (11Ta) kept
cleanly and with the necessary enthusiasm. Our fielding
was also at an improved level, but knowing full well that
there is still room for development.
Overall it was a very good day for the team. However, the
job is not done until we chase this total down.
Andrew Yarad | 1st XI Coach
2ND XI
Trinity 6-137
In a rain-affected match, the 2nd XI will be after quick runs early on
day 2 in order to set the undefeated Cranbrook a difficult total to chase
down. Tristan Stansfield (12Ta) has been displaying some consistent
form and scored a valuable 43, while Nicholas Chan (11Mu) kept the
innings together on his way to 33 not out.
The 3rd and 4th XIs both found the going difficult against Cranbrook
and will need to be bring their best form to the match on the weekend
against Barker. Patrick Barlow (11Ar) bowled well for the 3rd XI to
claim 4-34.
CRICKET SATURDAY 11TH NOVEMBER 2014 | ROUND 3 ONE DAY | ROUND 3 TWO DAYS
Team
Opposition
Result
1st XI
Cranbrook School (CS)
Two day match in progress CS 164; TGS 0/2
Scores
Outstanding performances
Anuj Aloysius (11Sc) 3/44
2nd
XI
Cranbrook
Two day match in progress TGS 6/137
Tristan Stansfield (12Ta) 43;
Nicholas Chan (11Mu) 33 no;
Zachary Galluzzo (12Ho) 27
Patrick Barlow (11Ar) 4/34;
3rd XI
Cranbrook
Lost
CS 5/207; TGS 9/60
4th XI
Cranbrook
Lost
CS 3/227; TGS 9/83
10A
Cranbrook
Two day match in progress TGS 5/227
10B
Cranbrook
Won
9A
Cranbrook
Two day match in progress CS 209
-
9B
Cranbrook
Won
CS 71; TGS 1/76
Aniket Sharma (9Ta) 4/12;
9C
Newington College (NC)
Lost
NC 3/187; TGS 7/71
Richard Lew (9Du) 36 and 2/10
8A
Cranbrook
Draw
CS 4/204
-
8B
Cranbrook
Won
CS 36: TGS 1/43
Jordan Gupta (8WJ) 18no;
Michael Pahos (11Hi) 21
Raghavan Selvaratnam (10La) 87;
Ameer DiMeglio (10La) 68 no
CS 87; TGS 2/91
Matthew Doyle (10Hi) 53 no
Nicholas Webb (9WH) 34 no
Adam Quinlan (8Ho) 19no
8C
Sydney Grammar School (SGS)
Lost
SGS 5/134; TGS 57
-
Win rate: 3:4 43%
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10A
A consistent bowling and fielding performance should see us press
hard for a second successive victory on Day 2.
Chris Robinson | 10A Coach
10B
Accurate spin bowling on a turning TGS 3 wicket, backed up with
a good display of fielding saw Cranbrook restricted to a total of 87.
In reply Matthew Doyle (10Hi) made light of the Cranbrook total,
hitting the ball to all parts of the ground and even landing a six on
Victoria Road! He finished on 53 not out. Trinity chased down the
total with the loss of only 2 wickets in what was a clinical victory.
9A Cranbrook all out 209 vs Trinity 0-0
Brad Uglow (9He) 2/11, Jeremy Adams (9Fo) 2/21, and Blake
Byrne (9WH) 2/31 all toiled hard in hot conditions and were rewarded
with 2 wickets each. A couple of missed chances in the field meant
that the side is chasing a few more runs than they should be, but with
some determined batting, victory is not unattainable.
9B
Cranbrook were dismissed for only 71, thanks largely to some very
accurate bowling from Aniket Sharma (9 Ta). He recorded the fine
figures of 4-12. The run chase was performed clinically with Trinity
only losing 1 wicket. Nicholas Webb (9 WH) continued his good
form by scoring 34 not out and guiding his side to victory.
9C
A much improved effort from the 9Cs last weekend. Richard Lew
(9Du) had a very good match, scoring 36 runs and taking 2-10. It
has been pleasing to see the boys working hard at training in order
to keep trying to improve their skills.
8A
Mother Nature intervened in the 8A fixture after Cranbrook had
posted a formidable total of 204. Angus Macdonald (8Sc) bowled
well to claim 2-19, but there was not much support for him from the
other bowlers. Before Trinity could face a ball, the heavens opened
and the match was washed out.
8B
Another win sees the 8B side remain undefeated this season.
Cranbrook was bowled out for 36 with Alec Silins (8Sc) claiming 3
wickets. The total was chased down with only 1 wicket lost. Jordan
Gupta (8WJ) finished on 18 not out and Adam Quinlan (8Ho) on
19 not out.
8C
A tough game against Grammar saw the 8Cs fall short of chasing
down a total of 134 in 20 overs. A valiant effort was put up by the
boys, but it wasn’t enough to secure victory.
Ian Moran | MIC Cricket
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Trinity Grammar School
Sports Physiotherapy Clinic
The Trinity Grammar Sports Physiotherapy Clinic, is now
operating in the rooms below the Pastoral Care Centre. It is
open Wednesdays 7.00am-10.30am and is run by Mr Tom
Lombardo (’01), an old boy of the School. Having worked
extensively with elite and professional athletes at the
highest levels, Tom has a particular interest and expertise
in the highly specialised area of adolescent sporting injury
diagnosis and management.
With established links to an extensive network of quality
sports medicine physicians and by placing a strong
emphasis on specialist injury prevention, treatment and
rehabilitation, the TGS Sports Physiotherapy clinic will
ensure reliable and timely assessment and management
of your son’s injuries within the confines of the school
grounds.
Consultations at the clinic are for Trinity students only
and can be booked online (the link can be accessed
from the School’s home web page; www.trinity.nsw.edu.
au). The clinic will offer competitive rates and allow for
private health insurance rebates. The cost of the initial
consultation of a new injury is $78 and any subsequent
consultations will be charged at $68 per service.
TRINITY GRAMMAR SPORTS PHYSIOTHERAPY CLINIC
After winning the toss again Mark Dedes (10St) 7 and Raghavan
Selvaratnam (10La) 87 had first use of the lovely batting strip.Mark
had the temerity to try a quick single after being dropped at first slip
only then to be ignominiously run out at the bowler’s end. This joy for
the visitors from the East was short lived as Ameer Dimeglio (10La)
68 not out and Raghavan then proceeded to have a three- hour, 170
run 2nd wicket partnership. Finally, Raghavan was bowled for an
excellent 87, which included 7 well struck boundaries. Ameer stayed
to the end and whilst we lost a few more cheap wickets finished the
warm day well on top at 5/227 off 51 overs.
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TENNIS
Last weekend’s fixture against Cranbrook was a very successful
affair with the boys in Bottle Green winning 12 of the 16 matches
on hand for a 75% winning rate. All Opens, Year 10 and Year 8
teams had clean sweep victories, whilst the Year 9 contingent
tried hard but couldn’t convert any wins.
The 1st 1V set the tone early in the hot conditions at Rose
Bay with a strong 6 sets to 2 victory. The first doubles pairing
of James Ibrahim (12Ho) and Kevin Batliwala (11Yo) started
very slowly and was outplayed in the first set, despite a late
comeback, eventually conceding the set to the tune of 7-5. A low
first service percentage combined with a high number of double
faults and unforced errors accounted for the mediocre start. To
their credit they rallied and ‘won ugly’ to the tune of 6 games to 3
in the second set to square up the ledger. On the adjacent court
Dario Kmet (8Ke), returning from injury combined convincingly
with Johnathon Nicolaou (11Du) to be straight sets victors over
their opposition, displaying many pleasing attributes along the
way. The pairing can further improve by consolidating a higher
first service percentage and by looking to poach more often at
the net when they sense a weaker return. The team closed out
the match by taking 3 of the 4 remaining singles rubbers with
Johnathon Nicolaou returning to the winner’s circle registering
his first win of the season. The team needs to ‘start strongly’ and
maintain pressure tomorrow, against an in-form and undefeated
Barker outfit who currently sit on top of the table.
The 2nd 1V bounced back positively this week with a
comprehensive performance across the board in their strong 6
sets to 2 win. The victory was cemented after a decisive doubles
performance by both pairings, who failed to drop a set, and later
put it beyond doubt by Harrison Gai (12Fo) with his 6-3 singles
win which denied the home team any possibility of a comeback
win.
images above, left to right: First doubles pairing of James Ibrahim
(12Ho) and Kevin Batliwala (11Yo). Kieran Chu (12We) 2nd 1V. Dario
Kmet (8Ke) back from injury for the 1st IV.
CAS TENNIS SUMMER 2014/15
SATURDAY 1ST NOVEMBER | ROUND 3 AWAY
Team
Opposition
Result
Sets
Games
1st IV
Cranbrook
Won
6-2
43-29
2nd IV
Cranbrook
Won
6-2
36-20
3rd IV
Cranbrook
Won
4-2
28-21
4th IV
Cranbrook
Won
5-1
37-22
10A
Cranbrook
Won
5-1
36-16
10B
Cranbrook
Won
5-1
33-8
10C
Cranbrook
Won
6-0
36-8
10D
Cranbrook
Won
6-0
36-7
9A
Cranbrook
Lost
0-6
9-36
9B
Cranbrook
Lost
1-5
15-37
9C
Cranbrook
Lost
1.5-4.5
13-33
9D
Cranbrook
Lost
1.5-4.5
13-32
8A
Cranbrook
Won
6-0
38-15
8B
Cranbrook
Won
6-0
37-12
8C
Cranbrook
Won
6-0
36-7
8D
Cranbrook
Won
6-0
36-0
Overall winning rate: 75%. 12 Wins 4 Losses
Jeremy Dykgraaff | MIC Tennis
3RD AND 4TH
After disappointing losses to Knox last week, the 3rd and 4th
teams came back strong against a tough Cranbrook side,
recording solid wins in both teams.
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In the 3rds, the doubles pairing of Brendon Bechara (12Ho)
and Iwan Daniels (11St) maintained a safe lead throughout
their match, sealing a 6-3 victory. Brendon and Matthew Chan
(12We) dominated the baseline in their singles matches, both
smashing their way to 6-1 victories.
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In the 4ths, Tristan Kontonis (11Fo) showed splendid control
both at the baseline and the net, and outplayed his opponent 6-1.
Victor Wu (11Mu) destroyed his opponent with devastating effect,
blasting winner after winner on his backhand. Commendations
must go to Jonathan Wang (11WJ), who demolished his singles
opponent with a scorching forehand, closing the match off with a
spectacular score of 6-0.
Victor Wu (11Mu)
10As AND 10Bs
It was nice to see the 10As back in the winner’s circle. Matthew
Rorie (Fo) at A1 and Luca Kmet (Ke) at A2 led the way with
decisive wins in both doubles and singles. Matthew’s baseline
half-volley crosscourt forehand winner off a deep, powerful drive,
and Luca’s flick top-spin lob winner from baseline to baseline
had to be seen to be believed! Brendan Sleiman (Ta) did well at
A3 to come back from 2-4 down to win 6-4, and Nakul Kaushik
(Mu) dismissed his opponent 6-1.
VOLLEYBALL
TRINITY OTU DEFEATED THE 1ST VI
3-0 (25-22, 29-27, 25-22)
Amidst the intense Saturday heat, the 1st VI volleyball team
fought its hardest challenge yet in a three-hour game against
the Trinity Old Boys. The first set kicked off strongly, with
Angus Webster (11WJ) securing several points with strategic
attacks that provoked faults in the opposition. Lewis Jupp
(11WH) and Thomas Mackenzie (10WJ) capitalised upon this
well-established momentum with no hesitation at the net and
dominant spikes. However, a strong defence by the Old Boys
was enough to narrowly overcome the boys in Green and White.
The 10Bs continue on their triumphant way, with Matthew Herro
(WH) the standout. Playing his aggressive all-court game, he
won his doubles with Blake Murray (Ta) 6-1 and his singles 6-0.
Campbell Krol’s (Ar) 6-1 is also worthy of note, featuring as
it did his most potent weapon, the double-handed cross court
backhand.
For the two sets to follow, David Jeavons (12Ta) was relentless
in his defence and showed no sign of fatigue to the crowd. The
whole team lifted to tackle the fierce play from their challengers
and came off just short of claiming the two sets. While the end
result was a loss, for both the rookies and more experienced
players, the game proved that there are always new goals to
strive towards and areas to improve upon. The game also gave
birth to a sense of confidence in knowing the true power of the
team in any game situation and has poised us in a good stance
to take on Barker this Saturday.
Ash Lucas | 10As and 10Bs Coach
James Douglas | 1st VI Captain
9As AND 9Bs
Both the weather and the opposition were too hot for Trinity’s
9As and 9Bs. The match conditions were far from ideal – the
temperature was 37 degrees and possibly hotter on court. In this
challenging environment Cranbrook comfortably defeated Trinity
with only the loss of one set. Philip Kyriacou (8Sc) was the
only Trinity player to win a set. His 6-3 win was the only positive
moment in a very arduous day of CAS competition at Dangar
courts.
Will Henry | 9As and 9Bs Coach
8As AND 8Bs
The 8A and 8B Tennis teams had convincing wins over the
weekend at home against Cranbrook. The A team came back
very strongly after their disappointing loss the previous weekend
against Knox. The boys at times lacked the necessary focus in
their doubles sets, but both pairs of players managed to come
away with the win. This was likewise the same in the singles sets,
but having secured all 4 sets the boys should be commended
on their ability to close matches. Special mention goes to
Edward Lai (8St), who had his first win of the season in the
number one position in convincing fashion, 6 games to 1. The
B team, although not always comfortable in their performances,
continued their fine start to the season by also winning all of their
sets. Special mention goes to John Sarris (8Ta) and Justin
Sleiman (8Ta), who were clinical in their singles and doubles,
as well as Gregory Aravanis (8We), who was able to claw his
way to victory in tight matches. Both teams will be sternly tested
tomorrow in an away match at Barker College.
David Kwong | 8As and 8Bs Coach
www.trinity.nsw.edu.au
SWIMMING
CAS SWIMMING SQUAD - SEASON BEGINNINGS
The CAS Swimming Squad commenced the season with a
confident and determined swim at the first Time Trial on the 10th
October, then with an inaugural mixed Carnival with Meriden
against PLC Sydney and Newington last Friday night. Both
events have seen swims of high quality, competitiveness and
personal bests.
The first Time Trial, held at TGS pool, highlighted the enthusiasm
of the team, producing personal best times and great swims
within all age groups to kick start the season. This gives us a base
from which to build and prepare for the CAS Championships. We
followed this up by a team breakfast in the pool area, where the
Head Coach Matthew Brown spoke passionately about effort and
commitment to training over the next four months in preparation
for CAS. Mr Engele spoke about how much their hard work is
respected by the rest of the School and wished them all the
best for the upcoming season. Our Swimming leadership, led
by Joshua Simat (12He) welcomed the old and new boys to the
team and acknowledged the great times recorded by many of the
swimmers on the night. Oliver Hoare (12St) showed incredible
commitment to the team by running in the 3000m NSW All
Schools at Homebush, winning, patiently waiting for his trophy,
running to the car then arriving at the pool to line up with literally
seconds to spare for his time trial! With leadership like that we
are in great hands.
Remarkably the times for the mixed carnival were even better
than the first one-- was it something to do with impressing their
new team members from Meriden? Many posted personal bests
and most came in under their first times for various races. It
is true that one of our Senior swimmers, Alston Jeroff (12Hi)
suffered a cramp in his biceps from over-flexing. Apparently
he was just ‘warming up, as per usual’. Jake Griffin (12He),
one of our inspirational leaders, swam in four races despite
returning from illness at the beginning of the week to still post
great swims. James Traiforos (12Sc) swam a blistering 50BK
recorded at 25.55s, despite ( or because of?) completing his
HSC examinations on the day. It was so fast a swim that the time
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keepers looked stunned! James always puts his team first and
is a huge asset to us.
Some notable personal best times were Matthew Ng (8Ke)
33.52s in 50Fly, Logan Kaye (8Ho) 29.03s in 50FS, Gary
Koshnitsky (6 JS) 28.47s 50FS, Matthew Moore (8Ke) in the
50Fly, BK and BR events, Declan (Deckers) Heim (10 We)
33.26s in 50BS and Christopher Hoare (11 St) 26:72s in 50Fly.
It is rumoured PLC Sydney had to put on another bus once
they heard Chris was swimming. He must have made a good
impression handing out programmes although apparently he
had misplaced his shirt for some time.
All in all a great first night and thanks to everyone who ran itChris Allum, Colman Wong, Dave Roberts and Matthew Brownand especially to the parents who helped with last minute time
keeping after a long week at work. Thank you for your ongoing
support of your boys and the team, it is much appreciated.
Trinity and Meriden (616 points) def. Newington and PLC
Sydney (592 points).
Janet Wonders | MIC Swimming
2ND VI
The basic difference between the two teams was that too many
of our attempted goals hit the woodwork or were aimed straight
at the goalie, making the game an excellent learning experience.
The St Aloysius’ team were also faster to respond to breakdowns
and missed attempts, applying constant pressure to our defence.
Congratulations to Alec Sheehy (12Du) who scored all three of
our goals. Special mention should also go to James Verykios
(11Hi) for playing a very passionate game in defence, and Noah
Thomas (11He) for his persistence in both attack and defence.
16As
Despite a hot morning at Cabaritta pool, our team had an excellent
warm-up and this enabled them to launch into the game, highly
competitive. All four quarters were fiercely contested which
resulted in two missed penalties and the team identifying areas
for improvement. Despite our boys being yet to reach their
full potential, they did Trinity proud by holding off a physically
demanding game to secure a 2 goal win. Congratulations to
our goal scores: John Dunn (10La), Harris Vlahopoulos (10St)
and Braydon Gossling (10Ar).
16Bs
WATER POLO
Team
Opposition
Score
Results
1st VII
St Aloysius’ College
6-5
Win
2nd VII
St Aloysius’ College
7-3
Loss
16As
St Aloysius’ College
4-2
Win
16Bs
St Aloysius’ College
3-3
Draw
16Cs
St Aloysius’ College
11-1
Win
14As
St Aloysius’ College
6-5
Win
14Bs
St Aloysius’ College
3-2
Loss
WON, LOSS, DRAW
1STS VII
Trinity was slow getting into the game, allowing for easy turnovers
and final passes not hitting their mark. The team’s defence was
again strong, denying St Aloysius’ the opportunity to capitalise on
our mistakes and allowing our boys to secure a 5-3 lead going
into the half time break. With both schools keen to walk away
with a victory, St Aloysius’ were relentless in their attack, forcing
our boys to miss a few key scoring opportunities. We entered
the final quarter with a narrow 1 goal lead as the final minutes of
the game became a war of attrition where neither team was able
to score a goal. In the end, Trinity emerged victorious for the
second consecutive week!
Congratulations to Hayden Molla (9Ta), Christopher Artemi
(12Hi) and Blake Artemi (12Hi) on scoring goals.
Chris Artemi (12Hi) (Co-Captain), taking a shot at gaol.
Trinity controlled the 1st quarter, moving the ball around but
struggling to capitalise on goal scoring opportunities. Losing
our centre forward, Thomas Lambert (9Fo), early in the game
due to a back injury disrupted our attack, forcing a reliance upon
counter attacks. The game opened up and became somewhat
of a swimming contest. Matthew Moon (10We), who was also
injured, assisted with running the bench to ensure fresh bodies
were in the water and encouraging his teammates. The team
matched St Aloysius’ goal for goal, but were unable to grab a
clear lead due to their tight defence. At the final whistle the
teams were locked at 3 apiece.
Congratulations to Lachlan Ilias (10Sc) and Nathan Rohr (9Ho)
on scoring goals.
16Cs
The mighty 16Cs produced a dominating performance in their
first official game for the season. It was great to see the boys
work as team to outplay their opponents in every aspect of the
game. Special mention must go to our captain, Ben Austin (9Hi),
who controlled the counter attacks through his strong passes, as
well as a fine effort by Water Polo debutant James Kapaniris
(10WH).
14As
This game was a grind for the first two quarters, with our team
struggling to communicate, resulting in questionable defence and
St Aloysius’ scoring 2 goals. The half-time talk focused on the
importance of defence, rather than attack, and the boys stepped
up! Ryan Hansen (8We) converted two five metre goals and
another two outside shots. As the game progressed, our boys
came together as a team, improving their communication and
structuring their attack. Congratulations to Sam Boffa (8Yo)
who sealed the deal with a late minute counter attack to win 6-5!
14Bs
Saturday was a tough day at the office for the 14Bs with both
teams evenly placed and St Aloysius’ scoring a final goal in
the last quarter, resulting in a win for the opposition. However,
despite being put under pressure by the opposition, our boys
did an incredibly good job making solid passes, setting up well
in attack and learning to take a foul if needed. All boys played
well by sticking to the game plan especially in the 2nd half of the
match. Special mention must go to goal scorers Logan Kaye
(8Ho) and Max Russel (8Ho), as well as Will Belloro (8He) and
Ben Hutchinson (8Ar) who defended several goals. Well done
to all boys!
James Martin | MIC Water Polo
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MATHEMATICS CLUB MATTERS
MATHEMATICS CLUB MATTERS COMPETITION
Guest Speaker: Matthew Connell
It was pleasing to see there were many submissions to and much
interest in the problems in Bulletin IV from both Middle School
and Senior School boys interested in experiencing Mathematics.
Every correct solution will go into the draw for the chance to win
a major prize at the end of each term.
Congratulations to last week’s winners, Konny Lee (8Yo) and
Joshua Seet-Lee (11Ke) for having the first correct solutions
drawn from the Middle School and Senior School boxes. Would
they please see Dr Osman for their weekly winning prize.
The answer for the Middle School Problem was there are
100 seats so if there are 42 adults, and there must be 58
pensioners. The five-digit palindromic number for the Senior
School Problem was 12321. Complete worked solutions for the
Middle School and Senior School problem have been posted
outside the Mathematics Department office.
THIS WEEK’S PROBLEM FOR BULLETIN V:
Upcoming Special Event on
1. Years 7-9: Middle School Problem
due on Monday10 November 2014
CRACKING THE CODE!
The “Mathematics Club” at the School is pleased to present the
following special event on Cracking the Code: The Story of the
WWII Enigma Code Breaking Machine
Can you find three distinct positive integers A, B, and C such
that the sum of their reciprocals equals 1? Please show
working to justify your answer!
Details of the event:
Date
Friday 21st November 2014
Time
1:10pm (Lunch-Time)
Where
Experimental Drama Theatre
Speaker Matthew Connell, Senior Curator,
Curatorial Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences
2. Years 10-12: Senior School Problem
due on Monday 10 November 2014
A cereal company places prizes in its cereal boxes. There
are four different prizes distributed evenly over all the boxes
that the company produces. On average, how many boxes
of cereal would you need to buy before you collected a
complete set? Please show working to justify your answer!
Matthew Connell is a Senior Curator at the Powerhouse
Museum. He started at the Museum in 1991 as the curator of
computing and mathematics and has curated a number of
exhibitions and programmes about computers, robots, logic,
gambling, and various other aspects of science, technology and
mathematics. In 1993 he acquired a WW2 German army Enigma
cipher machine for the museum’s collection. It has become one
of the museum’s most popular objects as the story of the WW2
Allied code breakers has become better known over the last two
decades.
Summary of Talk: As long as humans have been communicating,
they have attempted to do so secretly. They have also wanted to
know other people’s secrets. The art of secret writing is nearly as
old as writing, with cryptographers devising ever more elaborate
ways of hiding messages, while cryptanalysts devise even more
elaborate ways of finding those messages. In WW2 the German
military used the Enigma cipher machine, the most sophisticated
system to have existed. It was so sophisticated they thought it
uncrackable. First Polish then British mathematicians proved
them wrong, and in the process designed some very clever and
influential machines.
Event supported by:
Please place your name and House group with your
submission by Monday lunch-time (1.15PM) at the
Mathematics Department Office.
Dr Frederick Osman | MIC Mathematics Club
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is constantly updated so be sure to visit again and again!
Classic Cars
Owners of interesting vehicles from within the School community and through friends are
encouraged to join us in our annual Fiesta Classic Car show on the main oval. This year we
are hoping for a much larger turn-out of cars, so bring along your automobile for a day out and
enjoy the company of fellow enthusiasts within a festival atmosphere.
Contact James Trevena for more details.
email [email protected] or mobile 0410 552 153
www.trinity.nsw.edu.au
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NEW INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL AND PROCEEDINGS OF YOUNG ARCHIMEDES
CALL FOR STUDEN T PAPERS
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ARCHIM
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The Mathematics Club has initiated a new and unique Journal and Proceedings of Young Archimedes
which publishes academic online papers of secondary students in the fields of Mathematics Applications
and provides a forum to exchange mathematical ideas, activities, and/or sharing and interpreting high
school research.
STYLE
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Manuscripts will be reviewed by the Editor, in consultation with the Associate Editors, to decide whether
the paper will be considered for publication in the Journal. Issues are scheduled to be published in June
and December. An electronic version of each issue is posted to the Trinity Grammar School Mathematics
Club web site http://www.trinity.nsw.edu.au/1_senior/spirit_maths.html as a formal publication.
Aims Of This New Initiative:
1. The Journal and Proceedings of Young Archimedes publishes academic online papers of secondary students in the fields of
Mathematics Applications.
2. To provide a forum to exchange mathematical ideas, activities, and/or sharing and interpreting high school research.
3. To pioneer a new field of educational endeavour to be the first Mathematics International Journal publication for High
Schoolers.
4. All Trinity students who are interested in unique mathematical ideas, activities, and/or sharing interpreting high school
research are encouraged to submit a paper. All students completing HSC and/or IB essays or projects with relevance to the
fields of Mathematics Applications are highly encouraged to submit a paper for refereeing within the Journal and Proceedings
of Young Archimedes.
Outcomes:
1. Issues are scheduled to be published in June and December of each Year.
2. A Maximum of 6 long papers (max 6 pages) or 12 short papers (max 3 pages) for each issue.
3. An electronic version of each issue is posted on the Trinity Grammar School Mathematics Club web site publication.
Enquiries relating to submission and production of articles should refer to the Style Guide (see the link below) or direct any
enquires to Dr Frederick Osman on [email protected]
Dr Frederick Osman | MIC Mathematics Club
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE STYLE GUIDE
CAREERS
Macquarie University
Accelerated HSC Students Programme: This programme
allows high achieving students in their final year of the HSC to
undertake a university course. Units undertaken as part of this
programme will not form part of the HSC or contribute towards
the students’ ATAR. However, the programme will count towards
a degree program with Macquarie University. There are no tuition
fees for students in this programme. Courses are available from
the faculties of Arts, Human Sciences and Science. Contact:
(02) 9850 6831 or [email protected] http://mq.edu.au/
study/undergraduate/getting_in/entry_schemes_and_pathways/
accelerated_hsc_students_program
EducationUSA
This U.S. Government Website provides advice to students
interested in applying to U.S. colleges and universities.
Information includes how to apply, testing, financial aid, visas,
and more. The U.S. Consulate General in Sydney has an
EducationUSA Centre and students, parents & career advisers
can make appointments to visit the centre.
https://www.educationusa.info/australia
the day to provide information and advice regarding courses,
scholarships, entry schemes and pathways.
http://www.uts.edu.au/future-students/info-day
TAFENSW
The Northern Sydney Institute Information Sessions:
>> Bachelor of IT (Network Security): Wednesday 5th November,
6.30pm, Meadowbank Campus Building P, Level 4
>> Bachelor of Hotel Management: Tuesday 11th November,
4.00pm, Ryde Campus, Building A, Level 5
>> Floristry Information Session: Tuesday 11th November,
6.00pm, Level 5 Auditorium, Building A Ryde Campus
>> Bachelor of Graphic Design: Saturday 22nd November,
10.00am, St Leonards Campus, Cameraygal, building J
>> Bachelor of Education (Birth to Five Years): Tuesday 25th
November, 6.30pm, Crows Nest Campus, Level 1 auditorium
>> Associate Degree of Accounting: Tuesday 9th December,
7.00pm, Meadowbank Campus Building P, Level 5, Room
P.5.0.2
UNSW
Save the Date: UNSW 2015 Careers Advisor Seminar
Friday 27th February, UNSW Kensington Campus https://www.
unsw.edu.au/future-students/domestic-undergraduate/parentseducators/career-advisers-seminar-2015
>> Associate Degree of Accounting: Tuesday 27th January 2015,
7.00pm, Meadowbank Campus Building P, Level 5, Room
P.5.0.2
UTS
2015 Information Day
Tue 6th January, 9.00am – 4.0pm, UTS City Campus
UTS information day aims to assist potential UTS students to
make educated decisions on course selection before close of
main round preferences. Students and staff will be available on
The Northern Sydney Institute New Film and TV Courses:
The Film and Television faculty at the Northern Sydney Institute
has developed an innovative study option which allows students
to complete two qualifications in just one year and get a head
start in the industry. http://www.nsi.tafensw.edu.au/About/News/
Item.aspx?NewsId=357#sthash.fkEbyJ6j.dpuf
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>> http://www.nsi.tafensw.edu.au/About/News/EventList.aspx
www.trinity.nsw.edu.au
Academy of Interactive Entertainment
2015 Work Experience Programme: This programme is for
students in Years 10 to 12 and includes a range of activities,
including 3D animation, programming, product testing, and much
more. http://www.aie.edu.au/StudentInformation/workexp
VET in Schools Programme - NSW: AIE offers Vocational
Education and Training in Schools in the industry areas of game
development, 3D animation and visual effects. The Certificate II
in Creative Industries (3d Animation Foundations), Certificate II
in Information, Digital Media & Technology (Game Programming
Foundations) & Certificate III in Media (Game Design
Foundations) are all on offer. These courses are nationally
accredited and contribute to student’s School Certificate or HSC
(but not to the ATAR). http://www.aie.edu.au/vet-nsw
Leckie’s Larder
Homemade Jams, Chutneys,
Pickles, Relishes, Jellies
TRINITY MUMS AND GRANDMO THERS
WE NEED YOUR HELP!
This is an individual stall at the Trinity Fiesta with
goods supplied and decorated by “Trinity Mums”
for sale at the Fiesta. In 2013 we raised over
$1,600 for the school.
This year we are looking for more assistance with
some of the staples of condiment making:
DIVISION 1
Years 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 (separate pools) in the
Sports Centre
DIVISION 2
Years 4, 5 and 6 on the Number 2 Oval Basketball
Courts
TIME 10am - 1pm
COST
$30per team (cost includes registration with
3X3planet.com and Free FIBA App)
For more information email [email protected]
com or call 0408 697 948
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
>> Making of Chutneys, Jams, Relishes, Jellies,
Pickles, Marmalade, Pasta Sauces, etc;
>> Labelling and decorating jars;
>> Donations of small clean jars (holding up to
300g) with plastic or tin lids, old labels removed;
>> Setting up and manning of stall;
>> Donations of the following goods: Tomatoes,
Sugar, Oranges, Lemons and Onions
Please contact:
Lara Mihaljevic
mobile 0416 139 963 or
email [email protected] or
Regina Marks
mobile 0418 413 361 or
email [email protected]
Or leave donations with Sue Trunk at the Summer
Hill Reception.
SATURDAY 29TH NOVEMBER 2014 | 10AM - 5PM
SILEN T AUCTION DONATIONS
Before you know it, our 2014 Family Fiesta will be on. We are seeking donations for items to be
sold in the Silent Auction.
You can help by sending in meal vouchers for restaurants, items used in leisure activities, vouchers
for ‘experiences’, sporting memorabilia, jewellery, homewares, vouchers for music lessons, floral
arrangements or beauty treatments….. The list is endless.
For more information contact Fiona Davies mobile 0417 448 663 email [email protected]
www.trinity.nsw.edu.au
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THIS WEEK...
Friday, 7 November 2014
Year 12 - IB Examinations - continue (TR)
3:45pm
Years 8-12 - Cadets - Remembrance Services with OTU (7) (Chapel) (Afternoon Tea DH 3pm)
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Debating - Internal Trial No. 2 (New School)
7:00pm - 10:30pm
Swimming and Diving - CAS Invitation (SOPAC)
Saturday, 8 November 2014
CAS - Round 4 - Trinity vs Barker
Cricket - 2 Day - Round 3 - Cranbrook v Trinity (Day 2)
9:00am - 10:00am
Junior School - Open Day
10:00am - 12:00pm
Open Day - Middle & Senior School (AH & TR)
1:00pm - 1:30pm
1sts Basketball Afternoon Tea (DH)
Sunday, 9 November 2014
Years 11-12 - Exhibition concludes - Ti Tree (DG)
10:45am
Cadets - Remembrance Day (Ashfield)
12:15pm - 5:00pm
Boarders Excursion: Sydney Kings Basketball Game (Sydney Entertainment Centre)
2:30pm - 4:00pm
Cadets - Remembrance Day (Rookwood)
Monday, 10 November 2014
Year 12 - IB Examinations - continue (TR)
7:25am
Overnight Year 11 Visual Art Bundanon Camp departs (Nowra)
Tuesday, 11 November 2014
REMEMBRANCE DAY
Year 11 Visual Art Bundanon Camp continues (Nowra)
Year 12 - IB Examinations - continue (TR)
8:45am - 1:00pm
Excursion - 10HI1 - Walking Tour of the Rocks (Sydney)
3:50pm - 5:30pm
1sts & 2nds Basketball Inter-School Basketball with Sydney Grammar (SC)
6:30pm
Summer Hill Auxiliary - Annual General Meeting (AHL)
7:30pm
P & F - Meeting (AHL)
Wednesday, 12 November 2014
Year 11 Visual Art Bundanon Camp returns (Nowra)
Year 12 - IB Examinations - continue (TR)
8:00am
Year 9 - Field Studies Programme - Camp (2) departs (Victoria Street)
Thursday, 13 November 2014
Year 12 - IB Examinations - continue (TR)
8:30am - 3:30pm
Excursion - 9MAH2 Inquisitive Mids - Talented Mathematicians Workshop (Homebush Boys High School)
5:00pm
Diving - CAS Invitation (SOPAC)
Friday, 14 November 2014
Cricket - 2 Day - Round 4 - Trinity v Barker (Day 1)
Year 12 - IB Examinations - continue (TR)
7:10am - 1:50pm
Charity Basketball Shoot-a-thon (SC)
4:30pm - 6:00pm
CAS Basketball Round 5 vs St Aloysius (Milson’s Point)
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Debating - Internal Trial No. 3 (New School)
6:45pm - 9:30pm
Boarders Excursion: Skye Zone (Alexandria)
CANTEEN | CAFETERIA ROSTER
WEEK 6 | 10th November - 14th November
WEEK 7 | 17th November - 21st November
Monday
Ellis, J; Hooper, A; Oo, Htar Htar.
Monday
Bobb, D.
Tuesday
Keogh, M; Kerry, L; Thomas, A.
Tuesday
Ewida, G; Gebron, C.
Wednesday Khoury, F; Kostoglou, O; Moore, D.
Wednesday Arraj, T; Griffith, K; Kostoglou, O; Moore, D; Morfis, S.
Thursday
Liang, H; Nigro, D.
Thursday
Alcock, E,
Friday
McGrath, S.
Friday
Gavin, J; Moularas, H; Sestan, A.
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Council of Trinity Grammar School, CRICOS Code: 02308G
Milton Cujes | Head Master | Friday 7 November 2014