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Trinity News : November 2008
Lewisham Mini Olympics The Lewisham Mini-Olympics, held on Friday August 15, showed that Australia is ready for the XXXIII Olympiad! Right from the Opening Ceremony, and without any moaning whatsoever, the Olympians from Lewisham performed magnificently! They demolished the track events with ease, leapt o’er the hurdles, threw javelins and hammers with aplomb, burnt up the track in the cycling, made more than a mere hobby the equestrian event and despite some stumbles, ran magnificent sack races and ball dribbling events. The air positively glittered with gold medals as the multitudinous contests were attempted and won! So we confidently predict that the XXXIII OLYMPIAD in 2024 will be dominated by these masterful athletes from Trinity Grammar School Lewisham Campus, 2008! A huge thank you to Mrs Suzanne Floro and her staff, many of whom had as their stewards’ uniform glorious pink wigs, for providing a most imaginative sports day and entertainment for the lads and their parents and grandparents who attended in force! | Ron Ogier Catching up with Cadel! The champion cyclists at our Olympics were (l-r) Mohammad Hijazi, Dominic Lay, Zain Rasool (all Year 1) Hoping to have the race in the bag is Leon Pegios (Year 1) No danger of equine flu here as l-r Connor Murphy, Vincent Buda, Dominic Lay, James Bednaic, Sam Boffa, Billy Salameh and Owen Duke (all Year 1) prepare their steeds for an equestrian event Pink wigs identified the Olympic Stewards and Official, as shown here by Mr Suliasi Niulala (Year 2 teacher) 42 TRINITY NEWS Daring dribbling from our future Football greats l-r George Eggleton and Thomas Lambert (all Year 2) 1 2 1 The boys often work collaboratively. 2 This is a CD/DVD player with TV and speakers.” Boys Left to Right Jim, Thomas B. Max, Ned, Jordan and Thomas M. 3 This is a construction of water for a crocodile and a hospital for the animals who are injured