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Trinity News : November 2008
ALUMNI FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE OTU This year the OTU improved on last year’s performance in summer sport against the School, in what proved to be an entertaining day. The overall winner is awarded the Jubilee Cup. The basketball and volleyball were see-sawing matches which the OTU eventually narrowly won. In the cricket, tight bowling and fielding, from the OTU, resulted in a comfortable win for the OTU, making a clean sweep of the day. Congratulations to all players for the high level of skill demonstrated and the great sense of sportsmanship and good humour with which each match was played. The involvement of the Year 12 school leavers in OTU teams will ensure a strong and exciting competition in 2009. The Back to Trinity Day this year was held in June with a casual get together for Old Boys at the conclusion of the Rugby and was held in the Delmar Gallery. The day was again a success in attracting Old Boys back to the School. Each year the OTU awards a scholarship to the son of an Old Boy from Year 10, currently attending the School. Interviews of this year’s candidates were conducted in September by the OTU. The eight candidates all presented extremely well. Congratulations to Matthew Steele-Smith (11He) who was awarded the scholarship and stood out as fulfilling all of the selection criteria of the OTU. The OTU was in attendance at the Year 12 Valedictory Dinner where more than 200 OTU ties were presented, each student receiving one as he has now become a life member. The Trinity Fiesta is scheduled for the 29th November. The OTU mans the BBQ on the day. It is another great opportunity for Old Boys to get together and connect with the School. If any Old Boy is able to assist on the day please call the School and leave your contact details with Mr Stephen Heanly. The OTU is seeking an Old Trinitarian who has the time and is interested in volunteering their services to foster the Trinitarian’s Alumni Professional Network Mentorship Programme. The role of the volunteer would be to contact Old Trinitarians to invite them to become mentors and to assist with communicating the services offered by the programme, particularly to recent School leavers. Those interested should contact me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or at work on 02 9744 5766. They may also contact Mr Heanly at the School. Ric Otton | President THE HEANLY REPORT Have you seen the new Online Directory? There are many new features as well as a fresh look. This site has proven to be a great way for class mates to find fellow Old Boys and then allowed them to keep in touch. Please log on to http://internet- alumni.com/nsw/trinity/ to see what’s going on and to add some photos and your biography. Whilst there, please feel free to check your details and update them if you need to. This is the best way for the School to keep our records accurate and therefore enable us to contact you about various functions and reunions. The reunions again have been in full swing with a few more to take place towards the end of the year. Please see below the year groups for next year and feel free to contact me if you would like to assist in the organisation of your reunion. Stephen Heanly | Director Community Relations REUNIONS FOR 2009 2004, 1999, 1994, 1989, 1984, 1979, 1974, 1969, 1964, 1958/59, 1954 Your year co-ordinator will be in touch to organise a suitable date for your year group 44 TRINITY NEWS Ric Otton E Steve Heanly M E N T E T S G M U L T A S