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Trinity News : July 2010
CAS SWIMMING - TO THE POWER OF 7! One might be forgiven for approaching the CAS Swimming Championships with a certain “Ho-hum” attitude, given our previous six wins, but there was none of that on the night of Thursday 11 March. Instead there was a constant air of excitement and unending vocal support as our magnifcent squad broke record after record, and gained high place after high place to run away from the pack to retain the Thyne Shield for the seventh successive time! Our divers, too, performed outstandingly, and brought the Stephen Barnett Shield back to its rightful residence after a short sojourn away. However, lest all this is tempting fate, we must add that the lads concerned realise that it is their dedication to developing their God-given talents that has achieved so much, and that even so fortune’s wheel may change direction at any time. We do appreciate their efforts and the strength of the commitment of both competitors and coaches, not to mention the tremendous support provided by those unsung heroes, the mums and dads who in turn develop their skills as taxi drivers, dieticians and support counsellors! Congratulations to all concerned. Some impressive Statistics! CAS Swimming 2010 Statistics ´ Trinity won 37 of the 73 events contested over the evening and were runner up in another 17 Events. The School had no 6th places. ´ Trinity attained 511 points, the School’s 4th consecutive time to scored over 500 points. ´ The School set 9 CAS records with 6 being for individual events and 3 for relays including: Patrick Yap’s (8La) record-breaking swim Nicholas Hutt (10Sc) Benjamin Romeo (12Sc) Swimming Captain, Josiah Purss (12Sc) Diving Captain and the Head Master Nathaniel Romeo (12Sc) celebrates