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Trinity News : July 2010
Teacher: What punctuation would you put after this sentence ‘Did you see the hundred dollar note blowing along the road’? Student: Please Sir, I would make a dash after it! Well, there might well have been a million dollars blowing along the course on Thursday April 1 for the Finals of the Head Master’s Dash for 2010, so fast and hard did the fnalists show their speed! The heats having been conducted over the previous two weeks, the stage was set for a good Finals Day, and the lads did not disappoint the many spectators. Indeed, the new running track on No. 2 Oval proved its worth, the Head Master’s Dash in its 7th year of running produced fve new school records from the following students; ´ Nicholas Chan (6Sc) 5.92 (previous record 5.93 / 2006 – Henry Clunies-Ross) ´ McLean Rowley (7Sc) 5.50 (previous record 5.58 / 2004 – Reid Scarfone) ´ Declan Long (11He) 4.98 (previous record 4.99 / 2009 – Andrew Vernon) ´ Andrew Vernon (12St) 4.89 (previous record 4.94 / 2006 – Raffael Maestri) The atmosphere along with the perfect running conditions contributed to the outstanding performances. However, we must make a special mention of all the students who have been training consistently towards improving the overall standard in sprinting here at Trinity Grammar School. Keep up the great work, and look out for something special at the coming CAS Track and Field Championships 2010. | Ron Ogier + Andrew Murphy main (obscured) image: Trumpeters James West (11Du) (left) and William Sandwell (11Sc) (right) announced each race top inset: Top Gun fnal left: The Head Master with the Top Gun Finalists (l-r) Declan Long (11He), Matthew Lee (12Sc), Andrew Vernon (12WJ) (The Top Gun) and Matthew Everingham (12St) The Elite Open Tennis Squad attended the frst inaugural Tennis Tour to Melbourne from the 18-22 January 2010. The tour was a great chance for the boys to have fun and improve their tennis over the school holidays while attending the Australian Open - the Grand Slam of Asia Pacifc. The tour was planned to coincide with the frst week of the Australian Open Tennis Tournament. The boys at the Open watched some outstanding and inspiring tennis matches by the world’s best at Rod Laver Arena. The best player on Tour was Joshua Bray (12Hi) for his resilient and talented tennis. James Chan (10Sc) was awarded the most dedicated player on tour for his inspiration approaches on and off the courts, while Lewis Toffolo (12St) was awarded the most improved player on Tour for his hard work. These boys all received a hand crafted tennis trophy and an Australian Open Tennis gift from both coaches, Mr Dykgraaff and Dr Osman. | Dr Frederick Osman top: TGS Open Elite Squad at Melbourne Park left: Tennis Clinic at Kooyong Courts TGS ELITE OPEN TENNIS TOUR HEAD MASTER’S DASH 18 TRINITY NEWS