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Trinity News : April 2011
TRINITY NEWS 15 Edward Marks Ryan Miller Nathan Miller Swim staff & Yr12 swimmers Talk about Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde! They had nothing on our Trinity CAS Swim Squad for 2011. At lunch they seemed rather pleasant, laid-back young men, untroubled by neither the world nor the CAS Championships. How wrong such an assumption was, and what a change occurred, for inside they were coiled springs of months of stored-up dedicated training; springs oiled by talent and enthusiasm! Soon those powerful springs were to unwind with ferocious, fast-moving force to once more retain the Thyne Shield. The very volume of sound coming forth from their mates in the stand seemed to propel the lads even faster through the water, so that spectators and competitors were united in achieving the final score of 510. This is not to say that there were no moments when that tremendous surge forward was checked, but such checks were rapidly overcome and the Squad continued with added vigour! An equally vigorous contest was waged by our Dive Squad, and their second placing was most honourably achieved, showing great future promise. Thus it was truly a great night of aquatic endeavour, and everyone who took part deserves the highest accolades. Well done, indeed! Well done! | Ron Ogier COMBINED TEAM RESULTS 1 Trinity Grammar 510 2 Knox Grammar School 488 3 Barker College 440 4 St. Aloysius’ College 351 5 Waverley College 310 6 Cranbrook School 298 EDWARD MARKS (9FO) CAS RECORDS 15Yrs 50m Championship Freestyle 24.79 15Yrs 50m Championship Butterfly 26.45 15Yrs 50m Championship Backstroke 28.84 AQUATIC ACCOLADES 2009 2010 2011 Nathan Miller (12Sc) presents the Thyne Shield to Mr Peter Green, Acting Head Master