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Trinity News : April 2011
16 TRINITY NEWS A rather dull cloud cover at the House Track and Field Championships on Tuesday March 15 made the House colours worn by the boys stand out all that more vividly, while an enthusiastic mood throughout matched the sunshine which came later. There is always a less stressful atmosphere at the House sports as compared to the more serious CAS events, but this in no way dimmed the energy and verve with which the boys competed for their House. The varied landing positions of some competitors seen in various field events showed as a counterpoint to the more talented competitors, but it was the idea of everyone taking part that was great to see, with all competitors cheerfully doing their best for their House. An innovation was the Trinity Gift, wherein senior IB boys and staff raced to raise money for charity. To everyone who took part – the runners and jumpers and leapers and throwers; the officials who started events, judged their conclusion, who measured the lengths and adjusted the heights when called for and those who cheered on their House mates – thank you for a happy and pleasant day of great camaraderie for all! | Ron Ogier clockwise from top: Running! | A quicker way to race! | Henderson House members | Throwing! | School House Victorious | Mascots on parade! | Hilliard House members | The Head Master congratulates Gerard Holland (11Sc) on his winning of the inaugural Trinity Gift. 780 686 666 636 596 549 506 478 470 466 455 429 386 378 367 632