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Trinity News : April 2011
38 TRINITY NEWS What a great start to the year on the sporting field for the Junior School! Our Basketball teams have kept a 75% win record in Term 1, with Michael Witheridge and Thomas MacKenzie both being selected to trial for the IPSHA team. In Cricket the Junior School 1st XI has displayed strong performances each week, with Cristian Lorenzato and Lachlan Fitch often starring with the bat, whilst Ameer Dimeglio and Rushad Parekh have been strong all rounders. These four boys have all been selected to trial for the NSWCIS team. The Super 8 Cricketers have also played well, winning all but one game each. The Year 5 XI has shown strong improvement and is on the verge of great things. The softball boys started the season with an excellent win and their improvements have been strongly noticeable. We also started the year with our Swimming Championships, this year won by School House. Jack Brereton swam his way into the IPSHA team to compete at the NSWCIS invitational whilst Andrew Jamieson-Grigg was selected as a reserve. Jack Brereton and Harris Vlahopoulos were also selected for the Senior School CAS Swimming Team that won their 8th Consecutive CAS title. Nils Thompson competed for the Senior CAS Diving Squad that finished second overall. | James Barkell Junior School Sportsmaster clockwise from right: Left to right Jack Brereton (6R) Swimming Captain, Thomas MacKenzie (6) Basketball Captain, Cristian Lorenzato (6P) Cricket Captain, Harry Dunn (6P) Softball Captain | Winner of Junior School House Swimming Championship 2011 Daniel Radosavic (6T) | 2011 Trinity Swimming and Diving Team (l-r) Jack Brereton (6R), Nils Thompson (6R) and Harris Vlahopoulos (6T) SPORTSMANALL!jSSWIMMING! In the early weeks of Term One, we held our Swimming Championships over two days, the first for heats in each of the events and the second for finals. It was fantastic to see almost all of our boys getting in and swimming, whether it were in hotly-contested Championship events or kickboarding relays. We value the ability to swim well very highly at Trinity and it was so encouraging to see some younger boys who were not confident swimmers last year, competing in 50m events this year. Congratulations to the victorious School House on their outstanding performance in securing the Champion House trophy for 2011. The spirit of participation was so strong this year that all the boys embraced the idea of earning points for their respective Houses, regardless of whether they would win or lose. Congratulations to all boys who participated over the two days of the Championships! IPSHA SWIMMING As a result of the JS Swimming Championships, the Swimming Team was selected and these boys competed at the IPSHA Swimming Championships in March. This meet is a selection meet for the IPSHA team to compete at the CIS Championships. Despite some strong individual performances, and a number of personal best times, the competition was fierce and we were fortunate to have two boys advance to CIS. Congratulations to Jack Brereton and Andrew Jamieson-Grigg who will represent the Junior School at the CIS Championships on 22 March. Swimming is held in high regard at Trinity and breaking into the team can be hard. Keep swimming through Winter boys, in readiness for the next round of meets in Term Four. | Sue Floro ChambersHouseDulwichHouse