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Trinity News : August 2011
48 TRINITY NEWS ALUMNI REUNIONS CLASS OF ’61 REUNION Thank you to all of you who participated in the events of the last few days. Altogether 53 Old Boys participated in one or more of the functions. With partners included, plus a couple of old friends and guest, we had over 100 bods at our different events. Fantastic result! We were, as you know, blessed with marvellous weather, from the Wednesday afternoon when some of us assembled at Sutton Forest, for the Golf Day at Mt. Broughton, right through to the beautiful Sunday at Rushcutters' Bay. When we started arranging this reunion a long time ago, our two main wishes were for a home game and perhaps a Waratahs’ game in the evening. We got both our wishes, quite fortuitously as the dates and fixtures were just not available when we went firm on the 7 May date. How lucky were the Firsts to have us doing the old Haka as they came out of the tunnel! I am told that the try that came 30 seconds after the kick-off (and those that followed closely) were in some measure due to the adrenalin rush we created! Thank you again for contributing your memories and presence to a wonderful four days. We will do something similar again in 2016! | Fondest Regards Rex Wild GOLD COAST REUNION It was the best attended Gold Coast reunion for many years with 37 Old Boys and partners enjoying the delights from the Colonial Golf Club at Robina. This has been our venue for the past few years and the food and service is always excellent. I must take this opportunity to thank Jim Kildea (’50) for his hard work in ensu- ing that this function takes place. I’m sure that everyone enjoys seeing his smiling face as he greets them. It is clear that the Gold Coast Old Boys enjoy their lives in what they often refer to as “Paradise”, and I must say the weather for the gathering this year was perfect. I look forward to seeing everyone again next year. | Stephen Heanly below l to r: Noelene and Jim Kidd (’57) and Robert Cortis (’71) bottom l to r: Michael Hely (’55), Peter (Terry) Stephenson (’57), Kim Armstrong (’56) and Philip Cullen-Ward (’58) are regular attendees at the Gold Coast Reunion. BACKTOTRINITYDAY