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Trinity News : April 2012
16 TRINITY NEWS Zac Harb (12We), whose outstanding performance and composure ensured the team performed well. Joel Kelly (12He) displayed good form to nail all his dives to score well to finish in Fourth place. Both Nicks were asked to step up and dive again in the Senior Division; they dived extremely well, Nick Jeffree finishing in Second place, with Nicholas Dungan finishing in Sixth place. These superb results precluded any other team catching Trinity! The Senior Division was definitely a competition worth watching, with some exemplary performances from all divers. What an outstanding effort from our divers! They notched up Trinity’s 27th CAS Diving Championship. Congratulations to all our diving team members for their fantastic performance and commitment to diving. A job well done!! CIS DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS Six Members from Trinity’s CAS Team were selected to represent CAS at the CIS Championships held at Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre on the 1st May 2012. They were as follows: Nick Jeffree, Nicholas Dungan, Kurt Abbott, William Jeffree, Matt Lang, Cooper Chambers. Martin Lang | MIC Diving above left: Zac Harb (12We) left: Nick Jeffree (10Ho) below: the winning CAS diving team with coach Martin Lang This year Trinity knew Knox and Waverley would be a tough challenge. All schools now have some talented divers within their teams with Knox and Waverley being particularly strong in their Intermediate and Senior divisions. To win the CAS Championship our divers would have to produce season-best performances, and that’s what they did! Amid deafening noise the Junior Division commenced –awesome and exhilarating for some but something even our most senior divers still find daunting. The ability to remain concentrated and focused was paramount, if we were to dive well to stay in contention with Knox. What a performance they gave! William Jeffree (8Ho), gave an outstanding performance showing great form and composure to finish in First place. Matthew Lang’s (7La) superb event saw him very strongly finishing in Second place. Cooper Chambers (7WJ) outstandingly dived consistently throughout the competition, finishing in Fourth position; NilsThompson (7WH) wasn’t his usual self, unfortunately missing one of his dives, but making a courageous effort to regain his focus.Against our Intermediate Division’s outstanding performance Knox had no chance. Nick Jeffree (10Ho) determined to show us he was the best by displaying some excellent dives to finish in Second place. Matthew Lang (7La) was asked to dive again; he was on fire, soaking up the occasion by displaying a better round of dives than in the Junior Division – a fantastic effort! Nicholas Dungan (10Yo) maintained commendable good form and execution of all his dives considering that he also just competed in the medley relay, finishing in Second place - an outstanding achievement! Kurt Abbott (9Sc) also continued his form, diving extremely well. The Senior team was led by Captain of Diving TRINITY DIVERS BRING HOME THE STEVEN BARNETT SHIELD Trinity Grammar School 62 Knox College 31 Waverley College 11 Cranbrook 4 Barker College 3