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Trinity News : August 2012
50 TRINITY NEWS TOBIANS RUGBY COACHING Tobians have a proud history as a Trinity Old Boys Rugby Club which was active from 1963 to 1983. During that period the Club regularly fielded four teams in the Sydney Suburban Rugby Union competition playing in most grades from first grade Kentwell Cup through to Farrant Cup. The Club won two premierships and also the Suburban Seven-a -Side competition and provided an opportunity for over seven hundred old boys and their friends to enjoy the game and maintain friendships. The Club also had cricket,basketball and touch football teams in local competitions. In 2012,Tobians have begun what is hoped will be a long term and successful initiative of providing financial support for junior coaching in the School. The inaugural Tobians coaches are Jack Debreczini and Malaki Koroi. Jack last year represented Australian Schoolboys and led the School’s 1st XV to a dominant CAS premiership . Malaki was an important member of that team. The School is very grateful for the support Tobians are providing at the grass roots level of Trinity rugby,which should be of great benefit to young players Tobians have donated their Premiership trophies and internal trophies to the School and these are now on permanent display in the School gymnasium. Phil Logan and the ex-Tobians ALUMNI NEIL INALL GROUP Oh, the great days in the distance enchanted! Almost every year these 1950s types gather for lunch at Summer Hill with long-time history teacher and former Society of the Arts Director, D. Max Taylor (DMT)! The spark for these events is usually a visit from Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania of Graeme Goodsir (’52) a global authority on the meat industry, and his vivacious wife Esme. Those early ‘fifties fostered some arty activities at Summer Hill. DMT co-fathered the Society of the Arts, Kildea (’50) and Inall (’51) were in various stage productions including a mime to Edgar Allan Poe’s The Raven, MacKenzie (’52) was a guardian of submissions to The Triangle, Inall dared to choreograph a ballet he called Corroboree 11 with music by Paul Tilburn and dramatic scenery by Sam Terry. Hely (’55), Williamson(’51), Miner and their mate Condoleon held up School House’s reputation as winners in House sports competitions. So for years now this group, sometimes with others (who could never be forgotten), like Graham Reed, Ninny and Chas Park, Neil Buckland and Lindsay Martyn and that youngster Garry Evans gather at home base--Summer Hill...and always in the presence of DMT who once upon a time encouraged, chastised and corrected us all. It’s a gathering to be cherished! Neil Inall Neil Inall (‘51), Jim Kildea (’50), John Williamson (’51) , Phillip Russell, Manfred MacKenzie (’52) Graeme Goodsir (’52), Graham Miner (’54) Max Taylor, Garry Evans (’56) Bill Heuston (’54) Mike Hely (’55). Seated: Jeanette Miner, Esme Goodsir, Pam Hely GENERATIONS BREAKFAST