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Trinity News : April 2008
44 TRINITY NEWS FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE OTU The start of each year is a very busy period for the OTU. On Thurs- day 28th February, the Trinity / OTU Golf Day was held at Concord Golf Club. Apart from helping to raise funds for important pro- grammes within the School the Golf Day continues to be a great opportunity for Old Boys, parents and friends to connect. Thirty- two teams of four played and it was a most enjoyable and reward- ing experience, despite early rain – even for those, like myself, with little or no gol?ng experience. Craig Parry, current Australian Open Champion and Trinity parent, was the guest speaker at the dinner in the evening and also generously gave his time throughout the day to advise younger players. I would to thank the OTU committee for their efforts in organising this day and particularly Steve Heanly for the effort and enthusiasm with which he organises the various OTU activities throughout the year. On Thursday 5th March, the OTU competed against the School in basketball, volleyball and cricket in what proved to be an entertain- ing day. The basketball and volleyball were see-sawing matches which the OTU eventually narrowly won (BB 93-92, VB 3 sets to 2). In the cricket, the OTU scored 156 runs which, due to tight bowling and ?elding, from the OTU, proved to be an insurmountable total in the end, the school being all out for 118; making a clean sweep of the day to the OTU. Congratulations to all players for high level of skill demonstrated and the great sense of sportsmanship and good humour with which each match was played. Ric Otton | President ALUMNI Ric Otton Steve Heanly THE HEANLY REPORT It has been a busy start to the year for the OTU with the Golf Day and also the OTU vs The School in Basketball, Volleyball and Cricket, not to mention the Super 14 tipping comp and the introduction of our parents onto the Business Directory. This will no doubt become an even greater resource for our community with the inclusion of our current parents. The Golf Day for 2008 was again extremely popular with a large number of Old Boys and parents taking full advantage of playing on one of Sydney’s ?nest courses, Concord. Just a reminder to check the back page of the Trinity News to ensure you are aware of the reunions and major functions for 2008. One event I would like to mention specially is the Back to Trinity Day on Saturday 14th June. This is our ?rst CAS game against Barker, and as the First XV coach this year, I would love to have as many Old Boys there as possible. Stephen Heanly | Director Community Relations