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Trinity News : April 2008
TRINITY NEWS 45 TRINITY CONNECTION In the course of their sons’ time at Trinity, many mothers, and fathers too, for that matter, form friendships with each other as they support their boys in the various sporting and other activities, which may occupy their sons’ interest. When the lads finish their time at School, however, there is no need for such friendships to fall away, for an excellent group, the Trinity Connection, exists so that friendships made may continue after school days are over. The idea for the establishing of the Connection arose from the inspiration some twenty years ago of Dr Sylvia Thompson, who having seen her five sons (Patrick ’81, Bill ’83, David ’84, James ’87 and Steve ’88) through the School, determined to keep up the friendships she had made during that time. For the last seven years, the Connection has been ably led by Mrs Margaret Walker (Adam ’95, Nicholas ’98) and it is with regret that we see her retirement from the position of President. Our sincere appreciation and gratitude are extended to Margaret for her sterling services to the Connection. We welcome as the new President Mrs Susan McKeown, who for ten years was the School Receptionist, and whose son Kieron, was a member of the Class of 1987 and was Vice-Captain of the School in 1987. Liisa Chappelow | Secretary Ron Ogier | Editor, Trinity News M EN TES M ULTAE CONSILI UM U NU M TG S OT U above: Mrs Susan McKeown Remembered by many Old Boys through his four plus decades at the Trinity, Max Taylor poses here for a portrait by Randall Sinnamon (’87), here seen at work in Max’s gallery in Summer Hill. Max, with James Wilson Hogg, Head Master of the day, established the Trinity Grammar School Society of the Arts and the Delmar Gallery. Randall was a Society of the Arts Scholar in his final year. A graduate from the Art School, Randall exhibits his sculptures and paintings in galleries around Sydney, such as his current one at Robin’s Gallery, Darlinghurst. He also is a part-time guide at Arthur Boyd’s Gallery at Bundanon, where several groups of Trinity Art Students also spend some time at special art workshops. A trained primary teacher, Randall teaches part-time, including some disabled classes. | Ron Ogier JuxtaPOSED! Max Taylor (sitting) and Randall Sinnamon (the Artist) – and the Portrait in progress! Trinity Old Boy (2005) Ben Vidaic displayed his skills for Sydney FC in front of an amaz- ing crowd of 80,000 people at the Telstra stadium on Wednesday night against LA Galaxy. The game showcased the skills of David Beckham, the ex Manchester United and Real Madrid legend and the skills of the Brazilian world cup winner Juninho. Well done, Ben on a fantastic achievement and great effort on the night showing true Trinity spirit. Simon Kelly | MIC Football right: The photo, taken by Mr Jason Cheers, shows Ben Vidaic (No. 13) is just about to enter the game LA Galaxy. TRINITY VS BECKHAM SOCCEROO NEWS Our Mr Ante Juric, Director of Football was fortunate enough to meet up with some good friends who are prominent Socceroo players and they kindly posed with an edition of the Trinity News. Nick Carl (current Socceroo, Bristol City) Brett Emerton (current Socceroo, World Cup 2006 member, Blackburn Rovers) Josip Skoko (ex Socceroo, World Cup 2006 member, Wigan)