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Trinity News : July 2008
GENERATIONS BREAKFAST How many third generation Trinity boys have there been at Trinity since our 1913 creation? It was our pleasure at the Breakfast to hear from Michael Collins, who is a third generation Trinity boy. Michael is the son of Peter Collins (’75) and grandson to Barry Collins (’46) who have continued to have a large involvement in the School in many aspects. The whole Collins family has played a part as can be seen through Michael’s address which is included below. With the bacon and eggs, toast and croissants in abundance, all who attended left with a belly full of food, and a mind full of thoughts about the real meaning of generations. | Michael Collins (12Ar) back: Dr Michael Freelander, Messrs Martin Watts, Guy Dennis, Barry Collins, Dr Peter Collins, Messrs Mark Green and David Collins (’74) front: Rheuben Freelander (12Sc), Andrew Watts (12He), Jonathan Dennis (12WJ), Michael Collins (12Ar) and Nathan Green Ryan Briscoe (1999) has won his first IndyCar victory at the Milwaukee Mile circuit on 1st June 2008. Ryan started from 11th place, and with a combination of a perfectly tuned car, great work from his pit crew, and a precise strategy, he worked his way into the lead. With just two laps to go there was a crash, which Ryan was able to slip by unscathed to earn Team Penske's 300th win. This win has moved Ryan up to 8th place in the chamionship on 134 points. We wish him all the best for his next race at Fort Worth, Texas and also for the remainder of the competition. OTU DINNER | EUROPE / UNITED KINGDOM The OTU Europe/United Kingdom held their Annual Dinner at The Adams Club, London on the 7th June, 2008. In attendance were Dr Peter and Mrs Kerrie Stiles, Director of Professional Services and International Development at Trinity along with eleven Old Boys and their partners, and guests. Old Boys in attendance from all years and all the way back to 1961 (Chris Retchford) and Charles and Danijela Emery who flew in from Germany for the dinner. Dr Peter Stiles brought greetings from the Head Master and spoke about the present and future developments at Trinity. Great interest was voiced by all regarding the success of Trinity sporting achievements, especially the swimmers. The OTU Europe/London get together each year for their social dinner, so if your plans take you to London, please contact Tim Marsden (’68) to find out where and when the next network social get together is being held. If you just want to make contact with other Old Boys when in London, contact Tim at firstname.lastname@example.org. and he will put you in touch with them. Tim Marsden (’68) top right: Stephen Pardy, Richard Bullock, Peter Lyon and Damien Hor bottom right: Jane and Nick Elcombe, Tim Marsden and Danijela and Charles Emery TRINITY NEWS 43 E T S G T S U O M I U M E N T U U I L S T N A E C O L M N U M