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50 Years of PSA Sport

50 Years of PSA Sport

  1. Posted on September 5, 2018

A little bit of history.... It was in 1967, after many years of meetings and commitment by the Christian Brothers, Parents and Old Boys of CBC Perth and Trinity College that Trinity was invited to join the PSA. It was suggested to the College that they use a special PSA sporting event as their introduction into the competition, and the 1968 Athletics carnival was chosen. From the first gun-shot, ...

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Winter Sport Wrap Up

Winter Sport Wrap Up

  1. Posted on August 21, 2018

The assembly started with an address from our Headmaster, Mr Kenny. Mr Kenny talked about the invaluable role that sport plays in helping students to develop essential attributes including leadership, team work, and discipline.  While he acknowledged that winning and losing is important in sport, he reminded students that giving your best to everything that you do is most important. If give your best in all aspects of life, that will be enough....

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Trinity Volleyball finishes 5th in Australia!

Trinity Volleyball finishes 5th in Australia!

  1. Posted on January 31, 2018

After winning the State Schools Championships, the Trinity top team qualified for the Open Honours Division. Only schools who have come first or second are allowed to compete in this division and is largely occupied by schools with specialist volleyball programmes. The game schedule was gruelling with two untimed games each day. After the first two days we managed to qualify for the medal rounds by being in the top 6 teams of the competition....

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Putting our best foot forward for women's health

Putting our best foot forward for women's health

  1. Posted on May 30, 2016

Lochie Taylor and the Winter Sports Captains in their pink socks On Saturday 11 June, Trinity College will commence its inaugural Pink Sock Day to support the McGrath Foundation's Pull on Your Socks initiative. This event will see all Year 11 and 12 students representing Trinity wearing pink socks in their sporting fixtures against Scotch College. Pull On Your Socks provides an opportunity to ...

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