COLLEGE NEWS 5 TRINITY TODAY THAT WAS WOMEN The Trinity ladies played hard this year, going head-to-head in a number of finals and semis. The girls claimed AFL victory, winning their third premiership in a row with an impressive 36–0 win against Ormond, and also took out the basketball premiership. In softball, the girls lost the grand final to St Hilda’s 3–18, and were narrowly pipped by Ormond in touch rugby and by Kendall in the volleyball. The women ran second in the semis in squash and netball; and in the hockey, where they were beaten by Queens in a penalty shoot out. They placed second in athletics. MEN The gents at Trinity had an impressive sporting year, making the finals in a number of sports. The men’s firsts won the cricket grand final chasing down 105 set by St Hilda’s in 18 overs, while the men’s hockey team made the grand final but lost 2–1 to Ormond. The eights won the firsts rowing regatta, beating Queens and Ormond in the final, and the volleyball team took out the final in straight sets against University College. In AFL, the guys lost by a narrow seven points to Ormond in the grand final, and also came second in the rugby final. They narrowly lost the basketball grand final by four points. TRINITY FOR THE WIN FLASHBACK Here’s a shot from the Portsea to Parkville tricycle race 40 years ago of Fred Grimwade (TC 1977) – father of current student Russell – posing on his trike, along with other members of the 1978 Trike Race Committee.