Weekend Sports Roundup – Trinity A teams on topDoug Conway
Trinity dominated the top-tier rugby and football matches, as well as registering a notable tennis turn-around, in weekend sport against Cranbrook.
The School lost 10 of the 15 rugby contests but four of its five victories came at the top end, with the first XV prevailing 21-19 ahead of wins for the 15As, 14As, and 13As, as well as the 15Bs.
Similarly, there was only one loss across the eight grades of Open football as the firsts and seconds both came away all square in an overall record of 16 wins, 11 losses and five draws.
Tennis teams managed seven wins against 15 losses but the big form reversal came when the 8As turned a 1-5 loss earlier in the season into a 6-0 win.
There was no such joy for the four AFL teams but the volleyballers won four and lost two, with the firsts winning 3-0.
The U16 cross country team came first in a field of 24 at Ermington, with the U14s third and the Open team 14th.
Representative honours went to eight rugby players and three cricketers.
Orly Hatton-Ward (12Sc) was named Captain of the CAS Opens 1st XV, Sam Niulala (12St) and Dane Mitchell (12La) made the second VX, and Daniel Christodoulou (12Mu) the Sydney U18s.
Marcus Mastro (10Mu), Sione-Nau Lua (10St), Zeke Edmed (11Fo), and Logan Toohey (10Ke) were named in the CAS U16s.
Sajith Kundar (10Ke), Thomas Bermingham (10Mu), and Ryan Gupta (12WJ) were all selected in their respective NSW Metropolitan cricket squads.