Weekend Sports Roundup – AFL team shares the spoilsDoug Conway
Trinity’s Aussie Rules seconds found a great way to share the spoils of victory – every Year 12 boy kicked a goal in their resounding 104-37 win over Waverley in their last home game at Wagener Oval.
The Year 7/8 team also had a convincing win over St Augustines, to counter heavy defeats for the firsts against Newington and the Year 9/10 side against Shore.
The rugby firsts and seconds both scored victories over St Aloysius but the weekend matches may well be remembered for the first win of the season for the 16Bs – 38-10 over Cranbrook.
The football firsts surrendered a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 while the seconds won 2-0.
The tennis first team lost but the seconds won on countback in a closely fought round where six matches were tied on sets and decided by total games.
The volleyballers won 3-0 in both the firsts and seconds, and 4-2 overall, while Trinity hosted a cross country meet at Ewen Park, where the U16 and U14 teams both won and the Opens came second.
In debating, the 3rds, 9A, and 7B teams won while the firsts and seconds lost.
Dane Mitchell (12La) and Daniel Christodoulou (12Mu) were part of the victorious NSW Juniors team at the Australian schools rugby carnival.
Dane was named in the Australian Schoolboys team and Daniel was named in the Australian Barbarians team, both to play against Tonga later in the year.
Marcus Mastro (10Mu) was selected in the NSW Schools U16 team.
Orly Hatton-Ward (12Sc) and Sam Niulala (12St) played in the Waratahs Gen Blue U18 Academy side that defeated Queensland at Ballymore Stadium.
Maxwell Padmore (10Mu) was selected to captain the Junior Division Australian Dragon Boating team for the world championships in Thailand next month.