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2024 OTU v School | Sports Day

Trinity Old Boys show current students they’re still worthy opponents
2024 OTU Sports Day | Cricket Team | Photo Credit: Des Chu '88
2024 OTU Sports Day | Cricket Team | Photo Credit: Des Chu '88

The OTU v School Sports Day is always full of thrilling competition and spirited camaraderie. This year, Trinity’s Summer Hill campus was alive with activity as it played host to current students, Alumni and sports enthusiasts.

This year’s event showcased Chess, Cricket, Basketball, Touch Football and 6-a-side Soccer – giving current students some worthy competition and giving Alumni a chance to prove they’ve still got it.

Through a day of unpredictable rain and plenty of sunshine, one of the highlights – as ever – was seeing Old Boys return to their School, reminding everyone of the enduring bonds forged through shared experiences on the playing fields.

There were plenty of supporters, too, with family members of students and Alumni alike gathering to show their support, creating a warm and lively atmosphere.

Aside from the exhilarating sports action, participants and spectators  were treated to a BBQ lunch at the cafeteria colonnade. The opportunity to unwind and socialise over a sausage sizzle provided the perfect close to the day.

In the end, the OTU were victorious over the School in the 2024 OTU v School Sports Day, however this was more than just a series of games; it was a celebration of community, bringing home Old Boys, welcoming back families, and showing current students that beyond the gates, as years past, you will always belong at Trinity.

As we reflect, we are reminded of the value of sports in bringing communities together and fostering friendships. The memories created on the day will surely be cherished for years to come, serving as a testament to the incredible spirit of camaraderie that defines our School’s community.

A big thank you to Tom Lombardo (Class of ’01) from SportsLink Physiotherapy for providing First Aid on the day.

With thanks to Desmond Chu '88 for the cracking photo memories of the day, you can see the full library by clicking here.

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