23rd May 2017
A large group of Trinity pupils went to Exeter Arena to compete in the South West ISA Athletics trials. All pupils enjoyed the experience of competing in a purpose-built Athletics arena, all of them performing to the best of their ability and representing the school perfectly.
The outstanding performances of the day from Senior students were those of Jacob Evans winning 400m, Beth Cooper winning 1500m, Jon Aransaez winning 200m, Ben White winning Triple jump, Barney Martin winning High Jump, Benjamin Coen Came second in 1500m, and Emily Syms second in 800m race, all of who will be going to Birmingham to represent the South West at the ISA National Athletics later this term.
The contingent included 18 pupils from Prep Department and of these Ise from Prep 3 won the Year 4 Boys Sprint, Freddie won the Year 4 Long Jump and came 2nd in the Sprint; and Max won the ball throw. However, special mention has to go to James Hill, who not only won the 600 metres, but just like the Brownlee brothers, encouraged Max over the finish line, so that they both qualified through to the National Finals. It was a great day from all who took part.