Old Scholars Sporting Clubs
Trinity Old Scholars Football Club (TOSFC)
Founded in 2005 the TOSFC is a member of the SAAFL competition. TOSFC continues to believe and build on the foundation from which it was established, to provide a club in which Trinity old scholars consider to be part of their natural progression in their football career and to ensure they continue to play along-side their mates.
Although the club was founded as a way to keep friends together, it also has a strong focus on being a successful football club. TOSFC has over 100 registered players with nearly 50 players across two teams. It is estimated that there are over 300 club members with over 250 on Facebook. Our medium term goals are to gradually move up the divisions in the SAAFL and to win its first premiership in the clubs short history. To become financially self-reliant and take the strain off local families and members, to be part of the natural progression in football for Trinity College students, to be able to provide facilities for young TOSFC members to thrive and provide the avenues for these players to have the opportunity to play at a higher level (SANFL).
We host dinner regularly on Thursday night in the Pavilion after training. Anyone is welcome to join us from 7.00pm.
Nathaniel Eldridge, 0488 067 670, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ben Johnson, 0424 344 240, email@example.com
Become a member of the Trinity Old Scholars Football Club now and you will be eligible to receive a number of benefits including website access, club t-shirts and guernseys, a membership card and various discounts. Find us on FACEBOOK here.
Trinity Old Scholars Cricket Club (TOSCC)
The TOSCC entered the Adelaide Turf Cricket Association in 2007 and has progressed to the A1 grade of this prestigious competition in quick time.
We have established a strong supporter base at both home and away games and currently have three teams competing on Saturday afternoons.
As always, we are looking to recruit new players. If you are interested, please contact us via Facebook. We start pre-season in July and in-season practice takes place at the Big Shed or outdoor nets on Tuesday and Thursday nights.
We have a strong social culture, that includes using the Old Scholars Pavilion (or Pav) as our base and hold regular events, including meals.
More information about us can be found HERE.
Rob McLean 0412 013 035
Trinity College Old Scholars Netball Club (TOSNC)
The TOSNC has teams registered at Elizabeth Netball Association (Argana Park) and Gawler and Districts Netball Association, providing opportunities to play both socially and competitively. The club was established in 2007 and has since experienced success in a number of grand finals throughout both its social and competitive competitions. TOSNC aspires to continue its development both financially and professionally with each new season. If you are interested in playing for the Trinity Old Scholars Netball Club contact Kate Edwards on 0400 881 417 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Find us on FACEBOOK here.
Trinity Old Scholars Hockey Club (TOSHC)
The TOSHC is the oldest College old scholars sporting club and was formed in 1995 by a group of Trinity College teachers and parents looking for a fun environment to play hockey. The club is an independently incorporated body, administered by a committee of volunteers elected to various positions. As the sport of hockey within the College grew, the club experienced growth also, with membership dominated by old scholars. The club provides a means for school friends to stay in touch and continue to play hockey in a competitive club environment. As part of the Barossa Valley Hockey Association, the club is represented by a men's and women's team, competing against regional clubs.
If you're interested in playing hockey or participating on the committee please email Nicholas Sharrad at email@example.com.
Trinity Old Scholars Tennis Club (TOSTC)
Established in October 2019, the club began with a team of current students, first time players and players returning after a 20 year or longer break that entered in the Gawler & Districts Tennis Association. After a remarkable first season the team finished top of the ladder at the end of the minor round.
Since then the TOSTC has continued to grow and is always keen to welcome new members. Follow the club on Facebook or contact Club President Michael Burdelof (1997) by email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0402 087 560 for further information.