TRINITY Old Scholars moved to a healthy 3-2 in Adelaide Footy League division six action after a ripping match at Blackfriars Old Scholars’ home ground of St Dominic’s Oval.
AFTER a disappointing beginning to its Division Six Adelaide Footy League campaign, Trinity Old Scholars got back on track on Saturday with a 75-point home win against Ingle Farm.
IN the first round of local footy since leagues restarted, Trinity Old Scholars were given a reality check in its first Division Six matchup against St Paul’s Old Scholars, where despite a close first half, the TOSers were run over late.
AFTER setting a defendable total of 181, Trinity Old Scholars’ bowlers went to work against St Peter’s Old Collegians (SPOC) on day two of their Adelaide Turf Cricket Association grade one matchup.
TRAVELLING to St Peter’s College, Trinity Old Scholars’ A1 Adelaide Turf Cricket Association side put up a solid 181 to defend on day two after a balanced batting performance saw seven batsmen reach double figures.
TRINITY will be in for a nervous second day in its Adelaide Turf Cricket Association A1 matchup with Para Hills after posting a slightly below par total of 158.
TRINITY let a golden chance slip away in its two day Adelaide Turf Cricket Association fixture at Ingle Farm, failing to chase down a target of 76.
TRINITY Old Scholars are determined to shake things up when they make their debut in the top tier of the Adelaide Turf Cricket Association (ATCA) this weekend.