THE TOSers’ season will continue for at least another week after Trinity Old Scholars won its Adelaide Footy League division six home elimination final against Marion on Saturday.
AFTER a tumultuous start to Trinity Old Scholars’ Adelaide Footy League division six season in which it started 2-2, the TOSers rattled off their fifth consecutive win on Saturday to lock in a home elimination final against Marion this week.
WITH every game from here a must-win for the Trinity Old Scholars to hold onto its spot in the top-four of Adelaide Footy League’s division six competition, the TOSers banked a comfortable 15.14 (104) to 5.7 (37) win at Mawson Lakes.
THROUGH six rounds of the Adelaide Footy League division six season, four teams are effectively eliminated from finals contention at 1-5, but Trinity Old Scholars are right in the mix as one of five 4-2 sides after a good win at Houghton Districts.
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.
TRINITY Old Scholars hosted the undefeated and league-leading Hectorville on Saturday in its Adelaide Footy League division six matchup, with the visitors finding another gear in the second half to runaway eight-goal winners.
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.