Champagnat’s ‘blue chip’ Year 12 performers get into the spirit.
Champagnat’s ‘blue chip’ Year 12 performers get into the spirit.

Trinity comes alive with colour

TRINITY Catholic College's two participation (muck up) carnivals were held at both Alstonville Pool and Lismore Memorial Baths with both events alive with colour.

With the championship swimming done earlier, the students got down to the business of point-scoring for their respective houses and letting off steam.

At Lismore, 17-year-old Ali Kinsella said because it was her last swimming carnival, she wanted it to be one to remember.

“I just want to make the most it,” she said.

“The madness, the colour, and the screaming support for my house, Cannane.

“Everyone knows that Cannane is the best; we won the Spirit Cup.”



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