Formed in 1909, the Old Trinity Grammarians’ Association (OTGA) has a long and proud history.
The aims of the OTGA are:
- to provide a network of communication for Old Boys
- to foster support for the School
- to provide an ongoing employment link within the Trinity Community
- to support OTGs in the participation of community service activities
The OTG Community Facebook page can be found here.
In addition, there are Old Boys’ sporting clubs operating under the Trinity umbrella and regular OTGA events are held throughout the year. The Trinity Grammarian includes regular OTGA information as well as news of Old Boys. An OTG Theatre Group has commenced and we look forward to their productions each year.
A list of forthcoming OTG reunions can be found here and contact information for OTGA sporting and theatre clubs can be found here. If you have news of Old Boys you can provide that here or join the OTGA Facebook group here.
|Jeff Hooper||1977||Vice President and School Council Representative|
|Tim Kelly||1999||Vice President and Secretary|
|Leigh Hodges||1976||General Committee – Men’s Health|
|Peter Casey||1973||General Committee – Lost Old Boys Representative|
|Tom Hudson||2006||General Committee – Social & Heritage Representative|
|Jonathan Gillies||2005||General Committee – Indigenous & Social Representative|
|Alexander Paterson||2005||General Committee – Sport & Social Representative|
|Edward Plant||2011||General Committee – Sport & Young Persons Representative|
|Sam Smith||2008||General Committee – Sport & Young Persons Representative|
|Christopher Weinberg||2009||General Committee – Social Networking & Drama Representative|
|Duncan Moore||2012||General Committee – Sport & Young Persons Representative|
|Mark Briffa||1998||General Committee|
|Marcus Yip||2009||General Committee (on leave 2013)|
|Rohan Brown||Deputy Headmaster – School Liaison|
|Sharon Kendall||OTG Registrar|
|Noel Stevens||Community Liaison|