During the 1962 season, Laurie Chynoweth became ill and John Weatherson became the fill in coach, with Clive Batrouney as captain. The Club was now playing at the Sir Herbert Olney Oval opposite the Yarra Bend Golf Course. Old Trinity climbed off the bottom, but could still only manage seven wins and 11 losses, finishing seventh out of ten teams. Injuries kept many players out of the side although a full team was fielded every week. Robin Veale was kept out of the side with an ankle injury but still managed to run the boundary with Roger Nancarrow. Warwick Smead was now acting as Assistant Secretary and taking on more administrative responsibility as well as management of the team.
On the administrative side, the finances of the Club had become depleted and, as a result, only 3 trophies were awarded that year.
Awards for 1962
Best and Fairest: Clive Batrouney
Best Clubman: Peter Leaper
Best First Year Player: Tony Dart