OW Sports Clubs


The clubs always welcome new members and especially playing members...

OW Sports Clubs

Basketball
Contact Katherine Cho
Cho.Katherine_A@yahoo.co.uk
Cricket
Contact Rod Shephard
rodshephard1@gmail.com
07767 008461
OW Cricket Club
Cycling Club
Doug Rowe
07914109905
dougalrowe@yahoo.com
Field Gun Association
Contact Jim Harwood
j.harwood@focus21.co.uk
Football
Contact William Avrili
willavrili@yahoo.co.uk
07890 052227
OW Football Club
Golf Society
Contact John Goodeve Docker
jgdocker@btinternet.com
020 8740 0686
Hockey
Contact Jerome Alexander
jeromealexander@hotmail.com
Rackets & Real Tennis
Contact James Coyne
James.Coyne@besso.co.uk
OW Rackets
Rugby
Contact Andrew Robertson
owrfc@hotmail.co.uk
020 8682 7945
OW Rugby Club
Sailing
Contact Will Leonard
will@awl-consulting.co.uk
Shooting
Contact Ed Reis
e.reis@tiscali.co.uk
Squash
Contact Nigel Clarke
nigel_clarke@baa.com
Tennis
Contact James Bray
jbray@fdl.co.uk
07900 682784
020 8769 0121
Cross Country
Contact Gary Lloyd
galloyd2000@hotmail.com

Fixtures, match reports and further information on some of our OW Sports Clubs can be found on Wellington Connect, our own online social and professional network.


Upcoming OW Events

24 May 2019

Eve of Speech Day – Celebration of Jeff Oakes

7:30pm, Combermere Quad

Jeff Oakes is retiring after 41 years teaching at Wellington College, as a teacher of woodwind and also in the last 10 years as Conductor of the Concert Band. To mark his retirement and to say farewell, we would like to invite you to Eve of Speech Day on Friday 22nd of May in the Upper Combermere Quad. More specifically, if you played in the Concert Band or were taught by Jeff, Simon Williamson (Director of Arts and Music) would like to invite you to join in with the Concert Band for one or two items with a rehearsal at 6 pm on the day.

For more information please get in touch: community@wellingtoncollege.org.uk


25 May 2019

Speech Day 2019

10:00am, Wellington College

We welcome pupils, parents and staff to celebrate Speech Day 2019 with us in the iconic Wellington Big Top. Enjoy a showcase event of the year’s activities, prize giving’s and speeches from the College community. The annual house picnics on Turf will take place from 12.30 onwards, along with an assortment of outdoor events including the Cavalry Charge, Gun Run, Exhibitions and full school Call Over.

Two e-tickets will be automatically issued per pupil with a very small number of additional e-tickets available to book closer to the event should families require more than their automatic allocation.

The additional tickets will be bookable on a first come, first served basis on the Forthcoming Events page on the main Wellington College website.

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02 June 2019

Christian Prayer Group: Thanksgiving Service and Afternoon Tea

The Wellington Chapel

Christian Prayer Group Service of Thanksgiving and Hope
The Christian Prayer Group would like to invite the Wellington Community to a service of thanksgiving and hope in the Wellington Chapel of the Holy Spirit followed by afternoon tea in the V&A Cafe. Please do spread the word to the wider community.
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OW Claud Raymond Victoria Cross Anniversary

21 March 2019

21st March marks the anniversary of the action in 1945 for which Old Wellingtonian Claud Raymond was posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross. Claud was at Wellington from 1937 to 1942, and was in the Hill dormitory. He became a School Prefect. His entry in the College’s Roll of Honour records that he loved both rugby […]

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OW John Fitzhardinge Paul Butler Victoria Cross Anniversary

27 December 2018

27th December marks the anniversary of the second action in 1914 for which Old Wellingtonian John Fitzhardinge Paul Butler was awarded the Victoria Cross. John was in the Stanley, 1902-1906, and then went straight to Sandhurst to train as an Army officer. He joined the King’s Royal Rifle Corps in 1907. In 1913 he was […]

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Remembering the First World War – our Wellington website, special exhibition, and talk

06 November 2018

As we approach the centenary of the end of the First World War, I’d like to draw your attention to the events and resources which we have produced to help us understand more about those from Wellington who fought and died. Over the last two years we have developed our First World War Memorial Website, […]

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Ever wondered what happened on the very first Wellington Speech Day, or why we have Callover? The answers and more… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…