OW Sports Clubs & Societies


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

OW Sports Clubs & Societies

Chairman of the OW Sports Club Committee
Contact Doug Rowe (Hl 95)
dougalrowe@gmail.com
OW Lodge
Contact Tom Hawley (T 94)
tph258@gmx.com
OW Wine Society
Contact Pippa Gardner (Ap 09)
pippa@thevintner.com
OW Field Gun Association
Contact Jim Harwood (Field Gun Instructor)
j.harwood@focus21.co.uk
Basketball
Contact Katherine Cho (Ap 07)
Cho.Katherine_A@yahoo.co.uk
Cricket Club Secretary
Contact Charlie Pickard (Bl 10)
pickardc@kbw.com
Cross Country
Contact Gary Lloyd (M 63)
galloyd2000@hotmail.com
Cycling
Contact Doug Rowe (Hl 95)
dougalrowe@yahoo.com
Football Club Secretary
Contact Rob Alderson (S 13)
aldersrc@gmail.com
Golfing Society Secretary
Contact John Goodeve-Docker (A 64)
jgdocker@btinternet.com
https://www.owgs.co.uk/
Hockey Club Secretary
Contact Lloyd Watters (S 11)
Lloydwatters1@gmail.com
Andrew Watters (S 14)
andrewwatters12@gmail.com
Lawn Tennis Club Secretary
Contact James Bray (Hg 86)
jbray@fdl.co.uk
Real Tennis Club Secretary
Contact Malcolm Thorp (Bd 73)
mt59@btinternet.com
Rugby Club Secretary
Contact Andrew Robertson (Pn 04)
robbo1986@hotmail.co.uk
Contact George Byrd (Bn 08)
gbyrd@deloitte.co.uk
Sailing Association Secretary
Contact Chris Allen (C 80)
chrisandkateallen@yahoo.co.uk
Shooting Association Secretary
Contact Ed Reis (S 94)
e.reis@tiscali.co.uk
Squash Club Secretary
Contact Nigel Clarke (L 74-79)
nigel_clarke@baa.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

27 January 2022

‘Taking Control of your Career’ Virtual Workshop by Bill Lawry

6:30pm-7:30pm

The pandemic has provided many of us with additional time at home, technology enabled working and an absence of the daily commute. Perhaps, you will also have had time to reflect on the fact that you no longer want to continue in your current role and/or career path. This programme is aimed at anyone who wants to think more deeply about and plan for the career they really want to embark on, no matter if you are just starting out or have worked 30 years in the same role.

 

This workshop will:

 

  • Reflect on your ultimate career goals
  • Identify your strengths and the environments in which you thrive
  • Cultivate the brand you want in your current organisation and wider job market
  • Plan and leverage the right relationships to ensure you get the career you want

 

Bill Lawry, Wellington parent and CEO of Ascend will very kindly share his expertise and facilitate this interactive and stimulating 60 minute virtual workshop. Ascend is an international consultancy that focuses on talent strategy, leadership development and enhancing organisational, team and individual performance. For more information visit: https://www.ascend.world/

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10 February 2022

Career Opportunity Group: Politics, International Affairs and Government

6pm-9pm The Oriental Club, London

Formally launched in 2014, Career Opportunity Groups (COGs) were set up to provide support and networking opportunities for members of the Wellington Community in whatever their chosen career.

This drinks and networking reception is a gathering of all from the Wellington Community including parents, OWs, Wellington staff and students who work in or are interested in fields related to Politics. Our sixth form students who attend these events find them invaluable, it is also a wonderful opportunity for OWs and parents to network and we hope all from our Community who are interested in or working in this field will join us.

We are delighted to welcome Peter Truesdale as guest speaker. Peter is the former Liberal Democrats leader of Lambeth Council.

 

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12 February 2022

Historic Tour of the College

10:30am-12pm Royal Foundation Room

Wellington Archivist Caroline Jones will take you on a tour of the College’s most historic buildings, explaining along the way the fascinating story of the College’s foundation and early years. You’ll see some treasures from our historic collections and learn what makes Wellington so unique.

Tickets are free of charge for all attendees and include welcome refreshments and College tour.

Please be sure to wear clothing suitable for the weather and comfortable walking shoes.

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Latest OW News

Wreak of the Warren Hastings

18 January 2022

125 years ago this week, on 14 January 1897, the troopship Warren Hastings sank in the Indian Ocean. An Old Wellingtonian, Lt Col M C B Forestier-Walker, was widely hailed as the “hero” of the event because of the calm way he and his troops behaved.   Launched in 1893, the steel-hulled Warren Hastings was claimed […]

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January OW Must Read!

10 January 2022

Our OWs are an incredibly talented group and there have been many brilliant books written by OWs over the years. This month we would like to draw your attention to Gregory Norminton (S 94) and his brilliant novel ‘The Devil’s Highway’. Set in the unforgiving sandy ‘wastes’ of Bagshot Heath, the three sections of ‘The […]

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OW Cross Country Update

16 December 2021

On Saturday 11th December, OWXC took part in the Annual Alumni Race on Wimbledon Common, an 8k hilly and very muddy course. Of the 37 teams taking part (including most of the top public schools), OWXC fielded the largest team with our 22 runners. Huge congratulations to our 4 ladies (Katie Edgerley, Natalie Blagg, Lauren […]

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