Geraint Jewin tribute and 3 Peak Challenge

There will be a service in Jewin Chapel, 70 Fann Street, London EC1Y 0SA at 10.45 on Sunday 30th September which will include a tribute to Geraint.
All Old Stationers and others who knew Geraint will be welcome to attend the service.
Additionally, Roger Engledow would like to find out whether there might be interest in undertaking Geraint’s cherished Yorkshire Dales 3 Peak Challenge – a 24 mile walk that includes the 3 peaks of Pen-y-Ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough. Please read Roger’s circular A Challenge to remember Geraint and respond accordingly. 

President’s Day washed out!

The President’s day cricket was rained off so we had a long lunch instead.



We are always eager to welcome new Members!

September Lunch at the Imperial

There was a bumper turn out of 42 Old Boys for our September Lunch, accompanied by our guests, The Clerk, William Alden and Master David Allan. We had a wide range of ages in attendance from the youngest at 51 years old to the eldest at 91 years young! This time we introduced name badges for each attendee which included their school years – a great idea suggested by Stu Behn and to be adopted for future lunches. This was gratefully received by all and particularly useful to those of us that forget our own names!… Read more

Pete Bennett scoops Player of the Year at Brickenden Grange

On a beautiful sunny day 14 players visited Roy Saunders course at Brickendon Grange to compete for the final round of The Player of the Year trophy. The winner was Peter Bennett. Best score on the day went to Bruce Kitchener and the two nearest the pin winners were John Taylor and Geoff Blackmore. The final event of the season is the team trophy played at Mill Green on Friday October 19th.

Dates for the Diary

Saturday 20th October 2018
Annual OSFC Ex-Players Re-Union Day 
at Old Elizabethans Memorial Ground, Gypsy Corner, Mays Lane, Barnet EN5 2AG.

The 1st XI will be at home to Cambridge Heath in the AFA Senior Cup, Kick-Off 2pm. Hopefully other distractions on that day will be minimal. It’s still too early for Christmas shopping, Tottenham are away (to the mighty Hammers!!) and Arsenal are playing on the following Monday evening. So if you want to meet up with old club mates, have a drink, reminisce and talk rubbish for a couple of hours come along. Please pass the message on to others, it’s always nice to see a few different faces who haven’t visited the Club for a while.

Wednesday 5th December 2018
OSA Christmas Lunch at Stationers’ Hall, 12.15 for drinks

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Sunday 9th December 2018
OSA Carol Service Hornsey Parish Church, St Mary with St George, Cranley Gardens, N10 3AH at 4pm.
Friday 29th March 2019
OSA Annual Dinner and AGM
at Stationers’ Hall.