Cranleigh 1st XV beat Marlborough College 43-12 on Saturday and so finished the season with 100% record, only the fourth time the XV has won every match in the 102 years the School has been playing rugby
The Gower Club were well beaten 67-7 by the 1st XV in the 38th annual match on Saturday with the highlight being the Gower Club's first try in the fixture since 2013. The 5th XV game ended in a very hard-fought draw
Old Cranleighans and former members of Common Room gathered in Chapel on November 2 to celebrate the life of one of the School’s foremost headmasters, Marc van Hasselt, who died in June at the age of 93
A round-up of Old Cranleighan sport as well as Old Cranleighans in sport ...
Jolyon Palmer bowed out of his F1 career – for now at least - with a 12th-place finish in the Japanese Grand Prix. Having been told by Renault he would not be retained for the 2018 season, Palmer decided to move aside before the end of the season
Derek Bourgeois, who died on September 6, was one the finest musicians to have come out of Cranleigh. His 116 symphonies is, by some distance, a record for a British composer.
We are pleased to confirm that Alex Ashman (East 2004), his fiancee Kate and the couple's four-month old triplets - are all safe and well after their home on Tortola in the British Virgin Islands was hit by Hurricane Irma
The newly acquired Weston Green Sports Club has been brought into use to accommodate the expansion of the OCRFC’s minis section, with up to 400 youngsters now able to take part in the Sunday-morning sessions.
We are sorry to have to announce that John McDermott died at his home on July 29 after a long illness. He was 78.
The Old Cranleighan Society has completed the purchase of the lease on the neighbouring Weston Green Sports Club, doubling the size of the OC Club at Thames Ditton