The sun shone and an impressive number of OCs took part in the decade reunions on OC Day on Saturday, July 1
Sir Gordon Brunton (East 1936) died on May 30 at the age of 95. He was a tough negotiator with a passion for racing who cut deals for the newspaper baron Roy Thomson, including the purchase of The Times
Will Collier (East 2009) became the eighth Old Cranleighan to win a full England cap when he came on as a 62nd-minute substitute against Argentina on Saturday
A record number of OCs (70) and their wives made up a total of 116 at the Over 70s’ Reunion on Sunday May 7
It was a day that will live long in the memory of those who were there – the evening may be more of a blur – as the Old Cranleighan HC beat Norwich City 4-0 to lift the EHA Over 40s Shield final at Olympic Park.
The first Old Cranleighan tri-sport tour to Malta passed off without any hitches and resulted in the OCCC and OCHC winning both their matches, including games against the national sides, and the OC Squash Club bouncing back from defeat in their first match to win the second
We are delighted to report that all eight Cranleighans and Old Cranleighans (there may be more who slipped through the net) who ran the London Marathon completed the course and raised almost £16000 for charity
Despite support which left other schools green with envy, the OC golfers went down 4-1 to 12-time winners Eton in the first round of the 2017 Halford Hewitt.
Derrick Carter-Clout (East 1938), who died in the early hours of March 27, was a kind, enthusiastic and generous supporter of all things OC and Cranleigh
Cranleigh School successfully defended their Rosslyn Park Sevens title with a 28-7 defeat of Brighton in the final. It was a remarkable achievement against mainly bigger schools and some fearsome opposition