Month: August 2016

Sam Egerton Off To A Flying Start At Falcons

Sam Egerton Off To A Flying Start At Falcons

Four time Blue Sam Egerton has enjoyed a great start to his full-time rugby career at Premiership outfit Newcastle Falcons, claiming a starting spot in all three of their preseason matches. For full details please click on the link below: http://www.premiershiprugby.com/news/40018.php#kB2FSwXeOyAWGQvJ.97  

Fishing For Glory

Fishing For Glory

As with most OURFC players, one is never quite sure what they get up to when they are not playing, training or studying, and current Blues second row Andrew Grant (Kellogg) is no exception. On the weekend of the 5th to 7th August, ‘Granty’ spent 40 hours on the bank of the Drayton reservoir, fishing […]

Ralph Weir’s Charity Trek

Ralph Weir’s Charity Trek

2014 OURFC Greyhounds Captain and Blue, Ralph Weir (Wadham) last Friday (12th August) embarked on a170 mile solo trek down the Outer Hebrides to raise money for the ‘Against Malaria’ Charity. For more information on Ralph’s ‘adventure’ and to a make a donation, please click on the link below: https://www.AgainstMalaria.com/RalphWeir     

Tom Mitchell Wins Olympic Silver Medal

Tom Mitchell Wins Olympic Silver Medal

Tom Mitchell who gained a Blue for Oxford in 2011, led the Team GB Rugby 7’s squad to a well-deserved silver medal at the Rio Olympics on Thursday evening. Team GB went into the final unbeaten having seen off Kenya, Japan and New Zealand in the pool stages, Argentina in a sudden death quarter-final and […]

OURFC’s Marathon Man – Andrew Abraham

OURFC’s Marathon Man – Andrew Abraham

Andrew Abraham who was a replacement in the 2015 Varsity Match, proved he is OURFC’s very own ‘Marathon Man’ when he finished 12th out of 956 competitors in the ‘Run to the Stones’ Ultramarathon in a time of 10 hours, 40 minutes and 2 seconds for the 100 mile endurance test. On completion, Roo was […]

REG CLARK RECOGNISED FOR SERVICES TO ANGLO JAPANESE RELATIONS

REG CLARK RECOGNISED FOR SERVICES TO ANGLO JAPANESE RELATIONS

OURFC 1979 Club Secretary Reg Clark was recently honoured by the Japanese government for services to Anglo-Japanese relations.  The citation of the Foreign Minister’s Commendation moreover specifically refers to his role in honouring the memory of his fellow OURFC member the late Ambassador Katsuhiko Oku (1982-83). The pair first met in 1982 when Clark was […]

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