Katie Curtis (Riley; 98-02)

    Katie Curtis (Riley; 98-02) went straight to St. Mary’s University after Pangbourne and studied English and Drama. She continues: “After graduation I went on to work at IMG in various roles and then ultimately media marketing for its sports news agency SNTV. I now run up my own digital marketing agency www.thelittledigitalcompany, specialising…

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Nick Wilson (48-52)

Nick Wilson (48-52) got in touch in December from Vancouver to correct an error he detected in the recent obituary of A.C. (Tony) Sissons (48-53), He wrote:   “I was in the large class of new entrants of September 16th, 1948 and I am sure both Tony Sissons and John Maltby, who is also mentioned…

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Exciting encounter in 2015 T20 match

  Phil Walden (now on the Staff at the College) reports:   The 2015 T20 match between the Old Pangbournians and the Pangbourne 1st XI was an exciting encounter, which was extremely competitive and provided great entertainment. In front of a fantastic crowd.   The OPs batted first and produced a huge first innings total…

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OP XV loses to Shiplake

    Will Hardcastle reports: Shiplake won the toss and decided to play up hill ( we were on the 3rd team pitch… rather than the 1st XV). Pangbourne spent the majority of the 1st half in the opposition’s 22. With the pressure building Shiplake conceded many kickable penalties but, in the spirit of a…

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Luke Towers (10-15)

      Mark Woodcock, Master-in-Charge of Rowing, reports:   “At the annual GB Rowing Team Dinner at Twickenham on Friday evening, Luke Towers, our World Championship Silver medal winner from the summer, took the stage during the awards phase of the evening, along with all other medal winners from the Junior, U23 and Senior…

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Paul Clinch recalls photos from 1977

From Facebook (OP Group):   ILLAWARRA DIVISION 1977 – The back row was my year (4th Form) L-R. Nigel Garside, Andrew Emony, Niall Flynn, David Willoughby, Peter Uncles (RIP), Andy Maltby, James Feary, Jeremy Reed, Tim Rusling, James Braxton, Me, Matthew Palmer, David Utting, Matthew Dabell and Paul Wallace.   Others will surely recognise themselves…

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P.J. Griffiths (57-60)

      In late-November Peter Griffiths (57-60) sent the OP Society his new address in Grimsby, Ontario, Canada. He wrote:   “We are making steady progress in our downsizing project and said goodbye to our lovely last guests last week after nine years of running the “Duncan Quinn House” (at Niagara Falls). Now it’s…

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