Just before Christmas in cold wet and extremely muddy conditions the OAAFC First XI overcame a spirited and resourceful Old Rugbeians FC to make it through to the last eight of the Arthur Dunn Cup competition.
Dulwich College launched its 400th anniversary at Ducks on Monday morning with a visit from Queen Elizabeth I, Edward Alleyn, and the Master, Dr Joseph Spence.
A number of ‘firsts’ were celebrated on the first Saturday of 2019 as the school took on the Old Alleynian Association Football Club at the Trevor Bailey Sports Ground. It was the first time the school had met the old boys over three fixtures on the same day and the first time OAAFC had fielded a third eleven in a competitive game.
Malik Ramadhan OA (1985–92), has been awarded an OBE for services to healthcare in the New Years Honours list.
On Wednesday 12 December, the College was delighted to host a fixture between the U16B/C squad and the Harlequins Project XV team.
Tommy Curran Jones OA wins European Fencing Gold.
Dr Zahid Moneer visited the College to speak at the Economics Society on Thursday about his experience in investing in the healthcare sector.
Dr Zahid Moneer OA (1988 - 1995) came to Dulwich today to give an informative talk on the intersection between finance and pharmaceuticals.
On Friday 9 November, the entire College community came together for the annual Act of Remembrance on Armistice Day.
The second Professional Networking event to visit the world of Health Care took place last night most appropriately in the Laboratory.
On Monday, OA Kenza Wilks (2012-17) and School Captain in 2016, came to talk about his experience studying Chinese language and literature at Tsinghua University.
On Friday 19 October Old Alleynians gathered in Hong Kong for an evening of food and refreshments, taking the opportunity to connect with old and new friends.
Ian Tredgett OA (1978-86) returned to the College to deliver an excellent talk to the Economics Society on his work for Goldman Sachs.
It was a close competition, but we are pleased to say Dulwich stopped a five year run of wins by St Albans to take the trophy by three points.
Congratulations to the OA Arrow Trophy Crew who secured a fantastic overall third place this year.
More than 200 people, including students from the College, JAGS, and Charter School and DPL attended the latest GE Moore lecture on Thursday 4 October.
We are delighted to share news about OAs all over the world. Our OA rep in Japan, Warren Stanislaus always does a superb job of running mini reunions and is more than happy to connect if you are moving to or passing through Japan. Thank you Warren!
Photo shows a recent reunion George Fleminger (left in photo), Robbie Tasker (middle) and Warren (right) had a mini OA gathering in Tokyo.
Alleynians past and current enjoyed terrific success at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this Summer.
See Woyzeck following its run at The Edinburgh Fringe, next week at JAGS Prissian Theatre.
Congratulations to OA Femi Sofolarin who has been named in the England 7’s squad for this weekend’s European Grand Prix 7’s in Poland (it can be watched on https://www.rugbyeurope.eu/)