Old Radleians are welcome to join a number of different clubs and societies to stay connected with their friends and their most loved sport. There are a number of Clubs already in existence who you can make contact with directly to find out more.
We are very keen to hear from those of you who would like to start up a new club or society, please contact the Radleian Society with your suggestions.
The Radley Rangers play about 20 times per year against other old boy clubs both home and away. They also enter the Cricketer Cup each year.
Membership is £20 per annum.
|Rupert Henson||Hon. Secretary|
|Frederick Moynan||Hon. Fixture Secretary|
|Henry Bailey||Hon. Treasurer|
|Jamie Wynne-Griffith||Hon. Membership Secretary|
The Old Radleian Football club play about 16-20 matches a year on Saturdays between mid-September and the end of March/beginning of April. There is no fee to join but each game costs £5 per person to cover match fee, referee etc. They currently use Whitton Sports Centre in Twickenham as their home ground using a 3G all weather pitch.
If you are interested in joining please email:
The Old Radleian Golfing Society welcomes ORs of all golfing abilities with an ‘active’ or ‘non-active’ handicap. The society has a calendar involving some 18 fixtures; the majority are foursomes matches and open to all members. There are matches played against host clubs, matches against other Old Boys sides (Haileybury, Charterhouse, Sherborne, Lancing & Westminster) and Society meetings.
The main Society days are The Spring Meeting (The Berkshire in 2017) and The Autumn Meeting (Royal St George's). At both meetings there is an 18 hole medal round in the morning with the main Society trophy being awarded for the best handicap score. Foursomes is played in the afternoon after lunch!
The entry fee is £20, followed by an ongoing subscription as follows:
Under age 30: £10 per year
Over age 30: £20 per year
Playing Golf at Radley
If you would like to use the Radley golf course, please contact the Bursary on 01235 543134.
The Radley Galleons play a number of regular games throughout the season and anyone interested in playing or attending should email Charles Goodwin for more details. The club joining fee is set at £10.
Radley Mariners Boat Club (“RMBC”) is a rowing club authorised under GB Rowing rules. It is designed to promote the sport of Rowing particularly for OR oarsmen in their years after Radley. It also seeks to support Radley College Boat Club (RCBC) and parents and other supporters through the season. We are particularly proud that the overwhelming majority of OR Olympians have been Radley oarsmen in their youth.
In addition, the Radley Mariners Charitable Trust (“RMCT”) supports both RCBC and youth rowing in the Thames Valley region.
Radleians who have rowed at the College automatically become members of Radley Mariners Boat Club upon leaving and there are other members who have been associated with RCBC such as past and present coaches. Parents and other supporters who contribute to the RMCT will also be invited to become Associate Members.
You can download details on how to join the Radley Mariners here.
If you have a question about supporters’ arrangements, please contact a committee member.
|The Mariners Executive Committee|
|Ollie Wynne-Griffith OR||President|
|Tom Durie OR||Trustee|
|Henry Morris OR||Trustee|
|Charles Behrens OR||Treasurer & Hon Sec|
|John Gearing||1st VIII Coach|
|Sam Townsend||Master in Charge of Rowing|
|Luke Balleny OR|
|Jamie Gossage OR|
|Simon Shaw OR|
|Ashton Shuttleworth OR|
|Julian Beck OR|
For more details about future Serpents fixtures, contact James Cunningham.
The OR Sailing Association aims to provide social and competitive sailing for Old Radleians and their friends, maintaining an OR sailing community and a presence within the wider sailing community. ORSA is open to all ORs, Honorary Members of the Radleian Society, current and past Radley parents and current members of Common Room. The cost of fees, insurance etc is fully funded for those in tertiary education and in part for other members.
There are usually 4 – 5 events per annum plus additional meets at the Royal Thames Yacht Club in Knightsbridge. For further information please visit their Facebook page.
If you would like to join, please email the secretary. Membership is £20 per annum or a life membership is available for a £250 one off payment.
|Julian Facer||Vice Commodoreemail@example.com|
|John Wylie||Rear Commodore|
The Radley Wildebloods was founded as a way for LGBT+ Old Radleians to reconnect and stay in contact. The aim is to host multiple events throughout the year, including a joint event with gay alumni societies from other public schools. They also try to provide a safe place for LGBT+ ORs who may not be out at home or at work and give them somewhere where they can relax.
There is no cost to join the society but events are ticketed. Everyone who is associated with Radley is welcome to join.
The Radleian Society Racing Syndicate launched in 2019 as an initiative designed to bring members of the Radley community together around a shared love of horse racing through the ownership of a race horse.
We have partnered with Cheltenham Festival winning trainer Jamie Snowden (1992) who is training the Syndicate horse, College Oak.