The Old Edwardian Society
A casual lunch with around five old boys led to the group deciding that this type of reunion should be fostered. Claude E Mann received the approval of the then Headmaster and Johannesburg College of Old Boy’s Society was formed. Those close ties with what is to day King Edward VII School, remain paramount to our creed to day.

From such small acorns, the Society as we know it to day boast some ten sub clubs, and is no doubt the leading Old Boys club in Gauteng, if not the country.

The Society has produced Springboks in all the major sports, administrators who have gone on to be at the helm of their respective sports at International level, as well as many captains of Commerce and Industry have represented the Society.

We offer outstanding facilities for sport and the all important social side is accommodated with facilities for catering, Conferences and Group meetings.

We stand and believe in the traditions, ethos and principals of what our School, King Edward VII, stands for. We strive to nurture and protect our proud traditions and great legacy.
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A former member of the Society Executive and renowned Comrades marathon runner, Richard McEvoy has taken over the reigns as President of the Society. Richard matriculated from King Edward VII School in 1977 and then did his two .....
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SU 3 XI go down to WITS in 1st Innings!
19 March 2015 
We lost Matthew Wood early on when he was struck on the forearm on his follow through but after a visit to the hospital, it was found to be a soft tissue injury and not a break. But he missed the rest of the match. Wits capital .....
SU 3 XI lose to KHOSA XI
11 March 2015 
We arrived with only nine players due to late injuries and unavailability, but we still chose to bat first. The openers made the opposition bowlers look excellent as it was not until the 10th over that the first scoring shot ca .....
SU 2 XI beat Alberton on 1st innings score!
11 March 2015 
We decided to bowl first as our 11th man was delayed and we started well getting an early wicket. From there we nibbled away at their wickets until two of their batsmen made a stand of 150 which gave Alberton a respectable 224 all .....
OES Bowlers avoid relegation!
10 March 2015 
A single point was the difference of staying in 2nd Division or relegation for our mens 1st bowls team after they lost their last match of the season to The Wanderers. They picked up 5 points in going down by 75 shots to 48, but a .....
Premier XI move up to 2nd on the log!
10 March 2015 
By beating Soweto on the first innings, and with both Alberton and UJ drawing their respective matches, we moved back to second place in the Time competition. Alberton and Marks Park have a game in hand and theoretically can stil .....
Old Eds 10 & 21 km Road Race & Walk 10 August 2015
Inter Club Water Polo Championships  10  October 2015
Sportsman of the Year       19 November 2015

Fri, 17 April 2015
Happy Hour: Guest Speakers Authors of Poles Apart!
Sun, 1 March 2015
Cricket: Premier 1st XI- vs Alberton
Sun, 1 March 2015
Cricket: SU 2 vs Wanderers
Sun, 1 March 2015
Cricket: Presidents XI vs Alberton
Sun, 1 March 2015
Cricket: SU3 Vs Glenvista
Sun, 15 February 2015
Premier XI vs UJ XI
Sun, 15 February 2015
Cricket: SU 3 vs Alexandra XI
Sun, 15 February 2015
Cricket: Presidents XI vs Kagiso
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