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 V11 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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SAT 1 cricketers beat Jeppe with Callum's help!
28 January 2015 
Jeppe won the toss and decided to bat on what turned out to be a minefield of a pitch. Craig Lambert was accurate and found a good rhythm, but our overseas player, Callum Haggett was in a class of his own. He managed tremendous sw .....
SU2 secure win despite the weather!
28 January 2015 
As the opposition arrived 30 minutes late the umpires offered us the match, but being sure we could get a full house of points against Freeway, we put them in to bat. Craig Lamberts, playing only his second Sunday game of the sea .....
Kent professional cricketer joins OES Club!
27 January 2015 
Born in Somerset, England, Callum went to school at Millfield, a school renowned for producing many future international sports people. Perhaps the most famous of all is the former Wales and British Lions player, JPR Williams. .....
Rain denies OES cricketers a win vs Lenasia!
26 January 2015 
Although in a handy position to gain a good haul of points, the weather intervened and we drew our Time competition match against Lenasia. Batting first we made 279; just missing out on another bonus point, with Ricky Vasconcel .....
OES Club hosts a special guest for lunch!
26 January 2015 
On one of his regular visits to Johannesburg from Boston, Don Cranshaw attended a lunch in The Kings Tavern at the club today. Don matriculated from King Edward VII school in 1950 and then graduated from Wits University with a .....
 
ANNUAL EVENTS
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
UPCOMING EVENTS
LATEST RESULTS
Sun, 25 January 2015
Cricket: Premier 1st XI- vs Lenasia
Sun, 25 January 2015
Cricket: SU2 vs Freeway
Sat, 24 January 2015
Cricket: SA1 vs Jeppe
Sun, 18 January 2015
Cricket: Premier 1st XI vs Glenvista
Sun, 11 January 2015
Cricket: SU4 vs KHOSA
Sat, 10 January 2015
Cricket: SA 1 vs Lenasia
Sat, 10 January 2015
Cricket: SA2 vs Cresents
 
 
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