OAs junior squad take France by storm

A combined OAs U13 & U14 team came within a whisker of winning a rugby tournament in France against several of the country’s top clubs. OAs were the only English team in a line up which included Toulouse, Stade Français and Racing Metro. They were hampered by the fact that they had only played together … Continue reading

U15B Final day showdown with Ampthill

Following the euphoria of retaining the County Plate competition the week before it was back to the nitty-gritty of the league and the final match couldn’t have come any harder. We were up against Ampthill who had only lost one game in the league to top-of-the-table Cheshunt, who due to results the previous weekend were … Continue reading

OAs B Vs Hitchin – County Cup Final

Hitchin were the unexpected opposition for our Cup Final with Camelot unable to field a team. So our boys were given the opportunity to gain revenge on a dismal showing in the league against the Hedgehogs. Glenn’s message to the team was for intensity from minute one and boy did the team deliver. Straight from … Continue reading

Fullerians U15B 36 OAs U15C 10

Unfortunately, due to a couple of late drop outs OAs were reduced to 14 players which was not ideal given hot weather conditions and against a Fullerians side unbeaten in the league. The match kicked off and almost immediately Oscar was clattered by a hard but fair tackle. OAs could ill afford to lose a … Continue reading

U10s – Away at the Greenies – April 10

OA U10s enjoyed a very warm morning’s festival of rugby at Slough on Sunday as the season draws to a close. A motivated squad joined some 588 other players at the “Home of the Greenies” for their annual mini festival. On one of the finest days of the year so far – although clearly not rugby weather – … Continue reading

U10s – Saracens Amateurs Festival – April 2

An OAs squad of 12 travelled to Saracens Amateurs in Cockfosters for an early start to play against Sandal, Enfield, Wanstead and Ealing on a wonderfully sunny April morning. OAs achieved a solid 60% record from 5 and made a terrific fist of each and every fixture, including the awesome Sandal RFC who had come south all the way … Continue reading