Clubs & Societies
There are a variety of OG societies and sporting clubs which you are welcome to join.
The name and contact details of the co-ordinators can be found on the links below. If you would like to start up a new club or society please contact the OG Club, we will also be able to help you find OGs with similar interests.
The OG cricket team is a small but competitive group of cricketers of all ages. Many players compete at county level and the team plays regular matches versus the school, in addition to participating in the prestigious Cricketers’ Cup. Contact: Alan Ponder
OG Golfing Society
The OG Golf Society is always looking for new members, of all abilities (the handicap range of existing members is from 2 to 28 for men and up to 26 for ladies). We enjoy our golf, the Spring, Summer and Autumn meetings days in particular are totally inclusive, as is participation in the Inter Schools Festival, and we actively encourage golfers of all ages, sexes and abilities to join us. So if you are already a member but haven’t been to any of our meetings now is the time to change all that and if you are not a member but would like to join please download the membership form. The fixture list can be found here. Contact: Richard Stevens, Hon. Secretary
OG Hockey (HOGS)
The Hogs are a committed, highly skilled team of hockey players of all ages. They compete in approximately 30 matches between September and April including matches against the school. All matches start at 7.30pm. Fixture lists are available from the organiser. Contact: Bob Hammond
OG Rifle Establishment
OGRE membership is open to any former members of the Gresham’s Rifle Club who want to join this large and very active group of shooters. This group, popular with OGs of all ages and abilities, engages in an eventful full-bore season, participating in a range of NRA events in addition to matches versus the current school rifle team. The Club also have their own residence at Bisley, which new members are entitled to use free of charge. Associate Memberships are available to individuals who no longer actively shoot, but are keen to keep involved with the sport. Contact: Henry Howard
Contact: Sam Curtis
If you are interested in joining the Round Norfolk Relay OG Team get in touch. Contact: Robert Dale (Hobbs)
Contact: Sam Curtis
Contact: Tania Liberman
OG Masonic Lodge
Old boys and masters are welcome to join this closely-knit fellowship of OGs, who meet regularly throughout the year. The group observes the principles of freemasonry, and concentrate their efforts on charitable giving, in addition to other social and ceremonial functions. If you would like more information about the Lodge click here to read a factsheet or contact Ian Barber