Tom Whiteley (centre) in the 2009 Foals team
25th July 2014: OMs in the Rugby 7s Commonwealth Games starting Saturday 26th July
John Brake (1995*-2006; St Anne's)
Will Harries (2000-05; Orchards)
Tom Powell (2002-04; Holmcroft)
showing three matches in Pool D on Saturday 26th July v Sri Lanka at 13.34, Uganda at 18.24 and Australia at 21.48
21st July 2014: Grant McConnell (2008-13; Day) signs for Scottish Premiership side, Boroughmuir
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13TH JUNE 2014: Callum Sheedy (2012-14; Shapwick) , from Millfield to the Mem
9TH JUNE 2014: Agonisingly close for Robshaw's men
After failing to take advantage of their superiority in the first half, brave England went down 20-15 to the All Blacks through a late try.
6TH JUNE 2014: Brimacombe on Robshaw on the eve of the first test against New Zealand
Millfield teacher, Jonathan Brimacombe (1982-84; Edgarley & 84-89; Shapwick), like Chris Robshaw a product of both schools, talks about the supreme qualities that his former pupil showed even as a youngster, to the BBC's Chief Sports Writer, Tom Fordyce.
Robshaw and his men lock horns with the All Blacks tomorrow, 7th June, in Auckland, with the second and third tests at Dunedin and Hamilton on 14th and 21st June respectively.
2ND JUNE 2014: OMs named for England tour of New Zealand
Chris Robshaw, Henry Thomas and Mako Vunipola were all named in the squad for the three-test New Zealand tour but Mako has recently been ruled out through a serious injury.
Original selection and article - including tour schedule
30th APRIL 2014: New OM Tom Whiteley signs for Saracens
Congratulations to Tom (2009-2014; Butleigh) who has just landed a contract with top Premiership club, Saracens. His performance in the recent Millfield triumph at the National Schools 7s at Rosslyn Park has been quoted as a major factor in him making such a major step forward upon leaving school.
16TH APRIL 2014: Huw Jones making a name for himself in South Africa
Congratulations to Huw Jones (2007-2012; Keen's Elm) who has progressed from 3rd XV Rugby at Millfield to be part of the strong West Province team based in Cape Town, having starred in the recent Varsity Cup.
31ST MARCH 2014: Reminiscences about the Rosslyn Park Sevens from the Rugby Paper
31ST MARCH 2014: Football spotlight on Gareth Edwards
17TH MARCH 2014: Two OM tries for England, and history in the making for Chris Robshaw
In the victory against Italy on Saturday, Chris Robshaw became the third most capped England rugby captain.
Both he and Mako Vunipola had excellent games for England in the convincing win, capping their performances with a try each, while Henry Thomas once again made up the trio of OMs playing for the national side.
12TH MARCH 2014: Tom Ellis making his mark
Tom Ellis (2004-2013: Edgarley and Day) who has played for England at U16, U18, and U19 levels, has been selected for the England U20 Squad.
He has played in all five of the Six Nations matches to date, including against Wales last Friday, when England won 67-7, and he will also be in the starting line-up for the match against Italy on Friday evening.
Former England international, and Sky Sports pundit Mark Cueto, has said that Tom was a player to watch!
12TH MARCH 2014: Robshaw's Triple Crown delight
Chris Robshaw collected the Triple Crown for his winning England team on Saturday at Twickenhan after their comprehensive 29-18 victory over Wales, the first time an England captain had done this since 2003. Mako Vunipola and Henry Thomas again made up the proud OM contingent in the national side on this historic occasion.
OM Rugby players currently in the high echelons of the professional game
(with thanks to Paul Hockedy)
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