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FOUNDERS’ DAY 

2014 

Parade Commander: Tango Balekile
The Assembly is requested to stand as the Guards escorting the Colour approach the 
Memorial precincts.1 – HYMN No. 1 (Assembly Standing)
1. O God our help in ages past, 2. Time, like an ever-rolling stream,
 Our hope for years to come, Bears all its sons away
 Our shelter from the stormy blast, They fly forgotten, as a dream
 And our eternal home! Dies at the opening day.
3. O God our help in ages past, 
 Our hope for years to come, 
 Be thou our guard while life shall last,
 And our eternal home!
2 – THE LESSON Mlingane Matiwane (Assembly Seated)
Ecclesiasticus 44, verses 1 to 15
3 – PRAYERS By the Headmaster: Mr A. Gunn (Assembly Seated)
(a) For the School
(b) For those from the School who laid down their lives in the World Wars, 1914 – 1918 and 1939 - 1945
(c) For our Country
(d) For the benefactors of this School
(e) The Lord’s Prayer (All unite in saying the prayer)
4 – THE HANDING OVER OF THE SCROLLS (Assembly Seated)
Regimental Sergeant Major: Joshua Blyth
AND THE READING OF THE INSCRIPTION ON THE MEMORIAL
New Custodian: Morgan Steyn
The inscription on the War Memorial reads:-
“To the Glory of God, and in proud and loving memory of those
Old Selbornians who laid down their lives in the Great War, 1914 – 1918”
“Their names liveth forever”
 
Class of 94 starting there 20 year reunion at bucs

Ultimate Frisbee Fun

Article from the http://www.thewhatson.co.za/

beachultimate2FANCY flicking a Frisbee and making friends at the same time?
East London’s Ultimate Frisbee (ELUF) is just the ticket to get fit, make friends and have fun. Frisbee enthusiast and club member Nic Labuschagne said the club has been going for almost five years in East London and is around 50 members strong.
The members range in age from school children to adults. Each team must have at least three women on the field at any given time.
They play at Old Boys in Selborne on Wednesday nights and on Sunday afternoons at Nahoon Beach. The beach option is best for beginners or those just wishing to try the sport, Labuschagne advises, adding that anyone is welcome to come down and have a look.


Labuschagne described Ultimate Frisbee as a mix between netball and American Football.
You can’t run with the frisbee or make contact with the person holding the Frisbee, like in netball. You get it by intercepting the Frisbee or passing it to someone on your team. The field is marked out as the length of a rugby field and about half the width (100m x 37m). It is like American Football in the sense that you have to catch the Frisbee in the “end zone” in order to score. If the Frisbee is thrown into the zone without being caught, it goes back into play.
The teams of 10 are mixed – there must be at least three women on the field at any given time. Substitutions are allowed. The game is played until a team scores 15 points, up to a maximum of 90 minutes.
Matches are played in pretty much any weather, including in the rain, although if it is very windy games are cancelled.
“Ultimate Frisbee is great if you are wanting a run around with lots of action and lots of energy, but you don’t want broken bones or to be tackled. It’s totally different to more mainstream sports,” Labuschagne said.  “It’s a great sport to play, the vibe is really chilled. The games are self-refereed and the people are very friendly.”
Contact Labuschagne, who in addition to core member of the Ultimate Frisbee scene in East London is also a Fresh Lifestyle Properties consultant, on 082-587-0094, or email nic@freshprop.co.za.

News

08/09/2014 16:10

06/09/2014 14:18

The sun is out the ladies are ready and the bowls begin 

03/09/2014 05:55

Please note this game has been moved to Saturday at 4pm

Rugby Friday night against buffs at 6pm semi final game.

Saturday and Sunday the ladies spring bowls tournament next weekend we have the mens bowls classic.

 

30/08/2014 10:39

EVoid lifts the roof at old boys with a great sound and croud the night was a party in the rain that could not be stopped.

26/08/2014 21:18

22/08/2014 01:10
It’s the final that everybody was hoping for as Old Selbornians battle it out with Police in a dream Flya Tournament finale. While on the under card of the tourney, Breakers will go head to head with Swallows.
 
Its battle royal for this lucrative tournament that have a breakdown of prizes up to R100 000-00. The curtain will come down on two of the best performing sides in Border rugby with Old Boys already having one over their rivals by taking the league.
 
Both teams had the better of their opponents in last week’s semi-finals. Police had to dig deep in disposing a spirited Buffalo’s 13-6. Old Selbornians had an easy evening in smashing Berlin Tigers 47-8 to set up an intriguing final against their fierce rivals.
 
Buoyed by claiming a third consecutive Border League crown, Old Boys is revelling in the prospect of making it a double of titles in the space of three weeks. The team have the class, pedigree and have been the dominant force in the region for some time. They have a wealth of experience and taking part in the club champs against the best teams in the country have given them an added advantage. Alistair Alexander and his team will look ahead of this tantalising fixture with clear intentions to capture the title that have eluded them for some time. The team is determined and motivated to go one better than last year under the floodlights of their Nashua Park fortress.
 
In their way stand Police, defending champs and a team who have dominated this tourney for the last couple of years. Police will go into this blockbuster clash brimming high on confidence. The Bobbies where the only team to beat Old Selbornians in the league, a narrow 8-3 win at Police Park. Police will want to avenge some sort of revenge for their league mishap, finishing second to their crosstown rivals. Packed with household names on the local rugby front, the team will know that nothing but a victory will be enough to please their die hard supporters. With all the material at their disposal, one should feel that the team should bag more titles than their have. Bonga Mntunjani and his teammates will have their work cut out to stop Cody Basson and co in lifting the coveted trophy.
 
In the undercard match, Swallows will be looking to make it two wins in a row over Breakers. The Mdantsane outfit defeated Breakers in Queenstown and will be hoping for the same result. Both teams ended their league campaigns in contrasting fashion with Breakers taking an unexpected slide on the log while Swallows were picking in form. All are waiting in anticipation of an electrifying atmosphere at Nashua Park.
 
09/08/2014 15:17

Watch this spot for more images of this day,

18/06/2014 17:30

17/06/2014 05:43

OLD SELBORNIAN CLUB

 

 

Telephone P.O Box 973

043 - 721 0388 East London

5200

 

21/05/2014

 

 

ATT: ALL MEMBERS

 

 

Dear Members

 

We have implemented a new point of sale system in the club. As previously communicated, all members who have paid their main club subscriptions by 31 March are entitled to receive a free card. Members who pay after this date will be charged R75.

If you have not done so already, kindly collect your card from the club office.

You card is a debit card. You can either load money onto your card at the tills or do a deposit/EFT into the following account:

Account holder:   Old Selbornian Club

Bank:                    Standard Bank

Branch:                 Frere Square

Branch code:        50021

 

Account number:  084114584

 

Reference: your name please..

 

When doing a deposit/EFT into our account, please remember to use your Surname and Initials as a reference. A system will be put in place to ensure that all funds received into this account are loaded onto members cards each business day. i.e funds received on a Monday will be loaded onto accounts on the Tuesday etc.

From 1 June, we are going to introduce a differentiated pricing structure at our tills – Non-members are going to pay more than card users. Please ensure that you have collected your card from the office before this date. Members who do not wish to pre-load their cards with cash, will still enjoy the member pricing by swiping their card and paying cash to the barman for each purchase.

When implementing the new pricing structure, we have decided to give something back to our members by discounting pricing from the current price on certain lines – for example, the price of a tot of spirits is going to be reduced by 50 cents, a quart of beer/cider by R1 and a pint of beer/cider by 50c.

There will not be any pricing differentiation on chips and cool drinks as we deemed this to be unfair to children who play squash etc at the club.

The one proviso which your committee set to discounting current pricing to members was that we maintain our gross profit levels from the bar. This revenue source is vital to the continued financial well-being of your club. We will thus be closely monitoring our GP% from the bar. The committee thus reserves the right to reduce the discounting should we see a decline in the GP. We are pretty confident that this will not be necessary.

Should you have any queries on the above, please feel free to contact our club treasurer, Andrew Moorcroft on andym@imaginet.co.za or 082-371-8930.

 

 

 

Kind regards

 

Grant Hobbs

 President

 

 

Direct from London - the legendary eVOID are back in town!
 
Remember the original band from the 80s? Remember the songs ‘Shadows’ and ‘Taximan’? Remember them playing at the Holiday Inn, East London? If you loved them in the 80s, start jiving for joy - eVOID will perform live at the Old Selbornian Club on Friday 29 August.
This long awaited tour to a select few South African venues celebrates the 30th Anniversary of the gold selling debut album that launched eVOID’s ethnotronic journey, with the brothers Lucien and Erik Windrich still looking as young and fresh as ever, on their brightly coloured zimmer frames and walking sticks! Joined by veteran musicians Johan Buys on bass and Mike Horne on drums, the siblings will be playing all of their oldies and much more - get ready to Junk Jive in the aisles - the legendary eVOID are back!
East London 80s band Otis D will also be reuniting to open the show for eVOID, so get there early! Booking is essential and tickets are selling very fast.
 
Tickets are on sale at the the following venues:
Old Selbornian Club
Toast (opposite Selborne Primary School)
Aloe Travel (in Frere Road)
 
Or from the following people:
Cheryl Minkley: minkley@nahoonreef.co.za
Themi Cooras: themi@nahoonreef.co.za
Des Buys: trudie@mzantsiauto.com
 
Or from this website: www.mzantsiauto.com.
 
For more information phone 043 732 1614 or email trudie@mzantsiauto.com.

 



 

News

08/09/2014 16:10

06/09/2014 14:18

The sun is out the ladies are ready and the bowls begin 

03/09/2014 05:55

Please note this game has been moved to Saturday at 4pm

Rugby Friday night against buffs at 6pm semi final game.

Saturday and Sunday the ladies spring bowls tournament next weekend we have the mens bowls classic.

 

30/08/2014 10:39

EVoid lifts the roof at old boys with a great sound and croud the night was a party in the rain that could not be stopped.

26/08/2014 21:18

22/08/2014 01:10
It’s the final that everybody was hoping for as Old Selbornians battle it out with Police in a dream Flya Tournament finale. While on the under card of the tourney, Breakers will go head to head with Swallows.
 
Its battle royal for this lucrative tournament that have a breakdown of prizes up to R100 000-00. The curtain will come down on two of the best performing sides in Border rugby with Old Boys already having one over their rivals by taking the league.
 
Both teams had the better of their opponents in last week’s semi-finals. Police had to dig deep in disposing a spirited Buffalo’s 13-6. Old Selbornians had an easy evening in smashing Berlin Tigers 47-8 to set up an intriguing final against their fierce rivals.
 
Buoyed by claiming a third consecutive Border League crown, Old Boys is revelling in the prospect of making it a double of titles in the space of three weeks. The team have the class, pedigree and have been the dominant force in the region for some time. They have a wealth of experience and taking part in the club champs against the best teams in the country have given them an added advantage. Alistair Alexander and his team will look ahead of this tantalising fixture with clear intentions to capture the title that have eluded them for some time. The team is determined and motivated to go one better than last year under the floodlights of their Nashua Park fortress.
 
In their way stand Police, defending champs and a team who have dominated this tourney for the last couple of years. Police will go into this blockbuster clash brimming high on confidence. The Bobbies where the only team to beat Old Selbornians in the league, a narrow 8-3 win at Police Park. Police will want to avenge some sort of revenge for their league mishap, finishing second to their crosstown rivals. Packed with household names on the local rugby front, the team will know that nothing but a victory will be enough to please their die hard supporters. With all the material at their disposal, one should feel that the team should bag more titles than their have. Bonga Mntunjani and his teammates will have their work cut out to stop Cody Basson and co in lifting the coveted trophy.
 
In the undercard match, Swallows will be looking to make it two wins in a row over Breakers. The Mdantsane outfit defeated Breakers in Queenstown and will be hoping for the same result. Both teams ended their league campaigns in contrasting fashion with Breakers taking an unexpected slide on the log while Swallows were picking in form. All are waiting in anticipation of an electrifying atmosphere at Nashua Park.
 
09/08/2014 15:17

Watch this spot for more images of this day,

18/06/2014 17:30

17/06/2014 05:43

OLD SELBORNIAN CLUB

 

 

Telephone P.O Box 973

043 - 721 0388 East London

5200

 

21/05/2014

 

 

ATT: ALL MEMBERS

 

 

Dear Members

 

We have implemented a new point of sale system in the club. As previously communicated, all members who have paid their main club subscriptions by 31 March are entitled to receive a free card. Members who pay after this date will be charged R75.

If you have not done so already, kindly collect your card from the club office.

You card is a debit card. You can either load money onto your card at the tills or do a deposit/EFT into the following account:

Account holder:   Old Selbornian Club

Bank:                    Standard Bank

Branch:                 Frere Square

Branch code:        50021

 

Account number:  084114584

 

Reference: your name please..

 

When doing a deposit/EFT into our account, please remember to use your Surname and Initials as a reference. A system will be put in place to ensure that all funds received into this account are loaded onto members cards each business day. i.e funds received on a Monday will be loaded onto accounts on the Tuesday etc.

From 1 June, we are going to introduce a differentiated pricing structure at our tills – Non-members are going to pay more than card users. Please ensure that you have collected your card from the office before this date. Members who do not wish to pre-load their cards with cash, will still enjoy the member pricing by swiping their card and paying cash to the barman for each purchase.

When implementing the new pricing structure, we have decided to give something back to our members by discounting pricing from the current price on certain lines – for example, the price of a tot of spirits is going to be reduced by 50 cents, a quart of beer/cider by R1 and a pint of beer/cider by 50c.

There will not be any pricing differentiation on chips and cool drinks as we deemed this to be unfair to children who play squash etc at the club.

The one proviso which your committee set to discounting current pricing to members was that we maintain our gross profit levels from the bar. This revenue source is vital to the continued financial well-being of your club. We will thus be closely monitoring our GP% from the bar. The committee thus reserves the right to reduce the discounting should we see a decline in the GP. We are pretty confident that this will not be necessary.

Should you have any queries on the above, please feel free to contact our club treasurer, Andrew Moorcroft on andym@imaginet.co.za or 082-371-8930.

 

 

 

Kind regards

 

Grant Hobbs

 President

 

 

A CROWD HAS GATHERED TO SEE WHAT CAN ONLY BE DESCRIBED AS A MASSIVE MOMENT AT OLD BOYS
AS THE PRESIDENT OF BOWLS AND THE MAIN CLUB WITH THE HELP OF ALOE OFFICE REPRESENTATIVE  STAND IN 
THE DARK AND OPEN A NEW ERA OF BOWLS AT OLD BOYS .WITH  THE HELP OF MANY THE LIGHTS GO ON AND NIGHT TIME 
BOWLING IS BORN AT OLD BOYS   .2014-08-19  THE FIRST EVER  UNDER FLOODLIGHTS 2 WOOD TRIPS  10 ENDS INAUGURAL EVENT IS
STARTED.
THE LED LOW CURRENT ENERGY FRIENDLY FLOODLIGHTS MAKE BOWLING AT NIGHT A MORE FEASIBLE OPTION . 

The Ceremony of the Key 

ITS ORIGIN 
On November 8th 1924, Sir Frederick de Waal, then administrator of the Cape Province, unveiled the 
magnificent War Memorial which stands in front of the School. At the conclusion of the moving Service 
of Dedication, Sir Frederick turned to Charles Prior, Head Boy of the College, and handed him a large 
silver key. “You are to look after the monument and this consecrated ground on which we now stand,” 
he told Prior. “You have in keeping the memory of many men who made the supreme sacrifice. Their 
memory and what they died for will live forever as the generations come and go.” Later that month 
the first Ceremony of the Key was held as Prior passed his charge on to the 1925 Custodian and a new 
tradition was born. Every year since, a member of the incoming Matriculation Class has been elected 
by the popular vote of his fellows as the Custodian of the Key for one year and the handing-over 
ceremony is now a traditional part of the Founders’ Day proceedings.
In September 1939, the Officer Commanding of the Cadet Detachment, Colonel Tim Harvey, gave the 
Ceremony its present form and authentic military flavour. The format has remained unaltered to this 
day.
The Key is regarded as a symbol of guardianship of, and responsibility for, the traditions and values of 
Selborne. The “Changing of the Guard”, with the Grade 12 group handing custody to the Grade 11’s, 
symbolizes the passage of responsibility for, and leadership of, the pupil body and all it holds dear, 
from those departing to those remaining.
Those on parade today are all current pupils of the College.
FOUNDERS’ DAY 
2014 
Parade Commander: Tango Balekile
The Assembly is requested to stand as the Guards escorting the Colour approach the 
Memorial precincts.1 – HYMN No. 1 (Assembly Standing)
1. O God our help in ages past, 2. Time, like an ever-rolling stream,
 Our hope for years to come, Bears all its sons away
 Our shelter from the stormy blast, They fly forgotten, as a dream
 And our eternal home! Dies at the opening day.
3. O God our help in ages past, 
 Our hope for years to come, 
 Be thou our guard while life shall last,
 And our eternal home!
2 – THE LESSON Mlingane Matiwane (Assembly Seated)
Ecclesiasticus 44, verses 1 to 15
3 – PRAYERS By the Headmaster: Mr A. Gunn (Assembly Seated)
(a) For the School
(b) For those from the School who laid down their lives in the World Wars, 1914 – 1918 and 1939 - 1945
(c) For our Country
(d) For the benefactors of this School
(e) The Lord’s Prayer (All unite in saying the prayer)
4 – THE HANDING OVER OF THE SCROLLS (Assembly Seated)
Regimental Sergeant Major: Joshua Blyth
AND THE READING OF THE INSCRIPTION ON THE MEMORIAL
New Custodian: Morgan Steyn
The inscription on the War Memorial reads:-
“To the Glory of God, and in proud and loving memory of those
Old Selbornians who laid down their lives in the Great War, 1914 – 1918”
“Their names liveth forever”
J. Barbour J. Hedding W. Palmer
W.L. Blakeway C. Howse E. Rex
W.G. Booty J.W. Hutton S. Rickman
W.A. Bowden D. King H. Ries
N.J. Cameron H.L. Knibbs R.G. Shepperson
J.A. Clarke D. Laver C. Stock
A.B. Cooper C. Law A.L. Stockenström
C. Crossley F. Lawlor H.C. Stratford
T.C. Cumming A.G. MacLachlan D. Turpin
E. de Villiers W. McJannet E.W.G. Wakeford
L.G. Fairbairn R. Metrowich K.H. Wallace
C.S. Farman C. Midgley H. Wanckel
C. Fuller M. Murray E. Westmoreland
F.M. Gately M. Myers J.L. Whatmore
T. Gregg C. Nicholls O. Wicks
C. Halse H. Nord
E. Harney J.B. PaynTo this has been added: “The World War, 1939 – 1945.”
“At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember them”.
Evan Auths Eric H. Curran Raymond Harris Ivan B. Small
Ivan Baisley Arthur E. Dalbock Douglas Hendry Eric Stedman
Richard Baker John E. Dell James M. Hiddleston Robert K. Stephenson
Aubrey Barnes Rodney Dell Douglas J. Howard Robert Stringer
Roy Benjamin Keith Dickenson Harold D. Howard Ivor M. Temlett
Bernie Black Serfas Dixon Ivor W.M. Howard Donald Terblanche
Neil Bremner George E. Faiers William T. Hughes Geoffrey Thiel
Sherwood Bruce Elliot G. Featherstone Maurice Isenberg Richard J. Thomas
James Bryce Jim Few Monty Kirsten Alistair Tiddy
Ronald Cameron Leslie F. Fisher Theodore Kossowsky Colin W. Townsend
Donald Campbell Frank S.H. Ford Barney Kruger Richard S. Wakefield
Victor L. Carine Albert W. Francis Francois Ledingham Henry Ware
John D.F. Cathrine Vincent J. Francis Douglas Morrow George Warren
Ronald Chilton Morris H. Freeman Albert C. Pell Victor Westlake
Desmond Clarke Arthur W. Friend Athol Pike Arthur J. White
Edward Cragg Vernon Giese Frederick H. Posener Reginald W. Whitfield
Ronald F. Cragg Jack Goodeve Edward J. Russell Raymond Wittstock
Clifton Crossley Dennis F. Harding Noel R. Schoenewolf Loxley D. Wood
Richard Young
On Operational Duty: Peter Webb (1969), Glen Paul (1980), Aubrey Botha (1981),
 Shaun Atkins (1985), Michael Nixon (1993)
5 – THE LAST POST – THE REVEILLE (Assembly Standing)
6 – THE READING OF THE LIST OF CUSTODIANS OF THE KEY (Assembly Seated)
Old Custodian: Reece Pienaar
CUSTODIANS OF THE KEY
1924 – C.A. Prior
1925 – J.G. Chalmers
1926 – R. De Villiers
1927 – A.N. Duffy
1928 – H.J. Chapman
1929 – N.E. Hartley
1930 – H.J Conradt
1931 – G.F. Hammond
1932 – W.M. Jarvis
1933 – H.J. Baker
1934 – J.V. McDonald
1935 – T.G. McIntosh
1936 – W.P. Kruger
1937 – D.D. Longmore
1938 – D.E. Nicol
1939 – D.S. Chambers
1940 – O.K. Whitfield
1941 – D.Mc
L. Campbell 
1942 – F. Ledingham
1943 – T. Hawker
1944 – G. James
1945 – G. Johnstone
1946 – J. Bursey
1947 – A. Day
1948 – G. Busse
1949 – C. Raasch
1950 – D. Breetzke
1951 – D. Bothma
1952 – M. Griffith
1953 – K. Lloyd
1954 – B. Forbes 
1955 – D. Gowdy
1956 – K. Weakley
1957 – D. Rice
1958 – R. Elliot
1959 – T. Dewar
1960 – B. Page
1961 – R. Webber
1962 – W. MacDonald
1963 – A. Schultz
1964 – B. Webber
1965 – M. Lownds
1966 – N. Hardwich
1967 – R. Edkins
1968 – P. Chapman
1969 – J. Pemberton
1970 – J. McConnachie
1971 – R. Armist
1972 – R. Boy
1973 – J. Reid
1974 – J. Jackson
1975 – P. Marcus
1976 – I. McWilliam
1977 – E. McWilliam
1978 – R. Zimmerman
1979 – G. Wright
1980 – N. Von Hoesslin
1981 – D. Puchert
1982 – D. Mackie
1983 – B. Wright
1984 – G. Pike
1985 – T. Hurly
1986 – D. Page
1987 – B. Cotterell
1988 – D. Isherwood
1989 – R. Botha
1990 – G. Pereira
1991 – D. Perlman
1992 – K. Flemmer
1993 – R. Hewlett
1994 – J. Perlman
1995 – J. Cocks
1996 – C-D. Tilney
1997 – N. Graham
1998 – A. Foster
1999 – A. Miles
2000 – C. Goddard
2001 – A. Collen
2002 – L. Mabece
2003 – J. King
2004 – D. Forword
2005 – K. Coetzee
2006 – G. Rayment
2007 – S. Mathie
2008 – J. de Jager
2009 – J. Maliekal
2010 – J. Germishuys 
2011 – M. Chiu 
2012 – L. Volsak
2013 – A. Mbali 
2014 – R. Pienaar7 – THE ADDRESS (Assembly Seated)
 Dr Pierre Edwards
 (Educationalist and Historian)
8 – HYMN No. 2 (Assembly Standing)
1. All people that on earth do dwell 2. For Why? The Lord our God is good
 Sing to the Lord with cheerful voice; His mercy is for ever sure;
 Him serve with fear, His praise forth tell His truth at all times firmly stood,
 Come ye before Him, and rejoice. And shall from age to age endure.
9 – THE CHANGING OF THE GUARD (Assembly Seated)
OLD GUARD NEW GUARD
Commander: Jacinto da Silva Commander: Luke Stone
Sergeant: Adrian Greig Sergeant: Lutho Selem
Sentries: John Deere Sentries: Tristan Brandt 
 Thakazelo Diwu Sandiso Mgcodo
 Ryan Boy Joshua Allderman
 David Forrester Khanyiso Kula
Guards: Justin Hein Guards: Ian Donovan 
 Kwezi Mtoba Kai-Daniel Britnell 
 Alex Penhall Cole van Tonder
 Anathi Tongo Phumzile Maqondwana
 Anthony Malinzi Matthew Aucamp
 Milani Lubelwana Bathandwa Mbadlanyana
 Jody Julies Hano Jacobs
 Jonathan Dutton Braden Sincock
 Colour Ensign: Daniel Froneman
10 – THE HANDING OVER OF THE KEY (Assembly Seated)
Reece Pienaar to Morgan Steyn
11 – THE LAYING OF THE WREATHS (Assembly Standing)
Wreaths will be laid to honour old boys who paid the supreme sacrifice in service of their country. 
Representatives of the Old Selbornian Association and Club, an ex-serviceman and the new custodian will lay 
these wreaths.
HYMN No. 3 (Hymn to be sung during the laying of the wreaths)
Abide with me; fast falls the eventide; Hold Thou Thy Cross before my closing eyes;
The darkness deepens; Lord, with me abide; Shine through the gloom, and point me to the skies;
When other helpers fail, and comforts flee, Heaven’s morning breaks and earth’s vain shadows flee
Help of the helpless, O abide with me. In life, in death, O Lord, abide with me.
 (Earlier this morning two wreaths were laid in the Memorial Pavilion)
12 – NATIONAL SALUTE (Assembly Standing)
13 – THE MARCH PAST AND THE SALUTE TO THE MEMORIAL BY THE CADET CORPS
 (Assembly Stands as Colour passes)

Direct from London - the legendary eVOID are back in town!
 
Remember the original band from the 80s? Remember the songs ‘Shadows’ and ‘Taximan’? Remember them playing at the Holiday Inn, East London? If you loved them in the 80s, start jiving for joy - eVOID will perform live at the Old Selbornian Club on Friday 29 August.
This long awaited tour to a select few South African venues celebrates the 30th Anniversary of the gold selling debut album that launched eVOID’s ethnotronic journey, with the brothers Lucien and Erik Windrich still looking as young and fresh as ever, on their brightly coloured zimmer frames and walking sticks! Joined by veteran musicians Johan Buys on bass and Mike Horne on drums, the siblings will be playing all of their oldies and much more - get ready to Junk Jive in the aisles - the legendary eVOID are back!
East London 80s band Otis D will also be reuniting to open the show for eVOID, so get there early! Booking is essential and tickets are selling very fast.
 
Tickets are on sale at the the following venues:
Old Selbornian Club
Toast (opposite Selborne Primary School)
Aloe Travel (in Frere Road)
 
Or from the following people:
Cheryl Minkley: minkley@nahoonreef.co.za
Themi Cooras: themi@nahoonreef.co.za
Des Buys: trudie@mzantsiauto.com
 
Or from this website: www.mzantsiauto.com.
 
For more information phone 043 732 1614 or email trudie@mzantsiauto.com.

 

Contact

oldselbornianclub intersection of Gleneagles Road and Old Transkei Road.
east london
manager@oldselbornianclub.co.za