Presentation Night – Saturday 19th of May 2018

Congratulations to the Winners of our Annual Awards.


1st XI Player of the Year – Zak Graham
1st XI Managers Player of the Year – Duncan Fraser
2nd XI Player of the Year – Stephen Asomaning
3rd XI Player of the Year – Evan Watson
4th XI Player of the Year – Dean Riordan
Vets Player of the Year – Terry McGuigan
Young Player of the Year – Bradley Szreider
Clubman of the Year – Nick Raggett


Club Milestones


Paul Whitthread 100 09/12/2017
Billy Liffen 100 28/10/2017
Kyle Moore 200 24/03/2018
Dean Riordan 250 25/11/2017
Mike Lines 350 12/08/2017
Erol Yilmaz 400 20/01/2018
Graham Winter 450 12/08/2017
Simon Minihane 550 18/11/2017
Steve Berry 650 11/11/2017
Craig Lyle 750 09/12/2017

Billy Finnis 150 01/10/2017


End of Season Presentation – 19th May 2018

Make a day of it. The Junior Section Awards are in the Afternoon and the Seniors are from 7pm in the upstairs hall. F.A.Cup Final, Trophies, Buffet, Disco and Drinks.Old Rutlishians' AFC

Congratulations to the 1st XI

Congratulations to the 1st XI for retaining the League Title despite finishing their own campaign 2 weeks ago.

The outcome literally went to the wire, as the result of the Hanworth Sports v Old Plymouthians Game was to determine if the title went to Hanworth, or if it came back to Poplar Road. Old Plyms went 2 – nil ahead before Hanworth notched 2 late goals in a long second half! However, they needed all 3 points from the match, which meant the draw enabled the OR’s to secure the Intermediate Division One Title. Well done to them on running us to the absolute end.

Together with the Surrey Intermediate Cup this completes a terrific double for the team.


AGM Outcome/Committee 2018/19

Thank you to those of you who attended our AGM.

We still have a few key gaps to fill and hopefully, some able Volunteers will throw their hats in the ring! All of the jigsaw pieces need to slot into place for everything to work smoothly.


· Hon.Life President – Gavin Lennard
· Chairman – Graham Clayton
· Vice Chairman – Daniel Poulter
· Secretary – Graham Winter
· Treasurer – Graham Clayton
· Fixture Secretary – Iain Higgins
· Social Officer – Vacant
· Kit and Equipment Officer – Lee Caffell
· Football Rep to the Executive Committee – Vacant
· Club Captain – Kyle Moore
· 1st Team Managers – Nick Raggett & Mark Skinner
· 2nd Team Managers – Billy Mahoney & Paul Gough
· 3rd Team Manager – Martin Green
· 4th Team Manager – Graham Larcombe
· Vets Team Manager – TBC

· Youth Chair – Daniel Poulter
· Youth Secretary – Terry Dibden
· Youth Treasurer – Annalisse Poulter
· Fixture Secretary – Sarah Skinner
· Child Welfare officer – Lorraine Hawkins
· Community engagement officer – Nick Skilton
· Kit and Equipment Officer – Vicki Baird
· Communications Officer – Kevin Wilde
· U16 Girls Manager – Jay Ramsey
· U12 Yellows Manager – Sam El-Jouzi
· U12 Blues Manager – Robbie Baird
· U10 Manager – Marc Skinner
· U9 Yellows Manager – Dave Foster
· U9 Blues Manager – Joe Nimmo
· U9 Blues Assistant Manager – Chris Bain
· U7 Manager – Scott McCusker

ORAFC – Player Milestones 2017/18

Congratulations and Well Done to the following Players for reaching some impressive Milestones in 2017/18.


PAUL WHITTHREAD 100 09/12/2017
BILLY LIFFEN 100 28/10/2017
JON TAYLOR 150 02/12/2017
BEN KENNETT 150 19/08/2017
KYLE MOORE 200 24/03/2018
DEAN RIORDAN 250 25/11/2017
MIKE LINES 350 12/08/2017
EROL YILMAZ 400 20/01/2018
GRAHAM WINTER 450 12/08/2017
SIMON MINIHANE 550 18/11/2017
STEVE BERRY 650 11/11/2017
CRAIG LYLE 750 09/12/2017


ZAK GRAHAM 50 04/11/2017
DEAN RIORDAN 50 11/11/2017
BILLY FINNIS 150 01/10/2017

Results Round Up – Saturday 28th April 2018.

The Ruts suffered a classic case of ‘a bad day at the Office’ as the 1st XI failed to click in to gear and were incredibly poor by their own standards for most of the afternoon, especially in the first half by all accounts, as they went down 4 – 3 away at Hanworth Sports FC this afternoon.


Largely on the back foot the OR’s went 2 goals down before Duncan Fraser reduced the deficit. The OR’s then went 3 – 1 and 4 – 2 behind with Fraser adding his second and Zak Graham claiming the Ruts 3rd.


The Ruts second half was made harder by the early and very unusual sending off of Billy Liffen, which meant the Ruts had to see out most of the half with 10 men.

Well done to Hanworth who can now claim the title if they secure maximum points in their final 3 games. However, if they drop any points at all then the Title will head to Poplar Road. So the outcome could possibly last until the final day of the season on the 12th of May. It may well be a long drumroll!


Apparently the 2nd XI went down 5 – 0 at Woodmansterne Hyde, although we are awaiting definite confirmation if the scoreline is correct.


Onwards and upwards.