We are thrilled to share the news that OB Anna Harris (Ne. 2011-16) has been selected to umpire in the inaugural Rachael Heyhoe-Flint Trophy, the highest level of women's competitive domestic cricket in the UK.
News from OBs
This month we catch up with Alex Broun (Ha. 1998-2003), who ran a major football league in Asia until a recent career change brought him back to the Brighton College family.
We are delighted to announce that OB Tigger Gray (Br. 1972-75) has won a Sports Emmy Award in recognition of his talents as cameraman, as part of the RF (Radio Frequency) Hand-Held Camera Team for ESPN in the USA.
This month’s OB of the month is Will Marks (BCPS/Du. 2001-12). Will works in the Civil Service, most recently at the Office for National Statistics and in the Civil Contingencies Secretariat, co-ordinating the response to Covid-19.
Dr Jeff Allan (Ha. 1968-73) has been busy lately as part of the team producing the first hydrogen train in the UK. Hydrogen trains are intended to gradually replace diesel trains as an emission-free alternative, through hydrogen fuel cells which convert hydrogen and air into electricity and water.
We are pleased to share the news that OB Arnold Yok Fai Wong (Ab. 2006-08) has won the Hong Kong Institute of Architects Young Architect Award 2019-2020.
This month's OB of the Month is Lacey Marchant (Ch. 2002-07). Lacey has recently been appointed as a Detective Constable for the London Metropolitan Police, having spent the previous eight years as a Chemistry teacher and Head of Year in Hackney.
Brighton College is delighted and proud to receive some incredible news this morning. Old Brightonian Clare Connor CBE (W. 1989-94), former England cricket captain and a pioneering force within the sport, will become the first female president of the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) in its 233-year history.