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A Tale of Two Cities - Cape Town

Class of 2013 organise two reunions in two cities on two different continents.

The Class of 2013 celebrate their 10th anniversary of being out of school this year.  To mark the occassion they planned their reunion to happen in tandem across two continents in two different cities.  The Cape Town reunion took place on Saturday, 26 August and the London reunion is happening this Saturday, 2 September.  We received this update from Ty Wills (2013K):

Nearly 50 members of the class gathered at the Piley Rees for the rugby and a brief walk around the grounds.

The group then made their way to the old institution of Forries for dinner and drinks. Old bonds were rekindled and memories shared, with the celebration going deep into the evening.

A big thank you to chief organisers Rupert Hickman (2013F) and Oliver Neill (2013F) for their efforts.

A reunion for members situated in Europe takes place this weekend, on Saturday 2 September, with around 30 2013 ODs linking in London.

Take a look at all the pics on the 2013 Reunion Gallery.

Ogilvie boys (all 2013O):  From left: David Bourne, Derek Brink, JP Lanser, Chris Heunis, James Dry, Paul Hill, Zukile Dube.

Founders boys (all 2013F): Back row - Max Herberstein, Oliver Neill, Rupert Hickman, Michael Mynhardt, Young Hwang. Front row - James Murphy, Tebogo Marokane, Dean Moir.

To read all about the London reunion, click on THIS LINK.



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