It is with deep sadness that we wish to inform the fellow Thomians the demise of Roger Hatch on the 18th May and was laid to rest on the 19th May. He was suffering from a form cancer and passed away peacefully. He was always positive towards life. Always had a laugh when reminded of old stories…He never lost his sense of humour!
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HE PLIED HIS TRADE WITH PRIDE The hard hitting, straight talking Guy De Alwis, the former Sri Lankan wicket keeper-batsmen, sadly passed away on the 12th of January 2013, at 52 years of age. It was a merciful and rapid release from the dreaded Pancreatic Cancer, which eventually took his valued life. The large and
We regret to inform members that Mr Ron Ingram, father of Dennis and Gary, two Thomian Old Boys, passed away in Melbourne on Friday 29th March. Our deepest sympathies go out to Ron Ingram’s family
Taken from Sri Lankan News – Written by Sa’adi Thawfeeq Former Sri Lanka wicketkeeper Guy de Alwis, 52, died on Saturday night after a battle with cancer. De Alwis is the fourth* Test cricketer from Sri Lanka to pass away after Sritharan Jeganathan, Anura Ranasinghe and Roshan Guneratne. He represented Sri Lanka in 11 Tests and 31 ODIs from 1983
The Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge, directed by Andrew Nethsingha, (son of Old Thomian and former fellow Revd Roy Yin –trained STC chorister & organist, Lucian Nethsingha, former Director of Music at Exeter Cathedral) sang their Advent Carols Service last night our time (4pm GMT) and it was broadcast live yesterday on BBC 3 and on