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Eddie Moriarty

It is with deep regret that the club has learned of the passing of Eddie Moriarty.  Eddie was a member of OSBC for many years playing in the Over 60s Triples League as well as many times for the club in league and cup matches.  He was a very pleasant and likeable man and an asset to the club.

The club sends it’s deepest sympathies to wife Grace and family.  He will be sorely missed.

Sad News

Margaret

It is with deep regret that the club has learned of the passing of a much loved member Margaret Hosegood.

Margaret was a great supporter to husband Jim and to the club, and she could always be seen on match days and special club functions in the kitchen helping to provide refreshments for hungry members.

Margaret was a regular member of the ‘Kitchen Ladies’ before she herself took up the sport.

Fun on Ladies Day

The club sends it’s deepest sympathies to Jim and family for their sad loss.

Margaret will be sorely missed

Future of the Club Website

Having established and administered the Club’s Website since 2015 it is now time for someone else to take on this task.  I enjoyed setting the site up (with the aid of my grandson) and keeping it updated during the last 5 years.  I am sure you will all appreciate that things are not getting any easier for me and I feel that someone who is closer to the day-to-day action at the club would be an ideal choice to take on the position of Website Administrator.  Any interested member can contact me on 01837-659745

Brian Rogers

Sad News

It is with deep regret that the club has learned of the passing of our dear friend and life member Stan Cousins.  Stan passed away peacefully on December 9th at the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital.   He was a popular and well respected member who was honoured by the club with life membership for his many years of work on our behalf.   Stan was our club treasurer for 18 years and bar manager before stepping down to play a less active role.  He would always be seen on match days selling raffle tickets to spectators and was still involved in the collection of funds for the 100 Club.   Until very recently he also helped to conduct the monthly prize draws.  

He will be sorely missed.

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