Monthly archives: May 2015

“A promise to be kept” – Rob’s Ride 2015

To cycle from John O’Groats to Land’s End was Rob’s final challenge to friend Abi, and me, his mum. 1114 miles, the wiggly way, the length of the country – how hard could that be? 16 good friends set off on 2nd May and, miraculously, 16 of us cycled together […]

Rob's Ride - the RGF

Loughborough university cricket supports the RGF

Loughborough University Cricket: Loyal Friends a Year On

Rob’s friends have now nearly all left Loughborough Uni, however, they are determined that his memory and legacy will carry on. One by one their lives are moving from the University but they have done their best to ensure that Rob’s memory will linger. A fun Cricket Tournament, even if […]

Rob’s old Golf Club does him proud!

Rob had been Junior Captain of Colchester Golf Club in 2010, and I bet there is hardly a member that can’t close their eyes and imagine Rob practising his putting outside the clubhouse. He did, after all, practise for hours and hours and hours…… Even during his treatment he would […]

South Woodford Cricket Club supports the RGF

300 Young Cricketers raise money for the RGF

Trustee David Cant and his wife, Julie, enjoyed a wonderful day at South Woodford Cricket Club’s May 2015 Colts Festival. Sue Neicho had done a fabulous job organising the day, which around 300 folks attended. It’s great to see so many people have a great family day out and remember […]

Gold spot on the podium

Jack Hatton wins South of England Champs in a legal 13.75. UKA Euro Junior qualifying time secured! Jack, a hurdler, is currently studying at Bath University, and his RGF grant helps with travel expenses to and from his hectic training schedule and competitions. It’ll certainly help him on his way […]

Jack Hatton supported by the RGF

Jaidon and Reyce Asesimba supported by the Rob George Foundation

Reyce & Jaidon Asesimba – Double Gold for Brothers

Reyce and Jaidon have both been going from strength to strength with their Jiu Jitsu. It’s not surprising really when you look back at Reyce’s application to the RGF where he described his average training schedule. Reyce (aged 13 and shown in the picture below) wrote: “Monday: Morning BJJ with […]