Synonyms for elthamians or Related words with elthamians

patesians              colfeians              loughtonians              halesonians              redcliffians              actonians              xaverians              northamptonians              richians              harrovians              malvernians              williamsonians              bedians              millhillians              brightonians              illtydians              centralians              cranleighans              saltleians              isleworthians              rutlishians              haileyburians              rishworthians              brodleians              streetonians              cooperians              crossleyans              caterhamians              yardleians              wykehamists              gravesendians              colstonians              cryptians              kingstonians              oundelians              alleynians              etonians              penarthians              selbornians              leamingtonians              silhillians              edwardians              ashmoleans              mannamedian              tonbridgians              ignatians              brutonians              mentonians              culverhaysians              bristolians             



Examples of "elthamians"
Old Elthamians at home to Canterbury on 23 April 2016
Old Elthamians at home to Exmouth on 25 March 2017
In 2012 Blackheath merged with Eltham College becoming Blackheath and Old Elthamians.
Redingensians Rams away to Old Elthamians on 12 November 2016
90 - 7 Old Elthamians at home to Exmouth on 25 March 2017
90 - 7 Old Elthamians at home to Exmouth on 25 March 2017
90 - 7 Old Elthamians at home to Exmouth on 25 March 2017
Abbotstonians, Anchorians, Askians, Beccehamians, Caterhamians, Cestrians, Colfeians, Creightonians, Dunstonians, Elthamians, Elysians (William Ellis School), Elthameians, Hamptonians, Hermits, Isleworthians, Ignatians, Loughton, Masonians, Mitchamians, Purleians, Olavians, Shootershillians, Tottonians, Woolverstonians
On 25 March 2017 Old Elthamians, riding high in National League 2 South, achieved a club record win 90-7 against bottom club Exmouth, a tally that included 15 tries.
Old Elthamians Rugby Football Club is an English rugby union club based in Eltham in London. They currently play in the fourth tier of English club rugby, participating in National League 2 South. Old Elthamians was formed in 1911 and currently run four senior teams and a full range of junior teams. In 2014-15 the club moved ground from the 1,300+ capacity Foxbury to the 500 capacity Queen Mary Sports Ground in Chislehurst, where they were resident for just one season before moving to their current home of College Meadow (owned by Eltham College) in Eltham, for the 2016-17 season. Old Elthamians had their first home game at College Meadow on 17 September 2016, defeating visitors Clifton 46 - 19 in front of 420 spectators.
Born on 1 November 1979 in Petts Wood, Bromley, England, Sheridan started playing rugby union at the age of nine with Old Elthamians, where he played for five years, until he went to Dulwich College. There he worked his way through the Surrey age group teams and was capped by both the England U16 and U18 Group Schools teams as a lock.
Blackheath & Old Elthamians Hockey Club formerly Blackheath Hockey Club is a field hockey club based at the College Meadow Pavilion & Astro in Eltham London. The club also play fixtures at Blackheath High School Sports Grounds in Kidbrooke Grove and Eltham College's London Marathon Ground in Mottingham.
Patrick Ross Broadfoot (born 8 March 1985) is an English rugby union player from Lewisham, London, England who currently plays for National League 2 South side Old Elthamians as a Fly-half. He has experience of English rugby union from the fourth tier (National League 2 South) right up to the Premiership.
After the 2015 RWC Stanley decided to stay in England due to family reasons. He has signed a short term deal with lower league club Old Elthamians until the end of the 2015/2016 season in April. He is also involved with helping in the sports department at Eltham College, specifically with the 7s coaching.
Four rugby clubs in Bromley are, Old Elthamians a National League 2 side, Parkhouse FC, Bromley RFC and Beckenham RFC. Beccehamians RFC is a club that was founded in 1933 which plays competitive rugby at Sparrows Den at the bottom of Corkscrew Hill in nearby West Wickham.
Blackheath & Old Elthamians runs eight men's teams, four women's teams and a large junior section. The men's first X1 play in the South Hockey League Premier Division 2 and the women's first X1 play in the East Hockey League Division 2 South East.
Eleven of the teams listed below participated in the 2015–16 National League 2 South season; Henley Hawks and Cinderford were relegated from the 2015–16 National League 1 while London Irish Wild Geese were promoted as champions of National League 3 London & SE and Exmouth (champions) and Barnstaple (playoffs) from National League 3 South West. This season would also see Old Elthamians move from the 500 capacity Queen Mary Sports Ground in Chiselhurst to College Meadow in Eltham.
After joining the Kent Invicta League, the club played at Holmesdale's Oakley Road ground in Bromley. In 2014 they obtained a 25-year lease on Foxbury Avenue ground in Chislehurst, the former ground of Old Elthamians rugby club. The first match at the new ground on 18 July 2015 saw the club lose 3–2 to Canterbury City in front of a crowd of 42.
Eleven of the teams listed below participated in the 2015–16 National League 2 South season; Henley Hawks and Cinderford were relegated from the 2015–16 National League 1 while London Irish Wild Geese were promoted as champions of National League 3 London & SE and Exmouth (champions) and Barnstaple (playoffs) from National League 3 South West. This season would also see Old Elthamians move from the 500 capacity Queen Mary Sports Ground in Chiselhurst to College Meadow in Eltham.
Eleven of the teams listed below participated in the 2013–14 National League 2 South season; Henley Hawks and Worthing Raiders were relegated from National League 1, Dorking (champions) and Old Elthamians (play-offs) were promoted from National League 3 London & SE, Lydney were promoted from National League 3 South West and Ampthill were transferred back to National League 2 North to ensure that both leagues were suitably balanced with the same number of teams.