Old Boy update

Sean Boyle (1994-2001) sends the following update:

Upon leaving school in 2001 I decided to have a year out. I worked for 6 months at Sky Sports in London before spending 5 months travelling around the world. This definitely gave me a broader perspective on things and held me adjust to the change of going to university. I then attended Somerville College, Oxford, graduating in 2005 with a 2:1. During my time at university I continued working at Sky Sports in my holidays and this turned into a full time job in 2005, a couple of weeks after leaving Oxford. At Sky I began initially as a runner working on a broad range of shows before finding a job in the Cricket department as an assistant producer. I have recently taken on the role of a producer on a show called Cricket AM which runs during the summer months on Sky.

News from an Old Boy

Syed Nasser, a.k.a. Sheedy (1994 – 2001) sends this update:

Upon leaving school Sheedy went to read law at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.  He then went on to King’s College, University of London in order to study for his Masters in Public International Law.  Once completed he went on to the Inns of Court School of Law and was called to the Bar at Lincolns Inn in 2006.  In 2007 Sheedy abandoned legal practice for a career in headhunting. He is now a Consultant with Abrahams Russell, a high end legal recruitment firm in the City.  Sheedy still uses his legal skills for charity work in various tribunals across London as well as work for international human rights and development charities.  Sheedy continues, in vain, to support the cause of his beloved Southampton FC.