Younger brother of fans’ favourite Jesse and subject of a terrace chant that famously questions his social media activities too, Ollie rose through the ranks, where he still turns out for the academy, to make his front side debut in November ‘21 at home to Seaford Town in the Sussex Senior Cup, at seventeen.
Scored his maiden goal courtesy of a last minute equaliser, a mere five minutes after joining the action, at Bath City in the final game of 2022. Multiple trophy winner as a teen, picking up successive Isthmian Youth League titles with the U18s, to compliment his Dennis Probee Sussex Youth Cup gong and promotion with the U19s (academy).
A nightmare for any opposition as he runs them ragged thanks to a fearless approach, OS continues to map out his still fledgling career though loan experiences at the likes of Lancing and Littlehampton Town (twice). Indeed, this season has seen him notch an impressive seven strikes in fifteen matches, including a match-winning treble at Beckenham Town and one, as a substitute, in a stunning six-one Senior Cup annihilation of Bognor for the latter.