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First RLC Inter Unit Volleyball Competition

The first ever Corps’ Inter Unit Volleyball Competition was held at the Aldershot Garrison Sports Centre on Wed 31 Jul 2019.

In all, 12 RLC units entered 21 teams with 10 QOGLR winning the men’s competition, Tidworth Garrison taking the women’s and 4 Regiment winning the mixed team competition.

“The event was a huge success and was strongly attended, highly competitive and the gym was buzzing.” said Maj C B Khatri, OC 90 Sqn, 9 Regiment RLC and Secretary Corps Volleyball.

“We were honoured to have the Corps SSM and Col RLC both in attendance.”

There are plans to hold further tournaments in future and to make this an annual RLC event.

Winners list

Men
Winner: 10 QOGLR
Runner-up: 9 Regiment RLC
2nd Runner-up: 29 Regiment RLC)

Women
Winner: Tidworth Garrison,
Runner-up: 27 Regiment RLC
2nd Runner-up: 9 Regiment RLC

Mixed
Winner: 4 Regiment RLC,
Runner-up: 1 Regiment RLC
2nd Runner-up: 29 Regiment RLC)

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