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The Corps performs amazingly well within the sporting arena both at Corps and Army level.

Sport is absolutely ingrained as part of The RLC ethos, a great advertisement for potential new soldiers and officers.

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The 2019 annual ‘The Royal Logistic Corps Sports Awards’ were held in the form of a Sports Awards Dinner Night in the HQ Officers’ Mess on 27 June 2019 in the presence of The Master General of Logistics, Lieutenant General Sir M W Poffley KCB OBE.

This was the 22nd celebration of The RLC Sports Awards, whereby the Corps continues to perform at the highest levels with undiminished success across the whole spectrum of Army and national and international sport.

The awards ceremony was presented by the Col RLC with at least 180 guests in attendance, including esteemed sponsors, extremely worthy nominees and numerous sportsmen and sportswomen supporting their teams and colleagues.

The next RLC Sports Awards will be held at the officers mess in The RLC’s new home of WORTHY DOWN on thursday 25 june 2020

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