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The RLC Sports Awards 2018

The RLC Sports Awards 2018 were held on 4 Jul 18 at the Officers’ Mess at Deepcut.

MGL Lt Gen Mark Poffley was in attendance along with former Brig’s and other former officers of the Corps. The prizes were presented by rugby star Andy Goode.

Below is the full list of winners and a selection of pictures from the night. Congratulations to all the winners.

Sports Coach/administrator of the year

  1. Maj Lee Richard, 17 P&M Regt, Triathlon
  2. Sgt Kyle Holder, 27 Regt, Boxing
  3. Capt Andy Evans, 9 Regt, Rugby Union

Sports Team of the Year

  1. RLC Men’s Rugby Union
  2. RLC Enduro
  3. RLC Triathlon

Young Sportswoman of the Year

LCpl Abi Childs, 9 Regt, Enduro

Young Sportsman of the Year

  1. Pte Miles Cawood, 1 Regt, Biathlon Nordic Skiing
  2. LCpl Jack Webb, 9 Regt, Cycling
  3. Pte Adrea Vasuitoga, 25 Regt, Rugby Union

Sportswoman of the Year

  1. LCpl Fern Davies, 9 Regt, Netball
  2. Mag Rebecca Darke, DEMS Trg Regt, Equestrian Sports

Sportsman of the Year

  1. SSgt Kalen Hicks, 9 Regt, Enduro
  2. LCpl Gary Clark, 39 Engr Regt, Hockey
  3. Cpl Shaine Ryland-Gasher, RHQ The RLC, Fencing

RLC Special Awards

Hemming Belt

Cpl Alanna Nihell, 27 Regt, Boxing

RLC Special Award

Capt Liam Harkin, 27 Regt, Boxing

Sgt Stuart Jones, 17 P&M Regt, Angling

Capt Harriet Travis, 17 P&M Regt

Capt Sean Twine, 1 Regt, Nordic Skiing

SSgt Jo Hursey, 9 Regt, Invictus Games

Lifetime Achievement

WO1 Ellis Langford, HQ South West, Football

Maj Alli Shields, 17 P&M Regt, Basketball

WO2 Kevin Gibson, 101 Regt, Squash

Pioneer Spirit Award

9 Regt

Sports Personality of the Year

Maj Bruce Ekman, 1 Regt, Invictus Games

 

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