Six Royal Marines Cadet (RMC) detachments competed against each other at the weekend at the Royal Marines Commando Training Centre in Lympstone, Devon to take home the Gibraltar Cup. The weekend saw 48 RMCs complete a tough obstacle course as well as six leadership tasks that tested their navigation, teamwork and communication skills.
This year it came down to the wire, with the winning detatchment taking home the cup by 1 point! Congratulations Caterham!
Well done to Chelmsford for winning the best Team Leader Trophy and a congratulations to Sgt Liam Harrower from Caterham who was presented with the McCarrol Trophy for being the best RMC CFAV for 2018.
Every single cadet was a credit to their Detachment, Unit and Company and should feel justifiably proud of their significant achievements. Hoofing effort!
1st place - Caterham Detachment (331 points)
2nd place - Chelmsford Detachment (330 points)
3rd place - Queensferry Detachment (286 points)
4th place - Preston Detachment (282 points)
5th place - Sheffield Detachment (267 points)
6th place - Redditch and Bromsgrove Detachment (260 points)