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Area Paddlesport Competition

Area Paddlesport Competition

Four Medway Towns Cadets represented West Kent District at the Area Paddlesport Competition on Sunday 16th July 2017 at Dreadnought Reach, Reading.

The Cadets arrived at the unit for 0645, were driven to the venue & took part in cross stream challenge, 2km & sprint races in kayaks & canoes. One of the team was awarded a silver medal for the double kayak sprint.

District Female Football

District Female Football

It was the girls turn this time and the same aged teams were entered along with the Juniors made up from junior cadets aged 10-12. There was a tense and action packed day lined up with all teams raring to go! At the end of some thrilling games of five aside football the results were in.. Medway came 1st in both Cadet girls and Juniors! The seniors won by default due to teams on the day and both will progress through to Area in January 2017! 

District Male Football

District Male Football

The Cadet boys made up from male cadets aged 12-14 and Senior boys aged 15-18 took part in the District football competition in November. There was a great turnout from the District which produced lots of high scoring and breathless games! Both boys teams came an overall 2nd which is a fantastic result from a hard days work! 

Area Swimming

Area Swimming

One Cadet from Medway represented the District at the Area swimming competition which was held in Portsmouth, it was a very long and exhausting day however O/C Culham managed to come in 3rd place with an amazing result! Well done to all others from West Kent who attended the event.

Remembrance Parade

Remembrance Parade

November comes the time of year where we all remember the fallen who have fought for their country in wars and conflicts past and present. The Medway Towns Sea Cadet Unit participated in the annual parade at the Great Lines War Memorial where 2 minutes silence is held in an act of remembrance. The unit then divided in two with half attending the services at Rochester and the other half at the service in Gillingham.

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