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There are a couple of results to report this month. The re arranged table tennis saw our team of three only win 4 games and finish in 4th place. At the Battalion orienteering we didn't have enough boys present to register a result as a team, but Matt Richards was the individual winner, so we took some solace from that! (full results on the noticeboard in the hall)
On Friday nights we are now concentrating on preparation for our day of action on March 18th, but over half term, some of the boys will be away on the re-scheduled winter venture, now that Mr Allan is fit and well enough to take them.

Pete Burgess — officer in charge of company section.

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