It was a clean sweep for the Army men and women against the RAF in the latest inter-services rugby clashes.

A super solo try from England international Semesa Rokoduguni helped the Army claim their first victory over the Royal Air Force since 2014 as they recorded a 35 points to 14 win in Aldershot.

Junior Bulumakau, Matt Dawson and Rob Lennox also crossed for the Army as they outscored their rivals four tries to one.

Rob Bell grabbed a consolation effort for the Light Blues as the defeat ended their hopes of winning this year's Inter Services Championship.

Instead, it's the Army who can now look forward to their showdown against the Royal Navy at a sold-out Twickenham Stadium knowing a draw is enough to see them crowned Forces Champions for 2017.

Earlier, it had been a much closer battle in a fantastic women's match.

The RAF led first through a great interception try from Kate Edwards, before the Army replied almost immediately through Carrie Roberts.

Rhi Walton scored again for the RAF with a try set up by Amy Cokayne, before the Army added three further tries before half-time, two from Louise Dodd and one from Chelsey Snead.

Their half-time lead of 28 -14 was pegged back after the break by Cokayne and in a frantic last few minutes the two sides shared another try each.

The result was 35-26 to the Army.

In the veterans' game earlier, the Army were successful again.