On Wednesday 15 May members of British Forces, Gibraltar took part in Commander of British Forces (CBF) Cup.
There were four teams all hoping to be the first to get their name engraved on the brand new cup: Royal Gibraltar Regiment, Army Minor Units (AMU), Royal Navy and Royal Air Force.
Sports included Golf, 5-a-side football, volleyball, tug-of-war and a Superstar relay challenge.
Forces Radio BFBS's Hayley Hammond was there pitch side throughout the afternoon - you can hear what happened in the clip at the top of the page.
One of the highlights of the afternoon was the Tug-of-war event. You can see the Royal Navy taking on the Royal Gibraltar Regiment in the video below.
Leading Diver Josh Brown said:
I think the biggest surprise of the day was the AMU absolutely smashing the tug-of-war... that was impressive
British Forces Gibraltar are hoping to make this an annual event and one of the event organisers, WO1 Kel Noteyoung, said:
Everyone seemed to enjoy it today, CBF is keen to make it happen so hopefully next year we can make it bigger and better
It was a day of friendly competitiveness and rivalry with great spirits from all teams.
The scores on the doors at the end of the day were as follows:
4th place: Royal Air Force - 8
3rd place: AMU (Army Minor Units) - 11
2nd place: Royal Navy - 15
1st place: Royal Gibraltar Regiment - 16