The Royal Marines have won the 2022 Combat Cup at RAF Cosford.
They beat the RAF Regiment in a title-deciding match after the Infantry pulled out of the competition due to scheduling issues.
A 3-0 win for the Marines means they've completed the double after beating the Parachute Regiment for the Falklands Cup in July.
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This was the first Combat Cup to take place since 2018 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Goals from Stu Morgan (2) and Jay Williams drove the Marines to a resounding victory and they could have added to that lead.
They hit the woodwork three times throughout the match and missed a number of clear opportunities.
It is hoped that the Infantry will be able to compete at next year's Combat Cup which will make it the first full-strength competition in five years.