Hockey

Royal Signals Win First Inter Corps Hockey Title In Nine Years

They defeated the Infantry in the final.

The Royal Signals have won a first Army Inter Corps hockey title in nine years after beating the Infantry.

The Signals secured the title with a 2-1 in Aldershot.

The Signals team had won 11-0 in the semi-final and scored the opening goal late in the first half.

Hugo Bristol blasted them in front and they added to the lead at the start of the second half.

Jon Hooker, who recently captained the UKAF team to the finals of the County Championships, slammed in from a corner to make it 2-0.

AJ Jordan managed to pull one back for the Infantry, but the Signals held on to win the trophy.

The Signals' win ended a nine-year wait for the trophy.

In the women’s final, the Adjutant General's Corps retained their title by beating the Army Medical Services.

Ro Coates opened the scoring for AMS, but AGC hit back through Tracy Prowse’s deflected shot.

Goals from Emily Lewis and Paula Nicholas meant the AGC held on to their status as champions.