The British Army have won the Inter Services under 23s rugby union title after late drama against the Royal Air Force in Aldershot.
After defeating the Navy last week in Plymouth, Gareth Slade-Jones' team knew a win against the RAF would seal the championship.
Despite trailing at half-time, the Army provided a brilliant comeback to win the match.
The RAF put in a tremendous first-half performance and deservedly led at the break by 13 points thanks to tries from Will Lamont, Jordan Oatley and Craig Irwin.
The second half saw both sides show their attacking talent and it looked as though Calum Jones' try would seal a win for the Royal Air Force.
However, Samuel Bolton got the dramatic winning try meaning the Army won 31-28.