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25th August 1915On this day:
- Divisional Sports day 6th County of London Brigade RFA report
2/Lt V.C. Lucas proceeded to England on 7 days leave.
A one days holiday was granted by GOCRA so that all ranks could attend the Divisional Sports at Lozinghem.
Chief Judge was Lt Col A.C. Lowe DSO (6th London Brigade RFA) and Chief Marshall was Capt M.J.K. O’Malley (6th London Brigade RFA).
The following events were won by teams or individuals of the 6th London Brigade RFA
- 1. Team Driving.
- 2. Relay Race.
- 3. Quarter Mile Open.
- 4. Light Draught Horse - 3rd prize.
- 5. Officers Jumping (open) 3rd prize.
- 1st Battalion Royal Scots in France 1915. 1st Battalion Royal Scots in France 1915.
- 25th August 1915 9th Lancers honours
- 25th Aug 1915 Raid on Steel Works
- 25th Aug 1915 Working Parties
- 25th Aug 1915 Digging
- 25th Aug 1915 Reinforcements
- 25th Aug 1915 Fatigues
- 25th Aug 1915 Orders
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