Sailors, Marines and aircrew do battle for trophy
ROYAL Navy sailors, aircrew and Royal Marines are battling it out in the hotly contested Inverdale Trophy.
This year's Royal Navy inter-command competition is now underway concluding in the final in late March.
Teams are playing for the Inverdale Trophy, named after a former Royal Navy Surgeon Captain John Inverdale.
A rugby man himself, he was committed to Plymouth's Devonport Services club, where he not only played his rugby, but also took on various roles with the club committees.
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Captain John Inverdale was made a Life Member of the Royal Navy Rugby Union in 1970.
It is hoped that the radio and television broadcaster John Inverdale, son of Captain John Inverdale, will again be present at this year's finals.
Last year's final saw Naval Air Commands 'Men of Air' and the 'Might' of the Royal Marines fight for the trophy with 'Men of Air' lifting the trophy for the fourth time within a six year period.