Competition results archive

Competition winners for 1988

Key to results:
Companies separated by a forward slash a combined team won the competition that year.
Companies separated by the word 'and' indicate separate teams but joint winners that year.

Enfield Battalion

5-a-side Football (Junior - Under 15) 1st Hoddesdon BB
Athletics (Junior Section) 1st Hoddesdon BB
Athletics (Sports Challenge Cup) 2nd Enfield BB
Bergin Victory Cup 3rd Enfield BB
Bugle Band (The Mace) 3rd Enfield BB
Challenge Bugle Team 3rd Enfield BB
Challenge Drum Team 3rd Enfield BB
Company Drill (Colours) 3rd Enfield BB
Cricket League 3rd Enfield BB
Figure Marching (Junior Section) 16th Enfield BB
First Aid 3rd Enfield BB
Football League (Open) 3rd Enfield BB
Individual Bugle 3rd Enfield BB
Individual Drum 3rd Enfield BB
Physical Training/PR Games 2nd Enfield BB
Squad Drill 3rd Enfield BB
Swimming 2nd Enfield BB
Swimming (Intermediate) 2nd Enfield BB and 1st Hoddesdon BB
Swimming (Senior) 1st Hoddesdon BB
Table Tennis (Open) 3rd Enfield BB
Table Tennis (Junior - Under 15) 3rd Enfield BB

London District

Bible Quiz (Junior Section) 174th London BB
Bugle Team 11th Kingston and Merton BB
Cross Country (Junior - Under 14) 13th Bromley BB
Cross Country (Senior) 9th Waltham Forest BB
Daily Telegraph Shield 1st Enfield BB/3rd Enfield BB
Devonshire Cup 11th Kingston and Merton BB
Drum Team 5th Mid Surrey BB
First Aid 17th Waltham Forest BB
Football Championship Shield Enfield Battalion
Gymnastics - Parallel Bars 70th London BB
Individual Drum 5th Mid Surrey BB
Junior Band/Novice Band 1st Warley BB
PR Games 70th London BB
Squad Drill 17th Waltham Forest BB
Two Section Drill 3rd Enfield BB

North London Zone

6-a-side Football (Junior Section) 1st Barnet BB
Football League (Junior - Under 14) 1st Barnet BB

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