The Navy football team made an impact on and off the field during their recent training and development camp in Hawaii.
Inter-service rivalry was on display at the Sydney Harbour Regatta from March 1-3, where Navy placed second in Division 1 and won first place in Division 2 of the Australian Defence Force Sailing Association’s yachting championships.
While the AFLW had its big dance on the weekend, Navy had a full dance card of its own with two teams competing at the Australian Defence Force Aussie Rules Football national championships in Victoria.
HMAS Cerberus recently answered the call when a request was made for two Navy swimmers to join a servicemen’s relay team at the 2019 Australian Imperial Forces National Swimming Carnival at Noble Park in Melbourne.
Navy’s female footballers have carried their red hot form into the new-year by taking out the Football New South Wales Futsal Community Cup.
Navy Football Federation Australia continued its commitment to forge stronger ties with the broader Australian football community by participating in the 2019 Johnny Warren Cup last weekend.
While being named Rookie of the Year at the Australian Defence Force National Basketball Championships was a career highlight for AB Georgia Joseph, her selection in the ADF women’s team was a surprise bonus.
A spirited effort from Navy’s Tiger Sharks ice hockey team was not enough to overcome Army and Air Force in the rink at this year’s annual Defence tournament.
As part of Navy Week celebrations, members of HMAS Moreton took to the green to compete with naval veterans from across South East Queensland in a bowls tournament.
The Australian Defence Force has long encouraged the mental and physical fitness of its members, both while at work and in their own time.