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Diary

lThere were no military police or camp commandants to be seen by those breaking the 11pm-6am curfew imposed on RedR Challenge contestants last Saturday night at Sunningdale. Which was disappointing for all those who rose to the challenge to sneak to a checkpoint for a 2am rendezvous and 500 points on the team scoreboard. It's no fun skulking around in the middle of the night if there is no danger of being caught, is there? Disgruntlement appeared widespread in fact: An impromptu wrestling ...

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