The 24th Lt. Col. M. K. J. Cantlay Challenge Shield, 2009 was held from 19th February to 21st February 2010. More than 50 scouts participated to the event from 8 patrols. There were 107 competitions from the 1st announcement about 24th Cantlay Shield and marks were given out of 1135 marks.

At the end of the day Buzzard patrol which was named as Ascalon throughout the Cantlay Shield 2009 won the Great Shield for the 2nd consecutive year. The competition for the 2nd and 3rd places was a big one and Penguins and Kingfishers won the 2nd and 3rd places. This time the Challenge was a very tough and a big one and the scouts showed that they are prepared for everything with their commitment, dedication, skills, knowledge and planning.

We wish all the very best for each and every patrol those who participated to this event. We pay our heartfelt gratitude for the teachers,parents, administration and others those who supported to turn this to a massive and successful one.

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