The Hutton Trophy
The Hutton Trophy.
Royal Marine Jamie Hutton, died on 15 July, 2008, when a Land Rover overturned during a training exercise. The 23-year-old member of Plymouth-based 42 Commando was killed in the accident at Lulworth Firing Range, near Weymouth, Dorset.
Marine Hutton's father, Jim, a serving Marine officer, said: "Our lovely lad, full of the joys of life, irrepressibly vibrant, kindness personified and friend to all, has gone - but he will never be forgotten.
Jamie and his father were the highest placed family team in their category in the Brecon Beacons 2006.
In honour of their son the Hutton family have donated a trophy which is to awarded annually to highest scoring military team in the Long Score class. This is to be known as The Hutton Trophy.
Every year we are pleased to welcome many teams from all branches of the military and hope that the four elements of the Commando ethos; courage, determination, unselfishness and cheerfulness characterise the attutude of all our OMM competitors.