Sport plays a key part in the activities of every squadron. As well as the friendly sport played at the squadron on squadron evenings, seven sports are played competitively between squadrons. Cadets who show talent in these inter-squadron matches can be selected to represent their Wing, Region or the Corps in competitive matches; these cadets can win wing, regional or corps 'Blues'. The main sports played competitively are:

Throughout the year there are plenty of sports competitions for cadets to take part in, as well as other less competitive outing such as ice skating and canoeing. Our squadron is very well situated for a range of sports; Plas Menai - National Watersports Centre for Wales is great for canoeing, swimming and other watersports, the Beacons climbing centre is only a short drive from the squadron, and there are many other centres such as Plas Y Brenin which we visit often.
Taking part in these sports are beneficial to cadets, as there's always a chance to gain qualifications such as the swimming proficiency qualification.

Other sports are also played in matches between squadrons, including Volleyball, 5-a-side football, table tennis, etc. At the squadron, cadets can enjoy sports such as rounders and football on the nearby school playing field. Cadets taking part in the Duke of Edinburgh's Award also use various sports such as running and fitness-training to complete the physical recreation section of the award.