|Place||Asia: Singapore, Changi|
|Physical description||Aluminium, Wood|
|Place made||Singapore: Changi|
Second World War, 1939-1945
Trophy Shield : Drill and Sports Competition, Changi
Wooden shield inlaid with aluminium plaques. At the top is an aluminium scroll engraved 'Jeater Shield'. Beneath this is a raised wooden plaque in the same shape as the sheild which is covered with aluminium and engraved 'L of C Bde Drill & Sports Competition Changi 1943 Won by'. Inlaid along the bottom are three aluminuim plaques. Only the first is engraved and reads 'Supply Coy March'.
This plaque was made in Changi but the details surrounding it's history are unknown. It is possibly named for Lieutenant Colonel William David Jeater who served with 2/20 Battalion and was captured by the Japanese in 1942. He was released at the end of the war and discharged in February 1946.