AIF 45th Battalion prize medal, WWI, in bronze (31mm), By MBLd, obverse, wreath and inside inscribed, '45th Bn/A.I.F/France', reverse inscribed, '100 Yds/Handicap/Pte W.G.Young./2nd '; Royal Navy And Army Boxing Association prize medal, 1918, in bronze (32mm), reverse inscribed, '1918./No.11.Con.Depot./Boxing./Won By/Dvr.Smith.S.C./4568./17.A.F.A'. Good very fine. (2)
William George Young, bootmaker, age 23, born at Bendigo, Vic; Enl.22Feb1916 at Lithgow, NSW; Emb.14Apr1916; to France 16Jan1917 with 2nd Reinfs for 45Bn; WIA 07Jun1917; returned to unit 02Sep1917; RTA 22Jun1919; Disch.06Aug1919.
Stanley Charles Smith, farm labourer, age 19, born at London, England; Enl.09Jun1915 at Kingaroy, Qld; Emb.29Jun1915 with 25Bn as Private with regimental no.982; to 5FCE 05Oct1915 as Sapper and allotted new regimental no.4568; to 8FCE 21Feb1916; to 15FAB 26Mar1916; to 6FAB 21Jan1917; appt'd Driver 18Apr1918; served at Gallipoli and in France; RTA 23Jul1919; Disch.15Dec1919.