Key dates over October 1918
Lives lost on this day: 14
31st October 1918 - Battalion wins award for bayonet competition
Rolling casualty count: 11345
2nd Batt: Batt carried out platoon attacks on a wide frontage as carried out in the new fighting. There was a hockey match between officers and COs resulting in a draw.
3rd Batt: Col Whalley resumed command of the Batt.
4th Batt: All signallers paraded under Sgt Sheasby. All Platoon Commanders attended a lecture by the Brigade Major on map reading and the use of compasses.
1/8th Batt: The Batt was successful in winning both Lord Cavan`s cups, one for Bayonet fighting and one for PT. The events had taken place in between fighting duties and D Coy had lost 2 members of their team. In the competitions, 168 teams had competed. Lord Cavan said the PT was worthy of a Public School Team.
- Pte. William James Burford 39659 - 1/7th Bn Worcs Reg
- Pte. Oscar Harold Davies 57230 - 14th Bn Worcs Reg
- Pte. Frederick Fisher 41688 - 1/7th Bn Worcs Reg
- Pte. Richard James Fray 11803 - 1st Bn Worcs Reg
- Pte. Harry. Gear 41651 - 1/7th Bn Worcs Reg
- Pte. Francis Henry Law 12304 - 2nd Bn Worcs Reg
- Pte. James Edward Lewis 202457 - 3rd Bn Worcs Reg
- L/Cpl. James Marks 200640 - 1/7th Bn Worcs Reg
- Pte. Thomas William Maunders 50678 - 2nd Bn Worcs Reg
- L/Cpl. Stanley Nail 242069 - 2/8th Bn Worcs Reg
- L/Cpl. Thomas John Oliver 46587 - 16th Bn Worcs Reg
- L/Cpl. Harold Ernest Ravenscroft 242346 - 1/8th Bn Worcs Reg
- L/Cpl. George Arthur Shell 57628 - 2nd Bn Worcs Reg
- Pte. Albert Victor Bates 68855 - Devonshire Regiment
- Sgt. Benjamin Joseph Green 46639 - Lancashire Fusiliers
- Pte. Clement James Jones 51015 - Somerset Light Infantry
- Pte. George Henry Smith 29240 - East Lancashire Regiment
- Pte. Herbert Ernest Newman 483139 - Labour Corps
- Pte. Jack Grainger 16699 - Lancashire Fusiliers