The Coach Core program serves young adults from around the United Kingdom, providing training for "apprentices" who receive mentoring and other coaching skills so they can become professionals in the field.
The couple were at Loughborough University on Sunday to hand out awards on behalf of Coach Core, one of the charities supported by their Royal Foundation.
Meghan, 37, was particularly impressive on the court, completing her drills in a pair of heels - which she'd teamed with a navy Oscar de la Renta top and black Altuzarra trousers.
Meghan and Harry reportedly jetted off to enjoy a romantic weekend away in Amsterdam.
Her tresses appeared to be longer and straighter, as opposed to the curls she has recently favoured, and had been styled with a distinctive middle parting. Harry led his team to a 3-2 victory over Meghan's, but in the eyes of one of the prince's teammates, 7ft 1in ex-basketball player David Robinson, that may have been a mistake.
The program - established by The Royal Foundation (the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's organisation) - aims to give apprentices aged between 16 and 24 the opportunity to become sports coaches in the future. At the time, the royal couple had been quietly dating for just over a year, and just two months later they announced the news of their engagement.