The former Duntroon cadet accused of raping a fellow cadet took to the stand on Tuesday to give his own version of what occurred on the night in question.
Fijian national, Samisoni Baikeitoga, 24, is fighting one charge for allegedly raping the female cadet in her room at the Duntroon base in April last year.
However, Mr Baikeitoga insists the sex was consensual and he has pleaded not guilty.
Mr Baikeitoga said after a night drinking in the city with friends, and at one point sharing a kiss with the alleged victim, he returned to Duntroon with a fellow Fijian cadet that was heavily intoxicated.
He said after putting his friend to bed in the common room he had left to have a smoke outside.
However, along the way he said he found women's shoes, a purse and keys on the ground and the alleged victim standing nearby.
When he approached the woman with her belongings he said she grabbed his shirt and began kissing him.
He said at that stage he had no idea who the woman was.
The pair continued kissing and stumbled back to the woman's room, Mr Baikeitoga said, he said he dropped her belongings in the room and was going to leave, but the woman began to kiss him again.
Eventually they ended up on the woman's bed and had sexual intercourse, he said. He was adamant that at no point did she ask him to stop.
Earlier, the woman said she had no memory of leaving Mooseheads or getting to Duntroon and only recalled waking up to someone on top of her and asking them to stop.
Mr Baikeitoga said he didn't tell anyone, including police, about the intercourse as he did not know who the woman was.
He also held fears of being kicked out of the college as he already had two warnings against his name for failing a test due to injury and being absent without leave. Duntroon has strict anti-fraternisation rules between cadets.
The court heard he had been a model student after receiving the two warnings, and was recognised as the best international cadet at Duntroon in June 2018, two months after the alleged rape.
The trial continues.