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Sebastian Downing becomes a Dynamo

20 year old forward Sebastian Downing has become the latest player to join the Invicta Dynamos after the former Chelmsford and London skater put pen to paper in Gillingham following a year across the pond. Sebastian Downing played his junior years at Lee

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Brandon Webster signs with the Mos

The Invicta Dynamos have added youth to the 2017/18 attacking line-up by completing the signing of England under 18s representative and younger brother of forward Mason Webster – 17 year old Brandon Webster. Brandon Webster has risen through the junior

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Czech hotshot Adam Rehak is back!

Defences across the NIHL South are getting ready to feel the heat once again as the Invicta Dynamos today confirmed the return of league all-star, club forward of the year and 2016/17 playoff champion Adam Rehak who returns to the Mos for a second straigh

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Lillis lines up for seventh season

The Invicta Dynamos are delighted to welcome back one of the club’s current longest serving players after 23 year old Kent born defenceman Harrison Lillis penned a contract to keep him at the club for 2017/18. Harrison Lillis’ link to the Invicta Dyna

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Head Coach keen to keep Condren

It will be a third consecutive term at the Invicta Dynamos for 21 year old forward Joshua Condren after the speedy skater agreed terms to remain in Kent where he will be looking to add to his 89 appearances in a Mos jersey since his arrival in the summer

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NIHL Cup format agreed for 2017/18

The Invicta Dynamos will compete with 11 other NIHL Division 1 sides for the right to lift the NIHL Cup in 2017/18 as the competition goes national and could see the Mos compete with northern teams should they make the final. The NIHL Cup will feature 12

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Ralph returns for second Mos season

23 year old Hull born blue liner Tommy Ralph is back with the Invicta Dynamos for 2017/18 after penning a deal that will keep the NIHL South Division 1 playoff champion in Gillingham for a second consecutive campaign. Tommy Ralph’s debut term with the D

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Dynamos complete deal with Dibble

The Invicta Dynamos are pleased to confirm that 29 year old shot stopper John Dibble has elected to stay with the club for 2017/18 having answered a mayday call not once, but twice, and performed exceptionally when the Mos suffered a netminder injury cris

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