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Defenceman Dewey stays a Dynamo.

It will be three consecutive seasons at the Invicta Dynamos for 19 year old defenceman Elliott Dewey after the blue liner agreed terms to extend his stay at the SilverBlades for the 2016/17 campaign. Elliott Dewey first arrived in Gillingham in the summer

Long serving Lillis back for more.

22 year old defenceman Harrison Lillis is back for another season with the Invicta Dynamos after enjoying a breakthrough year with the side in the NIHL South Division 1 last term. Harrison Lillis has an association with the Dynamos that dates back to his

Webster to wear Mos jersey in 16/17.

Head Coach Kevin Parrish has moved quickly to add a physical presence to his roster by making 21 year old forward Mason Webster the first new face to join the Invicta Dynamos this off-season. Mason Webster is a product of the Chelmsford junior setup and h

Arran Strawson signs up for fifth season.

It will be a fifth straight season for Arran Strawson at the Invicta Dynamos in 2016/17 after the blue liner committed his immediate future to the SilverBlades where he has already amassed 171 points for the Mos. It was 2012/13 that Arran Strawson first a

Player of the Year Zosiak pens new deal.

Hot on the heels of announcing the return of netminder Damien King, Head Coach Kevin Parrish confirmed at the end of season presentation evening that the club’s Player of the Year Ondrej Zosiak would also be back for 2016/17. Ondrej Zosiak was a late ca

King extends reign to second season.

The dust has yet to settle on 2015/16 but Head Coach Kevin Parrish has already begun his preparations ahead of the restart in September by re-signing two time NIHL South Division 1 netminder of the season Damien King for 2016/17. Damien

Season ends after Wightlink stalemate in semis.

The 2015/16 campaign has come to an end for the Invicta Dynamos after 0-0 draw with the Wightlink Raiders in Gillingham on Sunday meant that the Mos bowed out of the NIHL Southern Playoffs at the semi-final stage. The Dynamos were already facing a mammoth

Mos face uphill battle after 1st leg defeat.

The Invicta Dynamos were left with a mountain to climb in their second leg against the Wightlink Raiders in the NIHL Southern Playoffs after losing 7-2 to the Isle of Wight outfit in Ryde on Saturday night. The Dynamos roster was without the services of b

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