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Mos name Leone as new player / coach.

The Invicta Dynamos are delighted to announce the appointment of Anthony Leone to the role of player / coach for the upcoming campaign with the forward’s tenure beginning immediately to allow him to lead preparations for 2019/20. 36 year old Anthony Leo

Parrish to step down after 15 seasons.

The Invicta Dynamos will have a new coach for the upcoming 2019/20 campaign as current Head Coach Kevin Parrish steps back from the bench to take on his new position as club owner after an incredible 15 seasons in charge. Kevin Parrish will announce his s

Season ends as Mos exit Playoff Quarterfinals.

Invicta Dynamos ended their 2018/2019 season with a 13-4 home defeat against the Swindon Wildcats as they crashed out of the play-offs 24-5 on aggregate. Dynamos also bid farewell to long-serving owners Jackie and Andy Mason, who have ran the club for 22

Mos lose sight of Wildcats in playoff 1st leg.

The Swindon Wildcats took a huge advantage into the 2nd leg of the playoff quarter finals on Saturday night final following an 11-1 first-leg win over the Invicta Dynamos at the Link Centre. The Dynamos were missing defencemen Ryan Giles, Arran Strawson a

STATEMENT: Mason family to pass on the torch.

After an incredible 22 seasons at the helm of the Invicta Dynamos, Club Director / Secretary Jackie Mason and Game Night Co-ordinator Andy Mason are stepping back from running the club at the close of the campaign with current Head Coach Kevin Parrish and

Mos end league with narrow loss to Bison.

The Invicta Dynamos ended their NIHL South Division 1 campaign with a narrow 2-1 home defeat at the hands of the Basingstoke Bison in Gillingham on Sunday night with Louis Colvin on target for the hosts. The Mos were without Ryan Giles, Joe Allen, Arran S

Penalty trouble halts Mos in Streatham.

Goals from Oskars Ancitis and Anthony Leone were not enough to prevent the Invicta Dynamos falling to a 5-2 loss to Streatham IHC in their final away league fixture of the season as two game penalties hindered the travelling side’s ability to fight back

League format agreed for 2019/20.

The Invicta Dynamos will compete in a new league structure in 2019/20 against Bracknell Hornets, Chelmsford Chieftains, London Raiders 2, Milton Keynes Thunder, Oxford City Stars, Slough Jets, Solent Devils, Streatham IHC and a tenth side yet to be confir

Mos upset Phantoms with penalty shot win.

It was a performance of the season for the Invicta Dynamos on Saturday night as they overcame the title challenging Peterborough Phantoms with a penalty shot victory in a thrilling encounter at Planet Ice, Gillingham. The script was well and truly ripped

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