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Jerseys revealed and available to order today.

It’s a new look roster for the Invicta Dynamos in 2015/16 and they’ll be wearing a trio of new look jerseys as the club unveils their latest home, away and warm-up shirts ahead of the new campaign. Home Kit The Mos will wear a predominantly white (

D-man Mewett makes Mos move.

Former Invicta Dynamos junior Jarvis Mewett will make a return to the Mos this season after the 19 year old defenceman agreed a switch from the Lee Valley Lions ahead of 2015/16. Jarvis Mewett rose through the ranks in Gillingham to first appear for the u

Latvia’s Ozollapa set to fire for the Mos.

Latvian Eriks Ozollapa is the Invicta Dynamos’ new number 9 after the free scoring forward signed on the line agreeing a move to Kent following stints in America, Belarus, Germany, Switzerland, Norway and his home nation. 28 year old Ozollapa originally

Defenceman Dewey extends Dynamos stay.

18 year old blue liner Elliott Dewey returns to the Invicta Dynamos for a second consecutive season after the defenceman successfully agreed terms to extend his stay for the 2015/16 campaign. Elliott Dewey arrived at the Mos as a promising talent ahead of

Condren claims Mos roster spot for 2015/16.

19 year old forward Joshua Condren will wear number 88 for the Mos next season after the former Guildford junior penned a deal to join the Dynamos following his debut year in the NIHL South Division 1 with the London Raiders last term. Joshua Condren rose

Gutridge and Lee to line up for Mos again.

Hard working forwards Brad Gutridge and Jack Lee are to return to the Invicta Dynamos again in 2015/16 after the pair extended their contracts with the Mos to spend another campaign in the NIHL South Division 1. Brad Gutridge earned a full roster spot wit

Mos add fixtures with Southeast Trophy.

The Invicta Dynamos will compete on a third front in 2015/16 as they take on the Chelmsford Chieftains, London Raiders and Streatham Redskins for the right to lift the Southeast Trophy. This week the English Ice Hockey Association (EIHA) granted permissio

Redmond relishing a move to the Mos.

20 year old former Ireland international Conor Redmond is the latest new face to join the Invicta Dynamos ahead of 2015/16 with the skater switching to Kent after two seasons with the Slough Jets. Conor Redmond rose up the ranks to ice for the Junior Belf

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