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Brave Mos lose out to Lightning in cup.

A man of the match performance from Charlie Phillips and a home debut goal from brother Billy saw the Dynamos turn in a brave display against the EPL’s Milton Keynes Lightning before going down 7-2 in the English Challenge Cup. The opening period saw a

Mos go down by one after frantic Island finale.

The Invicta Dynamos were within an inch of a point on Saturday night as Charlie Phillips rattled the frame of the goal in a frantic finale that saw the Mos narrowly lose out 8-7 to the Wightlink Raiders in the NIHL South Division 1 and English Challenge C

Dynamos confirm Chris Cooke departure.

The Invicta Dynamos regret to announce that 19 year old blue liner Chris Cooke has recently departed the club having expressed a need to be located closer to his Guildford home due to family illness. Chris Cooke originally signed for the Dynamos on a two-

Leone penalty change gives Mos full roster.

The Invicta Dynamos will have a full roster for the first time this season when they travel to the Isle of Wight on Saturday and host the Milton Keynes Lightning on Sunday after captain Anthony Leone’s penalty was downgraded from match to game and the P

Leone lets loose as Mos sink Streatham.

Four goals from Anthony Leone led the way on Saturday night as his efforts, alongside others from Juraj Huska (3), Steve Osman (2), Callum Fowler (2) and Nicky Lewis, helped the Mos thump Streatham 12-4 in the NIHL Southern Cup. In the opening frame the D

Baxter back to bolster the Dynamos.

Grant Baxter is back with the Dynamos after the veteran utility man was today confirmed by Head Coach Kevin Parrish as a part of his 2014/15 line-up having dressed for the side on the road against the Bracknell Hornets on Sunday. Grant Baxter first briefl

Osman penalty downgraded to game.

Forward Steve Osman will no longer serve a game suspension after his match penalty for high sticks against the Bracknell Hornets on Sunday 14th September was downgraded to a game penalty leaving him free to ice this weekend. Steve Osman was the unfortunat

Huska hammers home for late Bracknell win.

A last gasp Juraj Huska goal snatched victory for the Dynamos in Berkshire on Sunday night as the Slovak drilled home from distance at 58.58 to seal a frantic 7-6 road win over the Bracknell Hornets and complete a four point weekend. The Dynamos had made

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