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Wootton’s double sees 13 man Mos beat London.

A Bailey Wootton double and efforts from Adam Rehak and Steve Osman saw a shortbenched Invicta Dynamos overcome the London Raiders for the second time in six days as they won 4-3 at Lee Valley in the NIHL South Division 1. The Dynamos yet again had to con

Brit forward Bailey bolsters Mos squad.

Head Coach Kevin Parrish has moved to bolster his squad before the impending signing deadline with the capture of 20 year old forward Scott Bailey who arrives from the EPL’s Manchester Phoenix to ice for the Dynamos from this weekend. Former Guildford a

Rehak’s winner inflicts loss on London.

A 54th minute Adam Rehak thunderbolt decided the game on Sunday night as further efforts from Steve Osman and Bailey Wootton saw a Dynamos side depleted by injuries and suspensions overcome the London Raiders 3-2. The Mos entered the clash with 14 players

Haydn Wootton to sit out the season.

The Invicta Dynamos must regrettably announce that forward Haydn Wootton will miss the remainder of the 2016/17 season after suffering cruciate ligament knee damage that will require surgery. 18 year old forward Haydn Wootton is in his first season as a f

Mos frustrated in home loss to Streatham.

It was a night of huge frustration for the Invicta Dynamos on Sunday as 97 minutes of penalties against the hosts allowed visiting Streatham to claim a 3-1 road win at the Silver Blades, Gillingham. The Mos took to the ice minus the injured Haydn Wootton,

Sorry night for Dynamos at Solent.

After an excellent weekend against the Chelmsford Chieftains the Invicta Dynamos were brought crashing back to earth on Saturday night as they suffered an 8-2 road defeat at the hands of the Solent Devils. The Dynamos travelled to the south coast without

Bristol’s Dibble back with the Dynamos.

Just over a week after returning to Bristol, shot stopper John Dibble is now back with the Invicta Dynamos for the remainder of the season having agreed to continue to cover for Damien King who suffered a reoccurrence of his leg injury. When the Dynamos l

Mos tie with Chieftains for 3 point weekend.

The Invicta Dynamos were held in an enthralling 3-3 draw in the weekend’s second encounter against the Chelmsford Chieftains on Sunday as a double from Adam Rehak and a strike from captain Callum Fowler ensured a share of the points. After a remarkable

Mos the winner in thriller in Essex.

The Invicta Dynamos kept their title dreams alive as they came from behind to overturn a 6-4 deficit at 47 minutes to win 8-6 on the road in Essex against the Chelmsford Chieftains in the NIHL South Division 1. Both teams came into the tie in a rich vein

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