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Fowler double not enough to stop Streatham win.

A Callum Fowler double was not enough to prevent the Invicta Dynamos falling to a 4-2 home defeat at the hands of Streatham on Sunday night in what was already a ‘dead rubber’ clash for the Gillingham team in the NIHL Cup. Having already failed to pro

Mos slip to Streatham in NIHL Cup.

It was another disappointing cup defeat for the Invicta Dynamos in what was a miserable night in Streatham as the Mos fell 5-1 at the hands of the Redhawks in the capital to kill off any NIHL Cup hopes. Invicta gave a debut to new signing Tom Long but had

Plucky Mos lose out to leaders Peterborough.

Mason Webster’s goal and a battling display from the Invicta Dynamos were not enough to save the side from defeat on Sunday evening as they lost out 5-1 at the hands of NIHL South Division 1 league leaders the Peterborough Phantoms. Up against arguably

Mos lose out in London in NIHL Cup.

It was another cup defeat for the Invicta Dynamos in the big smoke after they lost out 3-1 at the hands of the London Raiders in Lee Valley despite a goal from forward Mason Webster. The Mos had to make do without the services of import forward Adam Rehak

Dynamos push Bees to overtime in Bracknell.

The Invicta Dynamos claimed a point despite an unlucky defeat at the hands of the Bracknell Bees on the road on Sunday night having fallen to the former EPL side 7-6 in overtime after a spirited display. The Mos had to make do without the influence of cap

Mos fall short v Streatham in cup.

It was a disappointing night for the Invicta Dynamos on home ice on Saturday night as they fell 5-2 at the hands of Streatham in the NIHL Cup despite a brace from Czech forward Adam Rehak. The Invicta Dynamos welcomed back Ashley Jackson following his mid

League all-Star Jackson back with the Dynamos.

The Invicta Dynamos are delighted to welcome back the club’s highest points scoring Brit from 2016/17, Prohockeynews.com NIHL South Division 1 All-Star and GB field hockey Olympian Ashley Jackson after the forward returned to Kent from the Basingstoke B

Rehak’s overtime winner sinks Thunder in MK.

Adam Rehak’s winner just 58 seconds into overtime saw the Invicta Dynamos return to winning ways on Sunday night as they overcame the Milton Keynes Thunder 2-1 in Buckinghamshire in the NIHL South Division 1. The Dynamos iced an unchanged side from the

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