Karl Lennon first appeared for the Invicta Dynamos in the 2003/04 season after making the step up from the Mustangs. Born in nearby Chatham, local lad Lennon only ever had eyes for his hometown club and he spent eight consecutive years lacing up his skates to represent the Dynamos until his eventual retirement at the end of the 2010/11 campaign. In his final two years at the club Lennon wore the ‘C’ and he captained the side to the ENIHL Southern Championship in 2009/10.
Forward Karl Lennon was best known for his exceptional work ethic that saw him cover every patch of the ice from puck drop to final buzzer. The grinder’s most prolific year with the team came in 2008/09 when his 15 goals and 14 assists helped the club scoop both the ENIHL Southern and National titles.
Away from the ice Karl Lennon was also involved behind the scenes in Gillingham as he designed many of the club’s strips.
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