Forward Elliot Farrell learned his trade in Berkshire with Bracknell before making his senior debut with the Hornets in 2015/16. Whilst still icing 16 times and claiming 33 points for the under 18 Drones, the skater also featured in 18 NIHL South top tier games – scoring two goals in his debut campaign in Division 1.
In 2016/17 Farrell moved north to continue his education and combined his studies with playing for the Solihull Barons. He would spend three seasons with the West Midlands outfit becoming an increasingly integral and popular member of the Barons line-up. In 2016/17 Farrell iced 29 times, notched 3 goals, claimed 4 assists and so amassed 7 points. The following term he took to the ice for 35 games, he found the target 6 times and played a role in 12 other strikes for a total of 18 points.
In 2018/19 Farrell played 34 more times for the Barons and ended the season with 19 points – 8 of those coming as he put the puck in the net and 11 as he teed up his teammates. Now though, having completed his studies further north, the battling forward returns south looking to make his name in an Invicta Dynamos jersey.
“Elliot arrives at the club having just moved back down south after spending the last few years in the NIHL North and I’m excited to see him pull on a Mos jersey. He is a great all rounder who will add offence to our line-up, he plays a hard working style of hockey and he puts the team first. Elliot skates well, is physically strong and can carry the puck. Despite his youth he has a smart hockey brain and I expect him to have a good year with the Dynamos.”