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Woods nets but Mos lose out to Chiefains

Billy Woods netted his first ever goal for the Invicta Dynamos on Sunday night but his effort, alongside strikes from Harrison Lillis, Anthony Leone and Billy Phillips was not enough to prevent the Mos narrowly losing out 5-4 at home against the Chelmsfor

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CANCELLED: Sunday’s clash v Chelmsford off

The Invicta Dynamos regret to announce that this Sunday’s home tie against the Chelmsford Chieftains has now been cancelled with the visitors making the decision not to travel at this time. As a club we are sympathetic to the concerns raised regarding t

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Battling Mos edged out in Essex

The Invicta Dynamos came away from Chelmsford defeated on Sunday night despite taking an early lead against their local rivals. The Dynamos were missing key players Arran Strawson and Tomas Banovsky through injury which meant they joined Kieron Jones, Gre

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Mos slip to Chieftains in Gillingham

Invicta Dynamos fell short on Saturday with a 7-4 defeat to rivals Chelmsford Chieftains with a late collapse in the third period. Dynamos were missing Arran Strawson, Kieron Jones, Gregor McAllen and Mark Williams whilst Chelmsford were without Jaden Boo

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Sloppy start see Mos beaten in Essex

A short road trip into Essex to play the Chelmsford Chieftains resulted in a night to forget for the Invicta Dynamos on Sunday evening. Having won in Cardiff the day before the Mos were looking for a 4 point weekend but fell behind on 02:05 – Julian Smi

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Mos lead by 5 after final 1st leg

A performance of the season from the Invicta Dynamos saw them secure a five goal advantage heading into game two of the playoff final after a thumping 8-3 win over league and cup winners Chelmsford at the SilverBlades in game one on Saturday. The Chieftai

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Mos miss out on cup after Chelmsford loss

Despite a battling display the Invicta Dynamos were unable to keep the NIHL Southern Cup out of the hands of the Chelmsford Chieftains on Sunday as the Essex outfit won 4-2 in Gillingham and took the silverware with an 8-5 aggregate victory. The Mos had 1

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