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Invicta Dynamos put the controversy of Saturday night behind them as they thrashed Chelmsford Chieftains on Sunday.
The Mos went into the Chelmsford game still seething at a refereeing decision which cost them maximum points against Streatham Redskins in South Division 1.
Invicta were 6-5 up against the Redskins with seconds remaining. An equalising goal was scored but the referee initially ruled it out, allowing Andy Smith to rush up the other end and score.
But the referee changed his mind, awarded the Redskins a goal and the match finished 6-6, rather than 7-5 to the Mos.
Invicta had fought back from conceding two early goals on Saturday, with Juraj Huska netting a hat-trick, to help put his side in with a shout of victory.
But they were denied and had to settle for a single league point, which keeps them five points adrift of leaders Wightlink with two games in hand.
On Sunday, the Mos were in South East Trophy action, against a side who had beaten them 13-3 in the same competition at the start of December.
A far better showing from the Mos helped to erase some of those memories, as Huska and Daniel Hammond both scored twice and Callum Fowler was also on target in a 5-0 win.
After two games in the Trophy, three sides are level on two points.
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