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Invicta Dynamos lose in South East Trophy at Wightlink Raiders after beating Bracknell Hornets at Ice Bowl

03 February 2014
by Craig Tucker

Callum Fowler and Marek Nahlik scored hat-tricks in Invicta Dynamos’ 10-5 league win at Bracknell Hornets on Saturday.

But their second match of the weekend ended in a 3-1 South East Trophy defeat at Wightlink Raiders on Sunday.

New signing Shaun Yardley, released by Peterborough, was unavailable but Mos coped well without him in their big South Division 1 win over Bracknell.

Callum Fowler. Picture David Trevallion

Callum Fowler. Picture: David Trevallion

Daniel Hammond, Andy Smith and two from Fowler secured a 4-1 lead after the first period.

Fowler completed his hat-trick at the start of the second period, with Juraj Huska’s double and Nahlik extending Mos’ lead to 8-3.

Nahlik scored twice in the final period to seal his hat-trick as third-placed Invicta reached double figures.

Mos’ defeat at Wightlink was their second in their South East Trophy campaign.

Nahlik broke the deadlock against the run of play in the second period but Wightlink levelled two minutes later.

There was all to play for moving into the final period but two goals in four minutes ended Invicta’s hopes.

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