Published: 10:04, 14 January 2013 |
Updated: 09:43, 10 January 2014
Invicta Dynamos maintained their 100% record in the Southern Cup but followed it up with an NIHL South Division 1 defeat.
On Saturday, the Mos won 15-1 at home to Oxford City Stars, but on Sunday they lost 8-4 at Streatham Redskins.
The goals flowed at the Gillingham Ice Bowl, with Justin Noble, pictured, leading the way with four.
Nicky Lewis and Peter Vaisanen also claimed three each while also on target were Callum Fowler, Callum Best, Joe Bliss and Arran Strawson.
City were 14 goals behind before they scored their consolation.
On Sunday, Invicta were aiming to bounce back from last week’s league defeat at Romford but found themselves 3-1 down at the end of the first period, despite going ahead through Harrison Lillis.
The Dynamos were never able to haul themselves back into the game, as Redskins led 7-3 ahead of the final period.
The other Invicta strikes were claimed by Noble, taking his weekend tally to seven.
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