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Invicta Dynamos head coach Kevin Parrish delighted to have utility man Adam McNicholl back at the club

08 August 2014
by Luke Cawdell

Invicta Dynamos' Adam McNicholl chases Solent Devils Picture Dave Trevallion

Invicta Dynamos' Adam McNicholl chases Solent Devils last season Picture: Dave Trevallion

Teenage Scottish utility man Adam McNicholl has returned to the Invicta Dynamos.

The Dundee-born skater made 12 appearances for the Mos at the start of last season but returned home after failing to find employment.

He scored 11 goals in 11 games for hometown team Dundee Comets and Mos head coach Kevin Parrish is delighted to have the player back.

He said: “Adam arrived as a bit of an unknown quantity for a lot of people last summer but he soon impressed. He showed great promise and it came as a blow when he had to return home.

“I did say that the door would always be open and I’m happy that he has taken up that option. He’s a skater who provides us with options and he returns to Kent with unfinished business.”

McNicholl was the 11th signing of the summer for the Mos and the second of the week.

On Monday the Mos revealed that 26-year-old forward Steve Osman would be joining from Wightlink Raiders.

Osman hit 28 goals for the Raiders and 18 assists last season and Parrish had been tracking the forward for some time.


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