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Invicta Dynamos get the chance to fire an immediate revenge blow at Wightlink Raiders this weekend.
The Mos suffered a 6-3 defeat to the Isle of Wight side last weekend in NIHL South Division 1 but the Raiders are in Gillingham on Sunday for another league meeting.
Coach Kevin Parrish is hoping his players are on their game as they look to recover following back-to-back league losses.
He said: “We’ve beaten them three times out of four so far and we need to prove that the weekend defeat was a one-off. Isle of Wight weren’t much better than us, but if you aren’t on your A-game then you are going to get beat.
“We had a chat afterwards and I told the players they just can’t afford to have off-nights. If we are going to lose games, we aren’t going to be winning anything.”
Parrish left his door open for any players to have a chat and several did. The response the next day was a 7-2 cup win over Streatham.
“I spoke to a couple of people and it went well,” said Parrish. "Elliot Knell was one of them. He knew he hadn’t been at his best and he asked me what direction he needed to be going in. We had a good chat, agreed a few things and he went out and had his best game of the year.”
Before the Mos host Wightlink Raiders, they visit league leaders Chelmsford Chieftains in the Southeast Trophy.
The puck drops at Silverblades in Gillingham on Sunday for the visit of the Raiders at 5.15pm.
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