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Invicta Dynamos lead 2-0 but finish South Division 1 season with a heavy defeat by Streatham Redskins

By KentOnline reporter

Juraj Huska scored twice for Dynamos Picture David Trevallion

Juraj Huska scored twice for Dynamos Picture: David Trevallion

Invicta Dynamos blew a two-goal lead in their final game of the South Division 1 season - losing 7-2 at home to Streatham Redskins.

It was just as well Mos were already assured of second place given the manner of Sunday's collapse against third-placed Redskins.

Streatham had the best of a goalless opening period, with Callum Best hitting the post.

But Callum Fowler set up Juraj Huska for the opener and the Slovak doubled Mos' advantage before the end of the second session.

Streatham, knowing a win would clinch third place, launched their fightback early in the final period, followed by six goals in the last 12 minutes.

Adam McNicoll was named man-of-the-match for Dynamos.

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