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Published: 00:01, 15 August 2014 |
Invicta Dynamos will start the new season in front of their own fans after the 2014-15 fixtures were released this week.
Kevin Parrish’s side open their NIHL South Division 1 campaign at home to Oxford City Stars on Saturday, September 13, with an away game at Bracknell Hornets to follow the next day.
With the season just a week old, the Mos turn their attentions to the NIHL Southern Cup. They’ve been drawn in Group B with Streatham Redskins – who they play on September 20 – and London Raiders.
The following weekend, on September 28, Invicta are at home to Milton Keynes Lightning in the English Challenge Cup, which sees Parrish’s side mixed in with some clubs from the Premier League.
Also joining them in the South Group are Basingstoke Bison, Bracknell Bees, Chelmsford Chieftains, Guildford Flames, Swindon Wilcats and Wightlink Raiders.
The regular season finishes on Sunday, March 22, with the Mos at home to Streatham.
One new player set to line up for the Mos this season is defenceman Billy Phillips, who joined from Romford Raiders.
Meanwhile, fellow defenceman Harrison Lillis is back at the club having finished last season playing for Streatham.
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