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Invicta Dynamos head coach Kevin Parrish wants his team win first and enjoy the festivities later

20 December 2013
by Steve Tervet

Dynamos head coach Kevin Parrish. Picture David Trevallion

Dynamos head coach Kevin Parrish. Picture: David Trevallion

Invicta Dynamos want to start their Christmas party early against Streatham Redskins on Sunday.

Secret Santa and Christmas jumpers will have to wait, though, with the Mos needing a win to keep their NIHL South Division 1 title hopes on track. A single point covers the league’s top four sides, so the final round of fixtures before the mid-season break could be crucial.

Dynamos head coach Kevin Parrish said: “It just proves that anyone can beat anyone. 

“The standard gets higher every year and this season it’s come on leaps and bounds. Teams that weren’t so good have picked up a couple of players.

“We need this break. We’ve played a lot of games and done a lot of travelling.We need these two weeks to get away from each other and come back with a new lease of life because we’ve got a league title to win.”

Dynamos have already played Streatham twice in the Southern Cup this season, drawing 3-3 away and winning 7-2 at home.

Parrish said: “It’ll be hard work. They’ve had their ups and downs this season. They want to make their home a fortress and want to start winning away. But I hope we can win our last game before Christmas.

“I want a party atmosphere afterwards because it’s Christmas time. All the boys will be wearing silly jumpers and they’re doing Secret Santa. 

Face-off at Silver Blades is at 5.15pm.

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