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Invicta Dynamos coach Kevin Parrish says his side will be free to experiment for play-offs after title hopes go

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Kevin Parrish says Invicta Dynamos will use the final four games of the season to experiment with tactics they might utilise in the play-offs after seeing any lingering title hopes end.

The Mos slumped to a second consecutive 6-3 road defeat on Saturday, against Bracknell Hornets, ending their pursuit of the ENIHL Southern Division title, despite a 3-1 win over Oxford City Stars the next day.

The Dynamos coach said: "The season is a write-off at the moment. The only thing we have to do now is prepare for the play-offs.

"We can’t come lower than fourth, so the last few games won’t make too much difference.

"We tried a different structure on Sunday and it worked for us. We’ll see how it goes until the end of the season and then sit down.

"If we lose all four games we probably won’t be doing it in the play-offs."

The Mos take on the Romford Raiders at the Silver Blades, Gillingham, on Sunday (face-off 5.15pm).

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