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DDJIHC U15’S FEND OFF THE COMPETITION TO BRING HOME THE ANNUAL SHEFFIELD GROUP B CUP
Following a successful league campaign which saw the u15’s finish a close second in the league, they headed to the annual Sheffield tournament to take on teams from around the uk representing the club and flying the flag for Wales.
The team consisting of 1 goalie and 13 skaters,were put to the …
This Friday on Bay TV Liverpool (Freeview Channel 7, Virgin Channel 159) and available on YouTube, local sports journalists the British American Sports Network (BASN) begin a three episode fly on the wall documentary series about Deeside Dragons Ice Hockey Club and the run up to their recent League Championship hopes – their first in 23 years.
Go behind the scenes for a unique glimpse in …
‘The Dragons’ will go into the 2016/17 season with an exciting new look. After switching from the Flintshire Freeze for the 2012/13 season the Dragons became one of the stronger teams in the newly named NiHL2, regularly challenging for top spot. Having established ourselves as the Dragons over the past 4 seasons and gaining promotion into the Moralee Conference we wanted to create a new …
The Deeside Dragons will be celebrating a very successful double cup wining 20152016 campaign with a end of season party and presentation evening and you are all invited.
Tickets will be available from Al’s Skate shop at the leisure center from Friday onwards
Broughton Wings Sports & Social club
Chester Road, Broughton, CH4 0DR Chester, Cheshire
Ticket only event.
Owned & loaned sponsors £5
There are some playoff wining …
The Deeside Dragons have had a massive weekend in Sheffield for the Laidler playoffs. On Saturday morning, first game of the weekend, Widnes Wild were the first team to make it to the Sunday final by taking out the Nottingham Lions with a score of 3 goals to 1. Then came the Dragons facing off against Blackburn Eagles at 4.30pm Saturday. As the Eagles only …
The top four sides from Moralee Division 1 and Laidler Division 2 will play at Ice Sheffield in a total of six games over the two days in a true showpiece to conclude the NIHL season.
It is hoped to have supporters from as many clubs as possible so advance ticket sales have been restricted to 100 per club – weekend tickets are priced at £30 …
Before publishing any official statement the Deeside Dragons wanted to give the LMC (League Management Committee) the opportunity to review any information it required and make its decision and impose any sanctions it felt necessary in regards to last weekends game against the Widnes Wild.
Having received a response from the LMC (see below), we feel that there is nothing further to add other than …
Deeside Dragons finished the regular season on a high on Saturday night beating local rivals Widnes Wild 3-1 in a game that was cut short early into the second period when Wild captain Scott Mckenzie took his team of the ice citing safety reasons.
After discussions with the officials Widnes refuse to return to the ice and the game was forfeited and the 700 fans both home …
The Dragons take on Widnes Wild this Saturday in the last game of the Laidler league
The team will also be presented with the championship trophy after the game.
Face off is 19:00 Adults £6 Juniors £3 Family Ticket £14
A bumper crowd at the Deeside leisure centre saw another clinical win for the Dragons over bottom side Bradford Bulldogs
The home team raced to a two nil lead in the first period with goals from Parson and Lovell to take command of the game.
The second period got off to a flying start with Simon Furnival increasing the lead to three after only 29 seconds with …