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15/06/2018 – 7:04 pm

The Dragons announce further members of the team for the coming season.
The Dragons are pleased to that both Marc Lovell and Matthew Compton will be with The Dragons for the coming season. Marc will be signing as a player and will also work towards his coaching qualifications, assisting Head Coach Gary Shaw with coaching duties. Matthew will be also be working towards his coaching qualifications, …

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Dragons Statement

Submitted by on 19/01/2016 – 5:57 pm

Flintshire County Council Press Statement: Red Hockey Ltd.

Ian Bancroft, Chief Officer Organisational Change said,

“Flintshire County Council as of Thursday, 14 January was hoping to resume operational responsibility for Deeside Dragons Ice Hockey team, who are based at Deeside Leisure Centre. Since the Summer the Council has been in negotiations with Red Hockey Ltd to develop the ice arena and the team. These negotiations have broken down with both parties seeking an exit strategy to conclude relations.

“At all times Flintshire County Council has tried to reach agreement in a positive manner with Red Hockey Ltd. However despite best efforts this could not be achieved given Red Hockey’s inability to conclude financial and contractual arrangements with us. The Council made clear it’s position to Red Hockey early last Thursday after seeking unsuccessfully a number of reassurances through normal communication channels about Red Hockey’s willingness to complete contracts.

“The Council is committed to ensuring protection of the interests of the team and ice hockey in Deeside. Insecurity and indecision about future arrangements would not have helped this to be achieved. As a result, the Council will be supporting the team to move forward with the intention of ensuring its continued involvement in the league this year and the future operation of the team. While we are disappointed the relationship with Red Hockey Ltd has not progressed as planned, we will work with Deeside Dragons and the ice hockey league to find the best way forward for the team.”