Streatham IHC Win the Cup
As we enter the final month of the regular season with four home games to go, Streatham are currently top of their league and could well lift the league championship trophy if results go their way in March. The RedHawks have just ended a 38-year trophy drought by winning the National Ice Hockey League South Cup in an emotional two-legged win over Invicta Dynamos in the final.
An almost sold-out Streatham Ice Arena watched as the team despatched their rivals from Kent 6-2 in the second leg and the celebrations went on way into the night.
“You could see by the reaction from the fans and the owners how much it meant to them at the end of the game” commented Streatham Captain, Michael Farn, who is no stranger to winning trophies with his former club MK Lightning. “The locker room is buzzing right now, and we want to use this to spur us on to winning more silverware.. “The atmosphere was incredible as it has been at a number of games so far this year, but it was particularly special when that buzzer went.”
Streatham welcome Bracknell, Chelmsford, Oxford and Romford to the High Road over the next few weeks. It’s an exciting time to support the RedHawks, so check the fixtures in our What’s On section and get down to the rink and cheer them on!