Barons tame Tigers in derby thriller !

TC Cars Solihull Barons 3 : 2 Telford Tigers N1

The TC Cars Solihull Barons got back to winning ways in front of a massive Saturday evening crowd with a thrilling and closely fought game against Midlands rivals the Telford Tigers.

Both sides gave it their all for the full 60 minutes (Steve Crampton)
Both sides gave it their all for the full 60 minutes (Steve Crampton)

The game needed little extra hyping – the two sides have been long term rivals with since the 1980s and if you throw in some additional spice from their last meeting being abandoned in acrimony following Barons netminder Daniel Brittle being shown to the dressing room, you had a tie each side desperately wanted to win.

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Merry Christmas and an exciting first home game of 2018 !

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The TC Cars Solihull Barons would like to wish all our sponsors – especially TC Cars –  our supporters; players; game day helpers; supporters club; Planet Ice; the league management and all the clubs up and down the country a very Merry Christmas.

Our next home game is versus the Telford Tigers on SATURDAY 13th January at 5PM and we really need your support for this big game. We can guarantee that you will be entertained 100% and want you to bring down your family and friends to the rink to experience the unique atmosphere of a SATURDAY match. The team really needs your support at this big game and we want to make sure that we show the Tigers and their supporters that not only do we have the  best team on the night but also the best and loudest supporters as well.

So get the message out and bring along as many friends and family for what should be a great game of hockey whether you’re a stalwart of Hobs Moat or a complete newcomer !!!

See you on Saturday 13th January and have a great Christmas !

(parking for the Telford game is £1 from 3:30pm – midnight)

Barons back to winning ways against Billingham

After a couple of defeats to Solway and then on Saturday against the Sheffield Steeldogs, the TC Cars Solihull Barons got back to winning ways with a 7-4 victory over the Billingham Stars on Sunday evening.

Josh Bruce enjoying one of his two goals (S Crampton)
Josh Bruce enjoying one of his two goals (S Crampton)

The Barons opened the scoring just after the 5 minute mark as a result of a powerplay, the puck being circulated back to Luke Brittle standing just inside the Billingham blue line who shot through traffic for the opener. The lead was then doubled courtesy of Phil Mulcahy with a poke of the puck in the Billingham crease to double Solihull’s lead. The visitors made the most of their own powerplay – Deniss Baskatovs making a break and firing the puck into the roof of the Solihull net with eight minutes of the first period remaining but an Adam Brittle backhander restored the Barons two goal cushion before the period end.

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