Thank-you !

(J&K Davies)

For your Direct Taxis Solihull Barons, the Play-offs might not have ended the way we might have hoped but a big shout out to our travelling support who made themselves heard and kept the boys in with a chance!

More generally though an enormous thank you to all our sponsors, supporters and volunteers throughout the season – you are what makes the Barons what they are and we can not do it without you !!!
While the season is over for another year, the Barons never shut down and we are already preparing for September – keep following for news and announcements throughout the Summer.
We hope to see as many of you as we can at the Presentation Evening at Nailcote Hall on the 13th May but if not we will all be back at Hobs Moat for the preseason for the start of another season of thrilling hockey.
Have a great Summer and keep following !!!

Barons End Season at Play-off Semis

Direct Taxis Solihull Barons : 1
Whitley Warriors : 4
Moralee Play-off Weekend Semi-Final

The Direct Taxis Solihull Barons ended their 2021-22 season this weekend with a semi-final defeat to the Whitley Warriors in the Moralee play-off weekend at Leeds.

A busy night for Graham Laverick (S Crampton)

The Warriors built up an early game lead courtesy of Shaun Kippin on a bit of a break on six minutes. His speculative long range shot on six minutes only half-caught by Graham Laverick before the puck looped out of his glove and into the net for the opener. The Warriors then doubled down, Harry Harley firing home through traffic from the left hand point off of a face-off in the Barons end. More here.

Barons ease through to Leeds finals

Direct Taxis Solihull Barons : 6
Sheffield Scimitars : 2

(Barons go through 11:5 on aggregate)

The Direct Taxis Solihull Barons secured their place at the Moralee play-off weekend in Leeds with an emphatic 6-2 victory (11-5 aggregate) over Sheffield Scimitars on Sunday evening.

Paul Stanley battles for space in the Sheffield crease (S Crampton)

After just over three minutes of Sunday’s tie gone the Scimitars cut their aggregate deficit to a single goal as Thomas Palmer slotted the puck home under Graham Laverick from six feet but this would be the closest the Yorkshire side got to over-turning the Barons 1st leg advantage. More here.