Sam picks up the Player of the Month for November

Sam Hewitt – Barons Player of the Month for November ‘19 (S Crampton)

Goalie Sam Hewitt narrowly pipped D-man Henry Adams for the TC Cars Solihull Barons Player of the Month for November.

Sam has been a regular for the Barons for over a decade and has consistently been a fan favourite through this time.

Always a calm and measured player, through 2019-20 he has shared duties between the pipes with both Dangie Brittle and Ben Lee but has been doing much of the heavy lifting in this position. In competitive ties this season Sam has faced over 300 shots for only 24 goals conceded and a greater than 92% save percentage.

As player of the month Sam will be responsible for putting together the shortlist for December’s player of the month – any suggestions ???

Barons dominant over grounded Hawks

TC Cars Solihull Barons : 9
Blackburn Hawks : 2
EIHA Moralee Division

The TC Cars Solihull Barons continued their impressive form with a comfortable win over Moralee Division rivals the Blackburn Hawks on Sunday evening.

Niklas Ottosson and Callum Bowley were always a threat around the Hawks net (S Crampton)

The Barons were the first to find the net after just two minutes when some neat rushing play between Ruskin Hughes, Andy Whitehouse and Matt Maurice saw the latter notch up the opening goal. Less than a minute later and a neat close in backhand from Callum Bowley off of a Niklas Ottosson feed doubled the Solihull lead. More here.

Barons cruise to comfortable win over Lions

TC Cars Solihull Barons : 13
Nottingham Lions : 1
Moralee Division

After Saturday’s comfortable win over the Sutton Sting, the TC Cars Solihull Barons followed this up with an equally dominant display on Sunday in the league against table tail enders the Nottingham Lions.

Phil Mulcahy (S Crampton)

The Lions have generally been a couple of steps off of the Moralee division pace for some time however a couple of recent cup wins showed that the East Midlands side could not entirely be discounted. More here