Moralee Conference Play-off Bracket

As we enter the play-offs please see below for details of the route to the final. For the Barons we will do battle with Solway Sharks this coming weekend with the winner taking on the victor of the Steeldogs v Stars 1/4 final. The Moralee finals will then be held as a two-legger over the Easter weekend, with both finalists moving onto the National NIHL “Final Four” at Coventry the following weekend. Tickets are available for the final four via the Skydome Coventry website.Screen Shot 2018-03-12 at 21.23.03


TC Cars Solihull Barons 2018 End of Season Presentation


We are delighted to announce that the Barons end of season presentation will take place at the elegant 17th century Nailcote Hall on Friday the 13th April from 7:30pm to late.

Tickets will cost £12.50 and include food, while for anyone wishing to make a night of it rooms will be available for £115 including breakfast.

Plans for the night are still being finalised but among the items in the mix are :

A big fun quiz !
Player announcements for next season
A one-night only season ticket offer
Player awards
Raffle with a range of goodies on offer

….and you never know, your chance to get your photo with the Moralee Play-Off Trophy we will have won the weekend before !

Tickets will be on sale at this weekend’s play-off quarter-final against Solway so make sure to snap yours up for what will be a fitting end to a really exciting and competitive season.

More details on Nailcote Hall can be found at their website HERE

Barons end the league season downing the Hawks

TC Cars Solihull Barons : 5
Blackburn Hawks : 3

The TC cars Solihull Barons put in a strong performance on Sunday in their final league game of the season to emerge victorious over Blackburn Hawks, clean sweeping the Lancashire side in this years Moralee Conference. With league positions decided for both sides, the points for the victory were of minor importance but with play-offs starting in less than a week keeping the wins coming was important.

Luke Brittle looks for the puck (Steve Crampton)
Luke Brittle looks for the puck (Steve Crampton)

The opening ten minutes of the tie saw no scoring but with the Hawks generally carrying the bulk of the play as Solihull struggled to generate sustained offence. This initial spell was however broken by a fight as Baron Steven Heape and Hawk Corey Stones tangled after 4 minutes. As the period ticked on the Hawks pressure started to tell and a race up the ice by the visitors culminated in Blackburn forward Josef Istocy firing the puck into the roof of the Solihull net for the visitors opening goal. By 16 minutes this lead had stretched to three, Kieran Brown and Istocky once more doing the damage.

More here…