Barons success in Sheffield

Sheffield Scimitars : 3
Direct Taxis Solihull Barons : 5

A short benched Direct Taxis Solihull Barons made the most of an early advantage on Sunday and hung on to win against a strong third period performance by the Scimitars to bring the points back to Hobs Moat.

A strong game from Graham Laverick (J&K Davies)

Just shy of seven minutes, the Barons opened the scoring as Tom Soar fired home off of support from Niklas Ottosson and Dan Mulcahy and within 30 seconds of the restart the same trio had doubled the Barons lead, Soar once more getting the final touch. More here 

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At the Solihull Barons we work to make ice hockey welcoming and inclusive and to be enjoyed by all with a love for this great sport. There is no place in the game for homophobia, racism, sexism or any other forms of discrimination or abuse.

The English Ice Hockey Association (EIHA) has just held Pride Week. See here for more details. To recognise this important initiative, and to show the players’ personal support for diversity and inclusion, you may have noticed the Barons wore special helmet stickers at this past weekend’s Scimitars game.

(S Crampton)

We hope and expect that all supporters play their part in this too and help us ensure hockey as a sport and the Barons as a club, are a place where everyone can feel comfortable in a safe and welcoming space for all. Any abuse of players, officials or supporters will not be tolerated at the club. Those found to be involved in any such behaviour will find themselves facing bans.

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Barons prepare for away run with big win

Direct Taxis Solihull Barons : 4
Sheffield Scimitars : 1

The Direct Taxis Solihull Barons returned to winning ways on Sunday with a comfortable win over the Sheffield Scimitars which saw them leapfrog both the Widnes Wild and the Scimitars themselves back into third place in the Moralee division even if all three sides are sitting on 14 points.

Rich Slater is surrounded (S Crampton)

The first period was very much the Barons and while the Scim’s started to make a game of it later in the period, for the first ten minutes at least, the ice was definitely tilted down to the Sheffield end. The Solihull pressure would tell and it was no surprise when the Barons opened the scoring after six and a half minutes – Phil Mulcahy tapping in between the pads of Scim’s goalie James Hadfiled following a racing feed up the left wing from Niklas Ottosson. More….