Disappointing end to league season for Barons

Telford Tigers : 9
TC Cars Solihull Barons : 3
TC Cars Solihull Barons : 4
Blackburn Hawks : 7
Dave Rogers races for the puck (J&K Davies)

The TC Cars Solihull Barons closed off the 2018-19 Morlaee league campaign with a pair of losses against the Blackburn Hawks at home and Telford Tigers away this past weekend. These results place the Barons at sixth on the table just ahead of the Hawks by virtue of a better head to head percentage. With the Tigers finishing the league in third, Solihull and Telford will play off this weekend, the Saturday fixture at Solihull.

For more on the Blackburn game see here

For more on the Telford game see here


Barons sting Sting !

TC Cars Solihull Barons : 5
Sutton Sting : 0

The TC Cars Solihull Barons put in a strong performance on Sunday evening against a determined Sutton Sting, earning a shut-out and stringing together three of their goals in little over a minute.

Luke Brittle rounds Warren Gilfoyle (S Crampton)

Within a couple of minutes of the first period puck drop the Barons had a goal, Niklas Ottosson sniping in a clean shot from the right hand face-off dot, which gave Warren Gilfoyle in the Sting net no chance. As the period went on the Sting came more into the game, playing a close in offence, crowding the ice around the Barons crease and looking for a short range tap-in against the match-rusty Josh Nicholls in the Solihull net. More here…

Battling Barons put eight past Lions

TC Cars Solihull Barons : 8
Nottingham Lions : 2
Ed Eaton with the opening strike (S Crampton)

The TC Cars Solihull Barons earned a convincing win on Sunday against the Nottingham Lions however ill will towards the end of the game resulted in a messy end to the tie.

Ed Eaton outnumbered (H Chavda / www.dingleimages.com)

Two hours earlier however the Barons wasted no time getting a score on the board with Ed Eaton slotting in from square in front of goal after a first five minutes played almost exclusively in the Lions end. By nine minutes the Barons had doubled the lead with Dan Harrison finding the net after cycling of the puck by the Barons line opened gaps in the Lions defence. More here.