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2004-5 season News

Thats all folks!
The season is over and We would lke to thank all the people that have helped out on games and training nights. hope you all have a good off season and see you all in september!

i am trying to update the website so it is better to view so sorry for the missing stuff

27th march 2005
Streatham storm 3 Bison ladies 1
a hard game that could not have been won for the bison due to a forceful streatham.

All round successful weekend for bison... they finished with a home win against Invicta dynamics and an away draw to Streatham Storm, which secures third place getting ever so closer to the top of the table.

Im really sorry but I have not been able to update the website because I have not been well at the moment! i will try to update it when i have time and feel better.

A confirmed date to peterborough away game. it is now the 20th febuary at 12:15.

new bison player
a new international player Mareena Nissi has confermed that she will be playing with the bison for the rest of the season. Mareena has been playing for 3 years in Finland and the United States. "she has been training and has a good ability and i hope to see her benifit from ice hockey in England" says manager Colin Jarrold

7th January 2005
Confirmation date
A confirmation date for the March home game against Streatham. It has been confirmed Sunday March 27th.

29th November 2004
Three Bison players named for Junior Ladies Conference.
Three bison players have been chosen to represent ladies southern conference. Bison Ladies top point scorer Natz Aldridge and both Bison Ladies Netminders Lita Jarrold and Michaela Walker are the three that were selected. All three players are training at Alexandra Palace , London with other selected players from clubs around the south to compete against the Northern conference and with a possibility of playing overseas and hopefully going on to represent England Ladies.

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