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London Raiders Recap: Chelmsford game

PUBLISHED: 14:30 18 October 2016

London Raiders forward Jacob Ranson carrying the puck up the ice

London Raiders forward Jacob Ranson carrying the puck up the ice

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London Raiders forward Jacob Ranson reflects on week 4 action

London Raiders produced their best result in recent years to beat defending champions Chelmsford in the National League Cup.

New import forward Slavomir Buda, Julian Smith, Mark Robinson and Matt France put them four goals up inside twelve minutes against the Chieftains at Lee Valley, with Pitchley netting to make it five, before the opposition attempted a comeback, which was ended when Bailey Chittock scored against his former club to make it 6-2.

Although, it was a nervy finish for the home side, who let Chelmsford score three goals in the final five minutes to make it 6-5.

Raiders forward Jacob Ranson looks back over the weekend’s action in his latest vlog for Archant London.

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