Ewan Hill’s hat-trick helped Raiders to victory in National League Division Two on Sunday night.

Everyone Active Raiders completed a four-point weekend in National League Division One with success over Streatham at the Sapphire Ice & Leisure Centre on Sunday.

Everyone Active Raiders saw youngsters Tommy Huggett and Brandon Webster claim their first senior goals in a win at the National League’s bottom club Invicta on Saturday.

Romford were left two points adrift at the bottom of the table after Greg Akpele saw red in their latest league defeat on Saturday.

Urchins were caught out either side of the break as they fell to defeat on the south coast on Saturday.

Marshalls Park Academy’s year nine boys will play at the Lycamobile Cup finals at London Stadium in May after a fine qualifying campaign.

Hornchurch claimed three important points in their quest to pull clear of the Bostik Premier relegation zone at Bridge Avenue on Saturday.

Everyone Active Raiders were hit for six by National League Division One leaders Swindon on Sunday.

Everyone Active Raiders came from two goals down to silence MK Thunder in National League Division One on Saturday.

Everyone Active Raiders found high-flying Jets too hot to handle in their Division Two encounter at Romford’s Sapphire Ice & leisure Centre on Saturday.

Struggling Romford ended up well beaten by promotion play-off hopefuls Bury Town at Rookery Hill on Saturday.

Hornchurch fell to their third Bostik Premier defeat in four matches against play-off hopefuls Merstham at the SpecSavers Stadium on Saturday.

Everyone Active Raiders assistant coach Alan Blyth was pleased to see the club’s younger players take their chance of more ice time in their National League win over Invicta Dynamos on Sunday.

Hornchurch came away empty-handed from their Bostik Premier clash with Carshalton at chilly Colston Avenue on Monday.

Everyone Active Raiders eased to a second successive win over National League Division One basement boys Invicta to complete a four-point weekend at Romford’s Sapphire ice & Leisure Centre on Sunday.

Everyone Active Raiders were left to rue a poor first period as they fell to defeat against National League Division Two leaders on Saturday.

Romford fell to a disappointing defeat at Burroughs Park in their 1,000th league fixture since reforming in 1992.

Ice hockey: Invicta 1 Raiders 4

Saturday, January 19, 2019

Everyone Active Raiders returned to winning ways in National League Division One with a comfortable enough success at bottom club Invicta.

Hornchurch celebrated only their fifth league win of the season as they claimed three vital points against their fellow strugglers at Bridge Avenue on Saturday.

Raiders were made to pay the penalty after conceding three power play goals in their loss to Bracknell on Sunday night.

Junior Raiders Ella Howard and Ellie Wakeling helped Great Britain’s under-18 women win bronze at the World Championships in Dumfries on Saturday.

Raiders netted three power play goals on their way to National League Division Two victory over the Hornets on Saturday.

Raiders slipped to defeat against Solent in their National League Division Two contest at Romford’s Sapphire Ice & Leisure Centre on Sunday.

Everyone Active Raiders saw their nine-game winning streak ended by Peterborough on Sunday.

Everyone Active Raiders made it eight wins in a row in National League Division One with success over Streatham on Saturday.

Romford slumped to a heavy defeat against fellow strugglers Soham at Julius Martin Lane on Saturday.

A late goal from George Saunders earned Hornchurch a share of the Bostik Premier spoils at Bridge Avenue on Saturday.

Five final-period goals enabled Everyone Active Raiders to skate off with a convincing win over the American Military Colleges team on Friday night.

Romford striker Nick Reynolds admitted it was a good feeling to start 2019 with an overdue 1-0 win over Grays Athletic in Bostik North.

Romford got 2019 off to the perfect start with a hard-fought win over Grays at Rookery Hill.


Vauxhall has completed its sport utility vehicle range with the third, and largest, Grandland X. We put the SUV, now available at Tony LeVoi in Romford, to the test.

“The time to repair the roof is when the sun is shining,” so the saying goes. So if some warm weather is making your conservatory uninhabitable, think about replacing its roof with a flat one and adding a roof lantern instead.

The next step in renewable energy could be right beneath your feet as you walk through a Romford shopping centre.

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