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Ice hockey: Raiders 10 Basingstoke Buffalo 3

PUBLISHED: 08:01 03 December 2018 | UPDATED: 08:01 03 December 2018

Kamil Kinkor in action (pic John Scott)

Kamil Kinkor in action (pic John Scott)

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Raiders bounced back from their disappointing loss in Cardiff to beat Basingstoke in National League Division Two on Sunday.

They fell behind to an Oscar Evans power play goal and, after Kamil Kinkor levelled, saw the same Buffalo player score for a second time.

Warren Jones put the visitors 3-1 up with a shorthanded effort early in the middle session, but that was as good as it got for Basingstoke.

Tommy Huggett hit back on a Raiders power play and Kinkor’s second goal of the game, with the home side enjoying another man advantage, squared matters.

Ewan Hill put Raiders 4-3 up just past the midway mark with an unassisted shorthanded effort and Kinkor completed his hat-trick with another power play goal in the 36th minute.

Huggett’s second made it 6-3 at the end of 40 minutes and Brandon Webster got in on the act early in the final period to claim the seventh.

Matthew Hamilton made it 8-3, before Hill and Alan Lack added late goals to take Raiders into double figures and complete their fourth win in five outings.

Scorers, Raiders: Kamil Kinkor* 3+1; Ewan Hill 2+1; Tommy Huggett 2+1; Brandon Webster 1+1; Matthew Hamilton 1+1; Alan Lack 1+1; Callum Burnett 0+3; George Gell 0+2; Sam Roberts 0+1.

Buffalo: Oscar Evans 2; Warren Jones 1; Liam Coleman 0+1; Cameron Buckle 0+1.

Shots on goal: Brad Windebank (R, 54.50) 13-12-3=28-3 Thomas Adams (R, 5.00) 2-0; Aaron Burton (B, 40.00) 22-24=46-6; Ethan Frain (B, 20.00) 19-4.

Penalty minutes: Raiders 24 Buffalo 20.


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