The upcoming weekend looks to be a crucial one in the NIHL South 2 title battle, with the top 3 sides Oxford, Solent and Bracknell each playing once, as do Chelmsford and Peterborough in fourth and fifth respectively.

by Laurence Thorn

It’s the biggest weekend in the season so far in NIHL1 with three days of hockey, a trophy to be handed out and the first round of the playoffs! Read the 482days thoughts on the upcoming action.

by Nancy Carpenter

It's that time again! The playoffs are here and of course that means so are the annual #piamg playoffs... Here's all the info you need about this year's competition.

by Nancy Carpenter

It's the final weekend of the NIHL1 South league and there is still lots to be decided! Exciting times ahead!

by Nancy Carpenter

The title battle in NIHL South 2 is really hotting up, with Bracknell coming out on top in last weekend's crunch game with Solent to perhaps put themselves in the driver's seat. With leaders Oxford having this weekend off, Bracknell and Solent have one crucial game each on Saturday in which they can further try to close down the gap to the City Stars at the top of the pile.

by Laurence Thorn

One of the biggest games of the NIHL South 2 season takes place on Saturday, with title chasers Bracknell and Solent facing off against each other. The battle for the playoff places also comes to a head as Slough visit Haringey in a battle of seventh against eighth.

by Laurence Thorn

Five league games (pending the weather) this weekend - but the first leg of the Autumn Cup final and MK vs Cardiff have been postponed already...

by Nancy Carpenter

Nothing much changed in the NIHL South 2 title race last weekend, with the top three sides Oxford, Solent and Bracknell all taking a win apiece. This weekend Oxford are playing on both days as they look to extend their lead at the top, while Bracknell play once and Solent have the weekend off.

by Laurence Thorn

It’s all about the league this weekend in NIHL1 South. With finalists now known for both cup competitions (these to be played mid week with the Autumn Cup final kicking off next Friday), all attention is now on the league. And it’s a doozy of a competition at the top! If Bison and Phantoms haven’t given an inch, with neither team dropping a point since their last meeting – which is setting us up for a huge game next weekend which could well be the league decider. Bison currently hold the overall result between the teams by 2 points and

by Nancy Carpenter

The title battle in NIHL South 2 is really hotting up and all of the top three are in action this weekend as Oxford, Solent and Bracknell each play one game.

by Laurence Thorn