London RHC have qualified for the World Skate European Cup 2019-20 for the first time in their short history. This is a fantastic opportunity for the club to play with the best players on the continent and bring international clubs to England.
London RHC announce squad numbers for 2019-20. Positions remain available to join the club due to the number of competitions being entered (five), so do get in touch if you are interested in joining as a player or goalkeeper.
On Saturday 25th May London travelled to Soham for their penultimate game of the season knowing that just a point would secure 2nd spot in the National Premier League and European competition in 2019/20. This would be no easy feat given that the Dragons were forced to travel with just 5 players and 1 goalkeeper.
London remain top of the Premier League after a convincing 8-1 victory over Herne Bay United at the Den. A special shout out to Carlos Santos for making his debut in goal for the Dragons.
The title is now in London’s hands with four games to go against Soham, Grimsby, King’s Lynn and Manchester. London’s next game, however, is a Cup Quarter-Final against Grimsby on Saturday 23rd March at the Den.
The National Cup was drawn today in Peterborough by NRHA President Keith Allen and team. Nine clubs entered including Premier League sides London, King’s Lynn, Soham, Middlesbrough, Grimsby and Peterborough and Division 1 sides Herne Bay, Invicta and Ely & Chesterton.