Raiders aiming to complete treble with play-off victory over Chelmsford Chieftains

18:00 20 April 2012

Raiders players celebrate one of their goals

Raiders players celebrate one of their goals

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Ice Hockey Preview: Raiders target is a ‘massive acheivement’ says player-coach Danny Marshall

Romford Raiders player-coach Danny Marshall believes it would rank as the club’s greatest season if they can complete the treble this weekend, writes Colin Munford.

After winning both the English Hockey League One South and the South East Trophy earlier in the campaign, they go in search of league play-off glory against Chelmsford Chieftains.

They make the short trip to the county town tomorrow (Saturday) for the first leg before rounding off their season at Rom Valley Way on Sunday at 5.15pm.

“They are our last two games and it would be a massive achievement for me as a coach and for the club. It would be the first time we have done the treble,” said Marshall.

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