Kingston Kestrels Para Ice Hockey club celebrated their 20 year anniversary in 2016. They are the longest continuous running club in the country but recently have been less fortunate on the ice.

The squad is small and the club are currently pushing recruitment in the city of Hull. Their coach Simon Berry has played the sport for many years and represented GB at the 2006 Paralympics. Matt Woollias is their captain and alongside Matt Clarkson they both recently represented GB at the World Champs in Japan.

Their number 1 net minder Ian Houlliston has been involved in the sport for many years. David Parker, Sam Fitzgerald, Tony King, Dave Blakeston, Stephen Gibson and James Morris make up the rest of the squad.. The team hope to push for the league title this season. Anyone in the area that wants to try Para Ice Hockey can contact the club on Facebook and Twitter (@kestrelsparaice)

Posted by Kingston Kestrels Para Ice Hockey Club on Saturday, 9 July 2016