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Final Four Report: Sharks Triumph in Leeds

   Carol White

BILLINGHAM STARS ended their season on a high despite falling in their National Ice Hockey League (N) Moralee playoffs semi-final to League and now Playoff Champions Solway Sharks on Saturday in Leeds. The lowest ranked team to qualify for the Final Four showpiece event of the season, the Stars were always going to be up against it facing the dominant side of the year in the first of the semi-fin

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Final Four Preview: Stars Head to Leeds

   Carol White

BILLINGHAM STARS make an unexpected journey down to Leeds this weekend as the surprise package of the National Ice Hockey League (N) Moralee playoffs, a comprehensive victory over third seeds Widnes Wild last weekend securing them a spot at the end-of-season Final Four showpiece event. The Stars have nothing to lose in tomorrow afternoon’s semi-final against League Champions Solway Sharks,

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Weekend Report: Stars v Wild 160422 170422

   Carol White

BILLINGHAM STARS caused the upset of the National Ice Hockey League (N) Moralee playoffs first round when they comprehensively defeated third seeds Widnes Wild over two legs to book their place at the Final Four showdown in Leeds next weekend. Widnes looked to be living up to their ‘favourites’ tag in the opening exchanges of the first leg at the Forum on Saturday but their early pres

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Weekend Preview: Stars v Wild 160422 170422

   Carol White

BILLINGHAM STARS will go into this weekend’s first round of the National Ice Hockey League (N) Moralee playoffs knowing they have nothing to lose as the underdogs against third-placed finishers Widnes Wild. One of the surprise teams of the season, Widnes have had a highly successful first campaign in Division 1 regardless of the result this weekend. A third-place finish was higher than many

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Match Report: Warriors v Stars 100422

   Carol White

BILLINGHAM STARS travelled up to Hillheads for their final National Ice Hockey League (N) Moralee Division 1 game of the regular season on Sunday evening short of four players including captain Michael Elder for a local derby with little at stake but pride. With Joe Walls taking Elder’s slot on the first line and just four defencemen, the smallest squad of the season for the Stars got off t

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Match Preview: Warriors v Stars 100422

   Carol White

BILLINGHAM STARS face their final regular National Ice Hockey League (N) Moralee Division 1 fixture this evening with the playoff picture all but complete and nothing but momentum to be gained from a local derby at Whitley Warriors. An ultimately disappointing League campaign comes to an end for the Warriors this evening as their expected charge to a second successive title never really materiali

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Weekend Report: Sharks v Stars 020422 / Stars v Wild 030422

   Carol White

BILLINGHAM STARS now know who they will face in the end of season playoffs after a double defeat weekend in National Ice Hockey League (N) Moralee Division 1 meant a sixth-place finish was certain. The Stars travelled to Dumfries to face League champions Solway Sharks on Saturday without Head Coach Stephen Foster and first line centre Callum Wilkinson, his slot once again taken by Alex Preston. D

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Weekend Preview: Sharks v Stars 020422 / Stars v Wild 030422

   Carol White

BILLINGHAM STARS have just three games left of the regular National Ice Hockey League (N) Moralee Division 1 campaign to claim the highest spot they can to improve their chances of a more favourable playoff draw, starting with a trip to League champions Solway Sharks tonight and their final home League game of the season tomorrow evening against Widnes Wild. Solway were not everyone’s favou

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Match Report: Wild v Stars 270322

   Carol White

BILLINGHAM STARS were on the road for the third time on the spin on Sunday evening as they tried to take home the points from National Ice Hockey League (N) Moralee Division 1 third-placed side Widnes Wild. A late change to the first line was required when Callum Wilkinson - along with Ben Davison - had to miss the trip after testing positive for COVID-19. Alex Preston made the step up to replace

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Match Preview: Wild v Stars 270322

   Carol White

BILLINGHAM STARS are the team in form as they head over to Merseyside tomorrow for their third National Ice Hockey League (N) Moralee Division 1 road trip on the bounce to face a Widnes Wild outfit chasing third spot in the League. Widnes - like their opponents tomorrow evening - are one of the League’s form teams, putting together a late run that has seen them overtake Solihull Barons in t