Categories Archives: Game Reports

Vipers left in Sheffield’s Shadow

The Nottingham Vipers Div 1 team came up against a well established Sheffield team in Ice Sheffield on Sunday 9th November. With many players still new to hockey, this was always going to be a tough game. Despite getting several breakaways of their own,


Nottingham Vipers produced one of the their best periods of hockey this season in the opening stages of this game, twice taking the lead against an established Kingston Diamonds side, but were eventually outwitted as the game progressed. They outshot thei


With a couple of players sounding like adverts for cold relief tablets, the Vipers made the very daunting (and very wet) journey down to Bracknell Queen Bees, eight-time consecutive Elite League Champions. The roster was missing Chamonix Jackson, Hollie N


For the second time in a week, the Nottingham Vipers managed to stay in touching distance for 40 minutes of the game, but in the end came away with nothing. The visitors arrived highly focused following the previous weekend’s tight game and this one fol

Nervous Vipers seal WPL title

Nottingham Vipers travelled to Sheffield Shadows knowing a win or draw would complete their transformation from last seasons’ basement team to this year’s Womens Premier League Champions.   Nervousness and some illnesses were evident from the out

Vipers U16s Continue to Improve!

Following two home defeats to the current league leaders, Kingston Diamonds, the Vipers knew this would be a tough match. Kingston came out in the first period fast, catching Nottingham off guard and opened scoring with a wraparound on covering net minder

Vipers Stay Focused

Many of the ladies in the Kingston and Nottingham teams know each other well, but those friendships were set aside for 60 minutes to produce a highly entertaining game in front of a sizeable crowd. It took just 51 seconds for Hannah Worthington to get the

Jackson shines on Vipers’ debut

Chamonix Jackson, aged 15, scored a brace of goals on her Vipers’ debut as the team put in one of its most hard working performances of the season.   With just 2 minutes gone, Kaylie Bickle notched a first Viper’s point with a pin-point pass to J

Goals galore in Bracknell

The outcome of this game, a 9-0 Vipers win, probably came as a big surprise to both teams given that it is less than one month since a very close 10-7 ‘barn burner’ in Nottingham.   Robin Mullen scored her 99th Vipers goal with just 16 seconds on