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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

Vipers edge it at Milton Keynes

In the week before this game, the sad news that MK Falcons were struggling with funding their Club was seen on twitter. Their team put those woes firmly behind them on Saturday afternoon to produce a fierce, battling performance that showed exactly why th

Vipers pass tough test

The visit of Bracknell Firebees to the National Ice Centre brought a visitor whose league position does not in any way reflect the danger that the team possesses. The Vipers expected an extremely close game and that is exactly what followed. An end-to-end

Vipers U16s run Sheffield Close

Nottingham Vipers U16s faced off against Sheffield Shadows U16s in their third ever game, and last one of 2017. Having lost 18-2 three weeks earlier, Vipers would certainly be up against it today but were boosted by the return of Captain Madison Wright. V