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Lillis to stick with the Dynamos
Lillis to stick with the Dynamos

The Dynamos’ preparations for 2022/23 continue with the return of long serving D man and Invicta stalwart, Harrison Lillis.

He has confirmed his desire to remain icing for the club and commit to another season, marking his eleventh term and his third wearing the ‘A’ as Alternate Captain.

Harrison Lillis is a homegrown talent having risen through the junior ranks in Gillingham before making his senior debut aged 18 in the 2011/12 campaign. Since then, his hockey career has been spent almost exclusively with the Dynamos but for a half season stint with Streatham IHC during 2013/14 and appearing on the Haringey Huskies Roster in the Spring Cup in covid hit 2021.

Last season Lillis, 28, remained one of the most reliable and committed players on the team, icing in all but one game throughout 2021/22, scoring 5 goals, assisting in another 15 and battling for his teammates whilst accruing 66 penalty minutes. He was a constant presence on the blue line.

Lillis will now enter the new campaign as the club’s longest serving player on the current roster having already pulled on a Mos jersey for 388 appearances – with only Anthony Leone, Andy Smith and Grant Baxter ahead of him on games played in the club’s 25-year history. In those outings he has managed 22 goals and 56 assists giving him a total of 78 points whilst also amassing 569 penalty minutes. He now returns to Planet Ice Gillingham where he will continue to battle for his hometown club.

Speaking on his re-signing Harrison Lillis said, “There’s no greater feeling than playing for your local team and for the club you watched growing up. I’m very proud to be a product of Invicta and I am excited to carry on my lengthy service. I am looking forward to giving it my all once again for the club and our supporters. I can’t wait to be putting on the Invicta jersey again next season”.

Head Coach Lennon added, “Our longest serving Dynamo returns for another season and we’re delighted to have him back. Harry shows up year on year putting everything in for the cause and that’s why he will continue to wear an A on his jersey. Not only is Harry a solid D-man but he increased his offensive output last season. He’s an out and out team player and never shy’s away from supporting his teammates. Harry will be a vital part of our defensive core for the upcoming season. Glad to have you back #87.”

Picture supplied by David Trevallion.