Based: Milton Keynes Hockey Stadium -1996 (also played at Borough Football Club, Fenny Stratford and at Manor Field, Fenny Stratford)
Career Record: 54-47-1
Colours: Silver/Red/Grey
Website: No
Honours: British runners-up 1997, 1996. BAFA Division Two Champions 1994. Conference champions 1988, 1994, 1996, 1997

1997 Big C 5-1-0*
1996 BSL Division One Southern Conference 10-0-0*
1995 BAFA Division One 4-6-0*
1994 BAFA Division Two South East Conference 9-1-0*
1993 NDMA Southern Conference 4-4-0*
1992 NDMA Division Two Southern Conference 0-8-0
1991 NDMA Division Two Northern Conference 4-6-0
1990 NCMMA Central Conference 0-10-0
1989 CGL Crown National Division Central Conference 5-5-0
1988 Budweiser League Premier Division East Midlands Conference 8-1-1*


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Alan Tait

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HC Tyrone Lindsay

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QB Pete Underwood

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RB Stuart Brereton

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WR Joshua Best


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Ryan Holness

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Allan Brown

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QB Chuck Lynch

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Steve Dongal


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Celebrating the 1994 Div.2 title

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WR Clive Etienne, 1994

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QB James Madison, 1994

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RB Steve Donegal, 1994

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HC Hugh Fuller, 1993

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HC George Cunningham, 1991

Team notes: Came out of several turbulent splits and mergers with teams, players and officials in the Milton Keynes area following the breakup of the original Milton Keynes Bucks in 1986. A year later they merged with the Bletchley Bees, but were without league status for that season. Made playoffs in 1988 after winning their conference, but fell in the opening round. Went through a barren spell in the early 1990s, but with new coach Hugh Fuller guiding them to the quarter-finals in 1993, and then with an influx of new players (including Ryan and Veron Holness from Croydon) won the BAFA Division Two title in 1994. Signed import QB Chuck Lynch in 1995 and LB Jose Surita

Consolidated in 1995, and then won the BSL Southern Conference with a perfect 10-0 record in 1996. Lost 10-6 to the Leicester Panthers in the British championship. In 1997 joined the Big C league which contained the best 4 teams in the country. They won the regular season league with a 5-1-0 record, and then before a 2500 crowd at the Milton Keynes National Hockey Stadium played in one of the best games of all time in this country losing 26-20 in overtime to the London O’s. The club surprisingly folded at the end of the 1997 season.

Head Coaches

1997 - Tyrone Lindsay
1994 - Warwick Mongston
1993 - Hugh Fuller
1992 - Bob Luddington

1991 - George Cunningham


1991 - USAF airmen Tim Harris, Jim Gonyea and Peter Fiala
1993 - RB Ronnie Thomas, DL Ronnie Bryant
1994 - James Madison, Chris Dahl
1995 - Chuck Lynch, Jose Surita

Game notes

13th July 1996 - Pete Underwood passed for 5TDs vs Chiefs