October 25, 2019

The NIHL discipline panel have made the following decisions following match penalties picked up in games last weekend.

MK Lightning player Harry Ferguson was given a match for fighting in the NIHL National game against Bracknell Bees on October 19.  The player is suspended for four games with five penalty points added to his record.  He has missed one game, October 20, and will miss future games on October 26, 27 and November 2.

Daniel Berry of Altrincham Aces received a match for abuse of official during the NIHL North 2 (Laidler) game with Sheffield Senators on October 20.  This has been categorised as verbal abuse and the player is suspended for four games with five penalty points.  He misses forthcoming games on November 2, 3, 9 and 17.

Bracknell Hornets’ Josh Ealey-Newman was assessed a match for fighting in the third period of the NIHL South 1 (Britton) game at Cardiff Fire on October 20.  The player is suspended for four games and receives five penalty points.  He will miss games on October 27, November 3, 9 and 10.  Bracknell Hornets are also fined for reaching 20 penalty points.

An updated list of disciplinary decisions for NIHL, WNIHL and U20 can be found in the Discipline section of the EIHA website.