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New boy Taylor made for the Capitals attack; UPDATE.

EDINBURGH CAPITALS coach Riley Emmerson reckons new signing Taylor Dickin will make a massive difference for his side in ice hockey's Elite League.

The 6ft 2in forward has joined the Capitals from the University of Manitoba.

And Emmerson said: "He will give us a big body up front with lots of speed.

"Taylor will get the chance to shine here." SPEEDWAY Edinburgh Monarchs last night roared into the last eight of the Premier League Knockout Cup as they crushed Sheffield Tigers 59-31.

The holders bounced back after losing the first leg in Yorkshire to claim a 103-77 aggregate win.

HOCKEY Grange slumped to a 3-2 defeat against SC Stroitel Brest of Belarus in the EuroHockey Club Champions Trophy.

But there was better news for Clydesdale Western in the women's EuroHockey Club Champions Challenge I as they beat Belgian cracks KHC Dragons 2-1. And Grove Menzieshll crushed Turkish side Highway HC 8-0 in the Challenge II tournament. SNOOKER Glasgow's Scott MacFarlane kept his pro dreams alive at Qualifying School 2 in Burton-on-Trent yesterday by easing to a 4-1 victory over English amateur Grant Miles.



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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:May 23, 2015
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