Canterbury Hellfire are packing their bags and loading the cars for the second weekend in a row with a trip to Cologne in Germany for this years Bernd-Best Tournament. After finishing second in the advanced league in this tournament when it was last held Hellfire have been placed into the higher professional league showing the progress of the club over the last 2 years.

The games are spread over 3 days with the cities club playing against Capsaaa from France, Amsterdam Terminators, Patroits, Hollisters Hussars both from the host nation and the Flemish Lions all an unknown challenge for our coaches but hopes are still high of going one better than last time.

The squad traveling has been wisely added to by coach Foster with the signing of Danny Dawoud (2.5) from GB club Crash, Gemma Lumsdaine (0.5) from Scotland and Conrad Hildebrand (1.5) an international player from Sweden who will join Hellfire’s regular players Mick O’Hanlan (3.0) Steve Brown (2.0) David Stokes (1.5) Ben Richardson (1.5) Tim Scott (1.0) and Omar Foster (0.5) with the support of Nic Scott, Clare Hatfull and Shareen Stokes as bench staff.

Keep up with Hellfire games and results with some games being live streamed over the weekend and social media updates live from Germany