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Two players holding sticks ready for the puck drop

RAF Cosford Stars ice hockey team win charity match



Fundraising RAF Family

On Sunday 26 May, RAF ice hockey team RAF Cosford Stars won a match against the Telford Spartans to raise money for the RAF Benevolent Fund.

The game played at Telford Ice Rink, saw both teams playing well with neither prepared to give the opposition an easy win. The team from RAF Cosford managed to take the lead and slowly expand the gap to a winning 7-4.

Community Fundraising Team Leader at the Fund, Amber Satterthwaite, took part in the ceremonial puck drop to kick off the match. The charity match raised over £600 for the Fund.

RAF Cosford in Shropshire is a major part of the Defence College of Technical Training (DCTT). It is at the centre of the RAF’s mission to deliver flexible, affordable, modern and effective technical training that meets the needs of the UK’s Armed Forces now and into the future.

The RAF Cosford Stars train on Monday nights at Telford Ice Rink. Training is open to both civilian and service personnel. Each session is £10 and the Club is able to provide kit for service personnel. If you would like to know more, please contact

You can find out more about how to get involved in fundraising here.