UK: North Ayrshire Ice Hockey Club introduces their Six Years Old Liam Houston to their team


UK: The North Ayrshire Ice Hockey Club has announced another Smashing Lad in their team, Laim Houston, a six-year-old kid with abundant talent, who started his spell with North Ayr at the Ducks when he was six and has quickly progressed through the teams.

As per the reports obtained from the North Ayrshire Ice Hockey Club, Liam Houston is the most energetic and courageous team member. He started his spell with North Ayr at the Ducks when he was six and has quickly progressed through the teams. He moved to Lanarkshire Lightning for a season before returning to his rightful home at North Ayr.


He was instrumental in the u19s Scottish Cup win last season and is also a regular player in his country’s colours since the u11s. He, too, is in Slovakia racking up points through goals and assists with a UK Select team at this present moment.

While remarking on his achievements, the North Ayrshire Ice Hockey Club has extended their pleasure and urged North Ayr fans to go Wild for Liam Houston. Liam will wear jersey number 14 this season, and is owned and loaned by his grandparents and parents. The North Ayrshire Ice Hockey team, quickly spoke with Liam before going to Slovakia.

“I am excited about my first season of SNL hockey with North Ayrshire Wild. I enjoy training with the lads and thoroughly enjoyed the experience when l played my first SNL game in the playoffs.

I felt very welcome when I started training with the team, and I am delighted to play with a great bunch of guys and be guided by a coach l look up to. I can’t wait for the season to begin and show everyone how hard we have trained and prepared for the 23/24 campaign,” he added. The North Ayrshire Hockey Club contacted Domenico for his reaction to Liam’s move into SNL, and he was delighted to say a few words.

“Liam is an absolute live wire of a player, an unbelievably talented kid, the most spirited player I’ve ever had the pleasure to coach. Life is never dull with Liam in the team. He is a true asset to every player and coach in the group. As a coach, every once in a while, you get a player who lights up the room and tears it up on the ice, and Liam is that player.

Liam is another young player whose scope of his abilities knows no bounds. A fantastic skater with an eye for goals, a terrific attitude and a tremendous kid to coach. The kid has it all; the club and team are blessed to have him. Liam’s ability and potential have no limits, and he’s another kid I feel lucky enough to play just a tiny part in his journey to reach his goals”.



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