Slough Jets – 0
DALROD Peterborough Islanders – 12
After much deliberation over whether the game would be rescheduled, the Islanders travelled to Slough on Saturday hoping to extend their streak.
The Slough camp, suffering from injuries and players on holiday, including their starting goaltender, fielded a weaker team than normal.
It looked like it would be a long night for the Jets when, after just 46 seconds, Nathan Pollard fired home the Islanders first courtesy of a beautiful set up from Yardley and C.Pollard. However, Slough’s replacement keeper, Print, did not go down without a fight. Consistent pressure from the Isles seemed sure to net a goal but for the next 9 minutes the game remained just 1-0 as Print pulled off save after save. The Jets caught a break early on when Jon Brammall was called for a check to the head but were unable to capitalise on their opportunity.