Durham Wasps

The Durham Wasps were an ice hockey team located in Durham and was one of England's most well-known names in ice hockey. The team was bought by Sir John Hall and moved to the neighbouring city of Newcastle Upon Tyne in August 1996. The Newcastle team, after several changes became known as the Newcastle Vipers.

Read more about Durham Wasps:  The History of The Wasps, Revival Games, New Arena Development, Honours, Notable Wasps Players

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