A third family feud has been added to Hargreaves vs Hargreaves as a further six players have been confirmed with the game just nine days away. 

21-22 Pitbull Oli Endicott will lace up his skates opposite his father Gareth, with Oli representing Team Richie alongside Pitbulls teammate Carter Lloyd and Marcos Pearson, while Gareth will be joined by Pitbulls linemate Josh Shaw and Jason Coles on Team Mike. 

Oli Endicott came through the youth system in his home city of Swindon, playing under Pitbulls head coach Jamie Elson at the Okanagan Hockey Academy until this season, where he split his time between the Pitbulls, the Wildcats and a brief loan spell with the Bees. Oli had 3 goals and 6 assists in 11 appearances in Bristol this season. 

Carter Lloyd also came through the youth setup of his hometown, playing nearly all his hockey in Cardiff until this season. Lloyd had a spell at the OHA alongside Endicott as well as playing a handful of games for the Wildcats 2s in 2018-19. Carter signed a two-way contract with the Pitbulls and Cardiff Fire this season, scoring 3 goals and adding 6 assists in 23 games. 

Marcos Pearson is a name that won’t be familiar to ice hockey fans, but he is a very accomplished roller hockey player and a close friend of Rich’s, he is looking forward to swapping onto the ice and representing Team Rich. 

Gareth Endicott like his son was born in Swindon where he played nearly all his career. Coming through in the early 90s, Gareth represented GB at youth level whilst playing for the Wildcats. 97-98 saw Endicott take a trip to the Isle of Wight where he had a career high in points in his first stint on the island. A return to Swindon followed where he stayed for 8 seasons, the final three spent as an alternate captain. Endicott had two more years with the Raiders on the IoW before returning to Swindon, he finished his playing career for the Wildcats in 2013 after a brief spell in Oxford. Endicott has two EPIHL titles with Swindon along with a Playoff title. 

Josh Shaw will be the youngest skater on the ice, and not for the first time. The sixteen-year-old hit the headlines in Bristol representing the team just a handful of days after his birthday in October. Coming through a similar path as Oli Endicott, Shawsy spent time with Swindon and in the OHA, he split this season with Swindon and Bristol, scoring 13 and adding 8 assists in 23 games in Bristol colours. 

Jason Coles was born in the UK but spent his junior career in the Ontario Hockey League, Coles returned to the UK in 1995 with Bracknell for two seasons before returning to North America for a brief stint in the ECHL. Spells with Kingston and Solihull followed but at the turn of the century, Coles found a home on the Isle of Wight, playing with the Raiders/Tigers for the rest of his career. Named captain for three seasons, Coles was a player/coach for six seasons before becoming head coach upon his retirement in 2012. 

Team Mike: Paul Farmer (coach), John Dibble (NM), Matthew van der Velden (NM), Robbie Morris, Russ Cowley, Ross Bowers, Mason Lipsey, Wayne Fiddes, Alan Armour, Joe Llewellyn, Sam Shone, Damon Larter, James Warman, Tony Blaize, Grant Richardson, Steve Osman, Gareth Endicott, Josh Shaw & Jason Coles.  

Team Richie: Les Millie (coach), Chris Douglas (NM), Greg Blais (NM), Steve Couzens, Mike Smith, Adam Brittle, Sam Smith, Steve Moria, Joe Ciccarello, Josh Galea, Tom Stephens, Shane Moore, Olly Shone, Steve Gannaway, Joe Baird, Bailey Hind-Pitcher, Oli Endicott, Carter Lloyd & Marcos Pearson. 

Tickets for the game remain on sale HERE, doors open at 6:15 on Saturday May 28th for a 6:45 face-off, with the bar staying open until midnight following the game.