Wow, have we been busy the past couple of months. We apologise for not updating the website but we’ve barely had time to fit in going to our day jobs and sleeping. Almost. Continue reading
Our A team the Canny Belters have been busy travelling England for some roller derby action these past two weekends! On March 29th we headed down to sunny Southend-on-Sea to take on Seaside Siren Roller Girls, where we took the win 196-143 – a bit of a wider gap than the last time we played in September 2013 when we took the win 153-151! Then on April 5th we had an afternoon drive down to Dewsbury to take on the one and only Hot Wheel Roller Derby – who proved to be as tough as ever and took the win 211-143. The Belters’ next game will be on home turf against Glasgow Roller Derby‘s Maiden Grrders – have you got your tickets yet?
We’ve been overwhelmed by your response to our first fresh meat intake of 2014, and if Facebook is to believed we are expecting over 50 skaters this Sunday morning! It is now more important than ever for you to source your own kit if you’re planning on coming – we have very limited kit, especially skates and helmets. We don’t want to turn anyone away so please, please get your hands on as much as you can – for the first session you will need a helmet, quad roller skaters, knee pads, elbow pads and wrist guards. Continue reading
Our first ‘fresh meat’ intake of 2014 begins in just under one week on Sunday March 2nd at the Walker Activity Dome – if you’re interested in coming, please check out this page. If you’ve already decided you’re definitely coming., then our fresh meat co-ordinator Big Smack & Fries has some essential tips for you… Continue reading
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Our first bout of 2014, against Rainy City Roller Girls and sponsored by Maxïmo Park, was one of our most exciting events to date and a great start to the year. First it was B team against B team – a rematch between our Whippin’ Hinnies and the Tender Hooligans with a predicted score of 150-180 with the Hooligans taking the win. The Hinnies, cheered on by one of our loudest audiences to date, turned the prediction on its head and took the win by an impressive 255-144! This means the Hinnies have flown up an amazing 7 places in the European Roller Derby Rankings and are now sitting at 55. Continue reading