Join us for our first home game of the season as the Newcastle Roller Girls take on, well…. the Newcastle Roller Girls! Watch us battle it out between ourselves to see which home team will reign supreme!
Our 3 teams are: War Lasses, Blue Star Bruisers and the Toon Raiders. It’s a chance for ALL skaters in our league to play together and have fun! All 3 teams are made up from a mix of our travel teams – the Canny Belters, Whippin’ Hinnies, North Cs and All League skaters.
Entry is £3 on the door, and kids 12 and under are free! Each game is 30 minutes long.
Ever wanted to play roller derby? Well now’s your chance! We’re starting our new beginner’s course on 3 February 2019. This is your opportunity to put on some skates, learn a new sport, and start your adventure as a member of Newcastle Roller Girls!
It’s a 15-week course, starting on 3 February 2019 and taking place every Sunday from 10am to noon at the Walker Activity Dome, Wharrier Street, Walker, Newcastle, NE6 3BR. Sessions cost £6 each, or can be paid for in advance at 5 for £25. We can supply all the kit you need, all you need to bring is enthusiasm (and ID if you look younger than 18!)
To sign up for the course, join the event on Facebook – that’s where we’ll be posting all the information, and where you can ask us questions. Don’t have a Facebook account? Email us at recruitment(at)newcastlerollergirls(dot)co(dot)uk
Hope to see you on skates soon!
Newcastle Roller Girls
On Saturday, 4 August, Newcastle Roller Girls’ North Cs kicked off the second half of the season in our new home venue, Benfield Sports Centre.
Opening up the first game, a mix of rookie skaters from Newcastle Roller Girls, Auld Reekie Roller Girls, Border City Roller Derby, and Bairn City Rollers took each other on in a furry Star Wars match-up of the Wookiees vs the Ewoks. The game heated up quickly, with the Ewoks enjoying the lead at halftime with 109 to 165. However, the Wookiees poured it on in the second half and ended up taking the win with 310 to 285. MVPs for this epic battle were BCR’s Bambi for the Ewoks, and BCRD’s Hoolia for the Wookiees. NRG’s own Sven Will I Be Famous also made his bench coach debut, leading the Wookiees to this victory. What? Is that a Wookiee war cry braying in the distance?
The second game saw our North Cs take on our friends from the next county, Durham City Rolling Angels, in a captivating contest that ended with the North Cs taking the win at 356 to 90. This win was exceptionally exciting as it was our first North Cs win in the last five games played. MVPs for this game were A-Lister from DCRA and Spanky Doodle from NRG.
Thanks to all the officials and volunteers who made these games possible and to everyone who came along to support the teams – we look forward to seeing you at our next home game on 20 October!