Western Sydney Rollers’ representative roller derby team is called The Boutlaws. The Boutlaws is a travel team that competes in the elite NSW 5×5 Roller Derby Competition.
The Boutlaws train hard so that they can fully enjoy playing in the 5×5 Roller Derby Championship. This year The Boutlaws will compete in the Battlegrounds class of the competition. They also look forward to meeting players from other leagues around the state, socialising at the Championship after party.
It takes time, dedication and expert skating skills to make it onto The Boutlaws. The players, Bench Managers and trainers must work together to achieve success in the mad-house that is roller derby.
Western Sydney Rollers proudly presents The Boutlaws of 2019:
Player name and number
Natty Long Legs 11
Bee Sting 120
Kiss My Hyde 155
Sneaky Stackhouse 21
Down Unda Thunda 2412
Honey Badger 25
Kitty SlamHer 41
Newton’s Nightmare 44
Crash Test Dolly 46
Dev Elish Desire 69
Caustic Collission 88
Shorley Tremble 713
Bench Managers (Benchies)
Bad Samaritan 666
Shorley Tremble 713
The first game of the 5 x 5 Championship rolls into Bateau Bay on Saturday 23 March, 2019.
Keep up with the activities of The Boutlaws on our website and follow Western Sydney Rollers on facebook and instagram. The Boutlaws love supporters, so come along and enjoy cheering them on!
Western Sydney Rollers is hosting an information session and new member intake in March, 2019.
On Friday 15 March 2019, the team from Western Sydney Rollers will be at The Colonial Hotel from 7.30pm to host an information session.
If you’re interested in joining roller derby; as a referee, official (on or off skates), a player or supporter, come along to The Colonial. Grab a meal and a drink, relax and get to know some of our members while you ask them all the questions abut this great game and how you can add roller derby to your life.
Our newest members will be able to start on Sunday 31 March from 5pm. Freshies will meet at the Penrith Valley Regional Sports Centre (30 Herbert St., Cambridge Park) to start their roller derby Journey. The first freshie session will start with an orientation and information, followed by an off-skates fitness session and some light introductory skating.