Western Sydney Rollers are apex jumping into the first round of their Home Season on Saturday 13 April, 2019, at Penrith Valley Regional Sports Centre.
There will be a roller derby action for the whole family with two games on the day. The first will feature two men’s teams going head-to-head; with superb “old school cool” action with a Grease-themed, mixed bout, for the second game of the day.
An electric roller derby atmosphere, amazing bout-fits, cake stall, Western Sydney Rollers’ merchandise and a fun after party will give you plenty of reasons to leave the house on a Saturday!
3.00pm – Doors Open
3.30pm – Derby 101 Demo (Learn about Derby)
3.35pm – Game 1 – Newcastle Men’s Derby vs. Sydney City SMASH Men’s Derby
5.40pm – Game 2 – Mixed Game: PINK LADIES vs T-BIRDS
7.30pm – After party – Join your favourite skaters for a hearty pub meal after the game at The Colonial Hotel, 156 Victoria St, Werrington. The Colonial Hotel is a proud supporter of Western Sydney Rollers.
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.
We’re excited to announce that in 2019, Western Sydney Rollers (WSR) will be hosting a series of open scrimmages. These scrimmages will be mixed gender and get rolling on Sunday 3 March, 2019 so break out your black and white scrim shirts and register today!
The scrimmages will run on Sunday from 6-8pm at Penrith Regional Sports Centre, 30 Herbert Street, Cambridge Park, NSW 2747.
You can grab a 2019 season pass for $40 per person for a 2019 season pass or pay $5 for a single/individual scrimmage.
The 5×5 Championship has three divisions and is THE representative event for roller derby teams in NSW. The Boutlaws will compete in the Battlegrounds division.
This posse of women is the toughest bunch of gals out west, and they’re aimin’ for some straight shooting and hard jamming as they take on the some of the sharpest posses of skater girls around.
Having competed in the tournament previously, 2018 left The Boutlaws wanting more with a mixture of veteran skaters and shiny fresh faces aiming to take out the Championship. The team will be led by experienced Bench Managing duo, Buzzkill and Bad Samaritan.
Have you been watching Whip It? Did you cheer on Australia in the Roller Derby World Cup? If you’d like to experience roller derby from beyond the sidelines and you’re in the Penrith or wider Western Sydney region, Western Sydney Rollers (WSR) is the roller derby league for you!
WSR has a variety of roles for roller derby enthusiasts and newbies to get involved in. Members can be a Freshie Skater, learn to be a skating official, become a player and be a non-skating official.
We welcome everyone – those who can skate and those who who want to learn how to skate; and all genders, sexualities, body types and levels of athleticism. Everyone can find a derby home at WSR – even artistic skaters and speed skaters!
Do you have an interest in the roller derby community and would like to find out more? We’re hosting an information session.
Roll up at 3:30pm on Sunday 10 February, 2019 to Penrith Valley Regional Sports Centre (30 Herbert Street, Cambridge Park, NSW 2747). Come along, meet the league members and get involved in roller derby through a fun and inclusive roller derby league.
Jamming and blocking extraordinaire, Natty Longlegs has been weaving her magic on the track since early 2016.
Having seen a poster for Western Sydney Rollers’ intraleague grand final one year, it took Natty a couple of years to pluck up the courage to join – and boy, are we thrilled she did!
Fast forward to 2018 and Natty is burning up the track as part of the Boutlaws, the league’s representative team. It’s proving to be a fantastic year for #11, having attended Camp Skate earlier this year where she got to skate with elite derby coaches. She followed up Camp Skate with an even bigger highlight, playing 5 x 5 with the Boutlaws.
Natty said “It was a little terrifying for my first game back in round two, having broken my ankle in round one in 2017, but we played Maitland and they were a gorgeous team to play against so it was a lot of fun.”
Although she’s not a fan of the travel involved getting to Boutlaws’ games, Natty said the travel is more than outweighed by fun she has playing the games – something she puts down to the team itself.
A massive fan of Lady Trample, Natty’s next derby goal is to perfect the apex jump.
Outside of derby, Natty has a mean green thumb and she’s a cupcake queen – be sure to snap one up at our next game so you can enjoy Natty’s talents on and off the track.
Will the glitter of disco or hardcore rock reign victorious?
Rock V Disco was a family and friends bout to debut our new skaters in 2013. Were you there? Join us again and see if history will repeat itself or maybe Team Rock will win this time!
Come along to Penrith Sports Stadium in Cambridge Park on Sunday, 12 August. Doors open at 11.30am. Game 1 will kick off at 12.15pm, followed by Game 2 at 2.15pm. Don’t forget to join us for our Chuck-a-Duck game at half time for little and big kids alike.
Join your favourite skaters for a hearty pub meal after the game at The Colonial Hotel, 156 Victoria St, Werrington.
Children (12-17): $5
Children (under 12): Free
Adult season pass: $25 (Season passes cover admission to all three remaining WSR home games hosted at the Penrith Valley Regional Sports Centre at discounted price)