The Western Sydney Rollers hosting a triple header bout for round 3 of the 2019 Roller Derby Home Season.
The Glitter, Glam and Goth themed Round 3 bout will be hosted
at our home ground, Penrith Valley Regional Sports Centre on Saturday 28th
The Northern Beaches Roller Girls and the Inner
West Roller Derby league will be getting a stamp in their passports and
travelling to take on the might of the Western Sydney Rollers on our home turf.
The event will include amazing bout-fits, cake stall, Western Sydney Rollers
merchandise and an After-Party at The Colonial Hotel.
Game times: Doors Open: 3:00pm Game 1: 3:30pm Game 2: 4:50pm Game 3: 6:10pm Afterparty: 7.30pm
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 supporter of Western Sydney Rollers.
Tickets: Adults: $10 Children (12-17): $5 Children (under 12): Free
The Western Sydney Rollers are a sporting group that rely of the
support of our volunteers and other local businesses.
We may play Roller Derby really well, but we are not I.T specialists. The support of Understandable I.T. ensures our website, email and communication technology continues to works easily and smoothly.
Liam and the team at UNDERSTANDABLE I.T. have been a part of the
helping family at the Western Sydney Rollers for many years.
Do you need help with desktop computers, Laptops, Wifi, Business Support services, Residential support, VoIP Phone systems, Web & Email Hosting? If yes, then please reach out to our supporter, Liam at UNDERSTANDABLE I.T. They Talking Tech in your language and providing a PC repair service to the people of the greater Penrith region.
UNDERSTANDABLE I.T. can assist with installing new parts, upgrading an existing system, virus removal, home & business networking, General usage questions and software support.
Skaters and officials welcome – no experience necessary
Curious about roller derby? A fan of Whip It?
It’s time to go from sitting on the sidelines to taking to the track. Western Sydney Rollers’ 2019 ‘Introduction to Roller Derby’ course is now on!
We are a great bunch of weirdos that encourage every person to find space for themselves, enjoy time that is for you, skate until you SWEAT and build some superb new friendships.
Roller derby is a strong, full contact, competitive sport and this is the first step towards playing. Join our Introduction to learn all things roller derby, including how to skate. You’ll build your skills week by week and become part of the fun-loving roller derby community.
We’re hosting an information night this Friday, where you can learn more.
Date: Friday 16 August, 2019
Where: The Colonial Hotel, 156 Victoria St, Werrington
Our ‘Introduction to Roller Derby’ starts on Thursday 5 September, 2019. An orientation will take place on Sunday 29 August where you can watch us train and meet our players.
Western Sydney Rollers are covering themselves in bells and getting that Elf
off the Shelf for round 2 in the 2019 Home Season of Roller Derby.
The second game of the Home season will be hosted at our home ground, Penrith Valley Regional Sports Centre on Saturday 13th July 2019.
There’s Roller Derby action for everyone with 2 superb games – The Juniors take to the track in Game 1 (Santa’s Helpers vs Grinch’s Gang) followed by Western Sydney Rollers league players & guests in Game 2 (Silent Knights vs Nut Crackers), amazing bout-fits, cake stall, Western Sydney Rollers merchandise and an After-Party at The Colonial Hotel.
Western Sydney Rollers will be getting their SIZZLE and SWEET on at Bunnings Minchinbury on election day, Saturday 18 May, 2019.
Super, sweet baked goods and hot, delightful sausages all combined with a trip to Bunnings. That is a our JAM and the perfect outing. Support your local Roller Derby League – Western Sydney Rollers. Join us at Bunnings in Minchinbury for a tasty fundraising session this weekend!
Address: Cnr Great Western Hwy &, John Hines Ave, Minchinbury NSW 2770
The premier Roller Derby League of Western Sydney ready for the start of the Home Season and excited to announce the derby players in all 4 teams for Round!
The two games being played during the first game of the Home season will have a bit of Roller Derby for everyone with 2 superb games; two astounding men’s teams bouting it out, and superb “old school cool” action with a Grease themed mixed bout for the second game of the day.
3:35pm – Game 1 – Men’s Game: Newcastle Men’s Derby vs. Sydney City SMASH Derby
5:40pm – Game 2 – Mixed Game: Pink Ladies vs T-Birds
Newcastle Men of Steel Men’s Roller Derby Team Members:
Number Derby Name
2000 Judge Shredd
321 Tick Tick Boom
67 Kai Ken
789 Moxie Monoxide
90 Prince Harming
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.
Hosted by Outcast Roller Derby (OCD) at the PCYC in Bateau Bay on the NSW Central Coast, Western Sydney Rollers’ (WSR) representative team, The Boutlaws, sidled into town to take on OCD in the Battlegrounds competition.
The Boutlaws’ freshly announced team had a short preparation for the start of the season and experienced the loss of a team member before the game even got going. Footwork specialist, Natty Long Legs was scheduled to play, but was unable to take to the track due to illness. The Boutlaws put on their big girl derby panties, and rolled on to display their skills on the track.
In the first jam had long time Boutlaws player ‘Newton’s Nightmare’ threw caution to the wind and put on the Jammer star, kicking the bout off with the “maximum effort” attitude that is synonymous with The Boutlaws.
We spoke with trainer and veteran player ‘Houso (aka Sneaky Stackhouse)’ after the bout; “This is a new Boutlaws team. We have some experienced players combining with fresh Boutlaws. This bout highlighted the area we need to work on as a group to strengthen our defensive lines and grow our Jammer skills.”
The combined power of ‘BuzzKill’ and ‘Bad Samaritan’ took on the job of Bench Managers; “The Boutlaws is a dynamic team that feels like extended family. Like all families we can always find areas to improve and from this bout we will look at tightening up our communication style.”
Round 1 did not work in favour of the Boutlaws with the final score WSR 95 vs OCD 170.
Congratulations to the Boutlaws and OCD’s Most Valuable Players (MVP):
MVP Blocker WSR – ‘Caustic Collision’
MVP Jammer WSR – ‘Crash Test Dolly’
MVP Blocker OCD – ‘Gnarly Quinn’
MVP Jammer OCD – ‘Desley Snipe’
Thank you to OCD for hosting the spectacular first round of the 5×5 Championship for all of the teams involved.