This weekend saw British Championships action in Haywards Heath as the mighty Brighton Rockers hosted a Division 2 South double header event. The day featured a game between the division’s unbeaten sides London Rockin’ Rollers and Royal Windsor Rollergirls, as well as a vital relegation battle match-up between the Rockers and Portsmouth Roller Wenches. We’ll have a full report on the day’s events in the next week or so. Did you miss out on a copy of the fanzine we gave out on Saturday? It features interviews with all four competing teams, as well as spotlights on the Rockers 2015 Fresh Meat intake and next weekend’s Eastbourne Extreme tournament. Click on the image above to read the online version, or get yourself down to the Evening Star pub near Brighton Station to pick up a free physical copy (from the shelves by the ladies loo) while stocks last.
This weekend saw another awesome double header of roller derby action in Haywards Heath. The mighty Brighton Rockers All-Stars took on Hot Wheel Roller Derby from Leeds in what was a super close battle with multiple lead changes. The game marked the final appearance of Rockers founder and UK derby legend The Mighty Mighty Bash, and the day also saw the public debut of the Rockerbillies, Brighton’s shiny new B-team, who took on a mixed league opposition. We’ll have a report on the day’s events, as well as long overdue reports on Brighton’s last two British Champs games, up on this site in the next few days. In the meantime, if you missed out on a copy of our fanzine from Saturday, click on the image above to read the online version. (Or get yourself to the Evening Star pub from 8pm today if you want to pick up one of the final few physical copies.)
This weekend saw an awesome double header of roller derby in Haywards Heath. There was a Clowns v Magicians mixed rookie opener, then the Brighton Rockers took on a star-studded Team Dragon in a bruising encounter. We’ll have a report on both games up on this site in the next few days. In the meantime, if you missed out on a copy of our fanzine from the event, click on the image above to read the online version. (There was a big crowd on Saturday, so all the physical copies were snapped up on the day and there are no spares in pubs this time around. Sorry.)
If you missed out on a copy of the the fanzine we produced for the Rockers recent home game against Croydon Roller Derby’s Riot Squad, you can click on the cover above to view the online version. Unfortunately we don’t have enough print copies left to put any in pubs/shops this time around. Huge thanks as ever to all the interviewees, photographers and lovely advertisers. Cheerses.
If you missed the recent home game against Middlesbrough Milk Rollers, there are a handful of physical copies of our fanzine available in the Evening Star, Cornerstone and Punktured. Or you can click on the cover above to go to the online version. Huge thanks as ever to all the interviewees, photographers and lovely advertisers. Cheerses.
If you missed Saturday’s home bout against Paris Rollergirls, we can tell you it was the most awesomes Rockers bout EVAH. There will be a full report up here later in the week. In the meantime, if you missed out on the fanzine we produced for the day, there should be a handful of physical copies available in the Evening Star, Cornerstone and Punktured. Or just click on the cover above to go to the online version. Huge thanks as ever to all the interviewees, photographers and lovely advertisers. Cheerses.
Did you miss out on a hard copy of issue two of our fanzine ‘Turn Left’ given out at yesterday’s Brighton Rockers v Leeds Roller Dolls bout? Not to worry, here’s the next best thing: an online viewable (and downloadable if you join Issuu) version. Just click the image above or visit http://issuu.com/turnleftmag/docs/turnleft_issue2. And if that’s not enough, you’ll also find further images from Bash and Racey’s fashion shoot (for Dig for Victory’s ad in the mag) right here: http://www.roachphotography.co.uk/portfolio/#3545. Yay!