ROLLER DERBY: Brawling is all part of the game!

Local team Brawls of Steel missed out on a play-off place in Tier 2 of the UK Roller Derby Championships.

Saturday, 16th July 2016, 10:00 am
Updated Thursday, 25th August 2016, 8:47 pm
Brawls of Steel (green) in action against Suffolk Rollers. Photo: David Lowndes.

They were beaten 329-111 by Suffolk Men from Ipswich at Bushfield (July 9).

The newly formed team played with a short roster of nine skaters against a strong side. It was a fiercely fought game with strength and skill demonstrated by both teams, but a hard to beat Suffolk took the win.

Bristol beat Nottingham Outlaws in the other play-off match held in the city.

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Action from the roller derby play-off between Brawls of Steel and Suffolk Rollers at Bushfield. Photo: David Lowndes.

Roller derby is the fastest growing sport in the UK, Borderland Brawlers Roller Derby are a Co-Ed team with skaters from the Peterborough, Stamford, Grantham and Oakham areas. The team are having an intake on Tuesday September 6 and

are seeking fresh combatants for a sport that involves jamming and blocking opponents while travelling at speed around a circuit.

Further details from [email protected] or on the Brawls of Steel Facebook page.

Brawls of Steels (green) in action at Bushfield.
Action from the roller derby play-off between Brawls of Steel and Suffolk Rollers at Bushfield. Photo: David Lowndes.
Brawls of Steels (green) in action at Bushfield.