On the 6th May 2017 Surrey Roller Girls will host Game Day 2 of the Tier 3 Regional East British Championships roller derby at Guildford Spectrum Leisure Complex. Doors open at 15:30, advance online tickets are just £10 with tickets on the door at £12 per person. Free entry for under 16s.

The Norfolk Brawds Roller Derby will face off against Killa Hurtz Roller Derby for the first game followed by Rebellion Roller Derby challenging home team Surrey Roller Girls. With two whole games, this is an event not to be missed!

Tickets for this event are available from http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2915909, and it is kid-friendly and wheelchair accessible. In true SRG fashion, there will be cake! We will also be holding a raffle to raise money for Challengers, a local charity which helps create safe play environments for disabled children.

UK Roller Derby leagues began forming in 2006, and today there are over 90 leagues active nationwide. Roller derby is an exciting, tactical, physical women’s sport that is growing in popularity. It’s widely recognized as the fastest growing sport in the world!

The Surrey Rollergirls formed in 2011, and train at Guildford Spectrum Leisure Centre. They represent a unique sport that is inclusive of everyone and promotes both equality and equity. SRG has around 60 members of all ages and from all walks of life. With more joining at each Freshmeat intake, each person has their own story to tell. They train hard, laugh a lot, cry a lot, eat a lot of sweeties, and are enthusiastic supporters of their men’s offshoot roller derby league, the Surrey Jammerwockies.

Article supplied by Tilly Morgan