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Want to win a free ticket for our game on Saturday?
In 23 hours the next Wench Wednesday will come out on facebook and all you have to do to be in with a chance of winning is to answer this question correctly:
What are her other two hobbies?

Comment on the WW facebook post with the answer :) x

Dockers, Rockers and Blockers…

Dockers rockers and blockersThis October 25th, the Portsmouth Roller Wenches will be taking on another two challenges. First Portsmouth Roller Wenches A-team will take on the powerful Brighton Rockers Roller Derby and then, if that wasn’t enough excitement, the Portsmouth Roller Wenches B-team will take on the deadly Killa Hurtz.

Two exciting matches not to be missed!

Doors open at 1.30pm.
First whistle at 2pm (for the A-team bout).

Tickets are £7 in advance or £8 on the door.
14 and under go free!
Please click here to buy your tickets :)

Havant Leisure Centre
Civic Centre Road, Havant
Hampshire
PO9 2AY

And of course, a fabulous wench-style after-party!
(Detailed information to follow soon) x

Poster design by Sarah Ingram (aka Coletta L. Damage). To see more of her work, visit her website.

Hysterical blockyard

Hysterical blockyardAfter the summer break, the Wenches are back with another double-header! Our A-team will take on Swansea City Roller Derby and our B-team will engage in battle with Croydon’s Vice Squad. The two games should prove to be exciting as each team tries to take the wind out of the sails of their opponents.

Tickets are now available, £8 in advance or
£10 on the door. Free for those aged 14 and under.

Doors open at 1:30pm, with the first whistle at 2pm (for the A-team bout). The bout will be held at:

Havant Leisure Centre
Civic Centre Road, Havant
Hampshire
PO9 2AY

Poster design by Sarah Ingram (aka Coletta L. Damage). To see more of her work, visit her website.

Berry and Rosie’s Cherry Popping Adventure

Last Sunday, new B-teamers Berry Her and Rosie Rocketpants went to the cherry popper hosted by Oxford Wheels of Glory, where they were cheered on by their captain – Atomic Affliction.

The Cheap Skates took with win, scoring 246 to the High Rollers 160 and within those two teams, there were a lot of well known names, such as: Milton Keynes Roller Derby, Red, White and Bruise rollers, South West Angels of Terror, Big Bucks High Rollers, Vendetta Vixens, Basingstoke Bullets and Wiltshire Roller Derby.

When speaking of their time, Berry said that it was , “Cherry Popping Derby Fun,” and Rosie had this to say, “Its all a bit of a blur, but it was awesome and fun,” so this adventure can definitely be rated as a worthwhile one for those two. But what did our captain think?

After asking Atomic for her take on the day, it sounds like she couldn’t be prouder, “Berry’s blocking was off the chart, she shouted loud and jammed against a pretty formidable wall!…Rosie had a 25 point jam, did an Apex jump and got MVP!”

Bring on the next adventure!

More Wench crushes created/increased

Wenches Gotham Game and BootcampThis weekend some of our lucky Wenches went to the Gotham bootcamp and Gotham vs. LRG game, where they learnt a lot, thanks to a ‘high level of coaching’ – Atomic Affliction, as well as seeing some amazing gameplay. Or maybe their favourite part was getting this sneaky picture with Suzy Hotrod?

(Photo credit: Awesome’s phone and a kindly stranger)

Wenches go Ballistic playing with Juke Boxx!

Wenches with Juke BoxLast night the Wenches had a visit from the amazing Juke Boxx and Ballistic Whistle. The session covered all kinds of new skills, positions and laughs but the most interesting part of it all may have been the number of derby crushes that many Wenches now have on Juke Boxx! This means that they will be very happy to see Juke Boxx and Ballistic Whistle again tonight for the second part of the bootcamp.

(Photo credit goes to a Wenchette who came along to watch and very kindly took it so I could get in there too)

Wenches turn four!

Birthday cakeLast weekend the Wenches celebrated their fourth birthday in style. Not the type to do things by halves, the Wenches had two parties, one in the day complete with a selection of bouncy castle style entertainment and a party in the evening involving dancing and awards.

For anyone who is interested, the cake was made by the lovely Tess of the Derbywheels and it was delicious! Thanks to the wonderful Phil Tickner for the photo and we hope to have the rest of his album on our upcoming gallery page.

Portsmouth Roller Wenches