Roller Derby in Skegness!!


Posted on 10th February, by Martin in Roller Derby. No Comments

Help is wanted by a mother of four from Skegness. Georgina Hammond has been inspired to start a Roller Derby team after having seen the sport being played.

Can you help? Georgina Hammond is looking for sponsors, match officials and of course skaters to get it all to happen.

Georgia explained: “I’ve been watching them on the internet and it just looks amazing but I’ve got four children and a husband who works so getting out to Lincoln would be too difficult.”

Roller Derby is slowly taking over and it is currently the fastest growing sports in the UK.

You don’t have to be a pro skater to play roller derby as there are minimum skills that you will need to pass in order to play against another team.

At the moment it’s really early days, we haven’t got a venue yet but I’m hoping to find some people who are interested in making it work.

She is also seeking help organising the team, volunteer match officials and potential venues and sponsors to come forward.

If you are interested contact Georgina on 07716 719333.

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