So you want to join North Cheshire Victory Rollers? Read on. No experience in roller skating is required to join us. All we ask is that you have dedication (or addiction), and we will make sure you get the training required to become a force to be reckoned with on the track as a skater or an official. It doesn’t matter what size or shape you are, there is a position for you!
North Cheshire Victory Rollers are womens flat track roller derby team, this means that the skaters competing on the track are all female. However, this doesn't prevent us from including everybody within the league
To enquire about or put your name down for our next new intake, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing you
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Skaters compete on the track. You will learn all the skating techniques and theory behind the sport in order to get you on the track and eventually playing against others. Whether you want to become a Jammer or Blocker (or don't know what either of them are) We will help to progress you to your goal.
Roller Derby bouts are officiated by three to seven skating officials and a multitude of non-skating officials (NSOs). Due to the volunteer nature of the sport, many officiating positions are optional. Skating officials are usually referred to as referees and non-skating officials are called NSOs for short. Referees skate on the inside and outside of the track. They are in charge of calling penalties, awarding points, and most importantly ensuring safe game play. Referees must be on skates (inline skates are allowed) and typically wear white and black stripes.
Roller Derby bouts are officiated by three to seven skating officials and a multitude of non-skating officials (NSOs). Skating officials are usually referred to as referees and non-skating officials are called NSOs for short. NSOs record the progress of the game and assist the referees in their responsibilities.>
Training sessions take place on Wednesday evenings and Sunday afternoons at Rudheath Leisure Centre. The venue is easily accessible from A556 and also in close proximity to Northwich Train Station