“Freshmeat” Recruitment – Autumn 2017


We’re on the lookout for new roller derby talent! Ever seen roller derby and think, “Hey, that’s pretty damn bad-ass.  I could totally do that”.  No, of course not. Anyone who sees roller derby for the first time actually thinks, “Hey, that’s pretty damn bad-ass. Those people are crazy”. And you’d be right.
Come join the craziness. You don’t have to know the game, you don’t need to be fit, athletic, skinny or whatever. You don’t have to know how to skate. You don’t have to be a woman. Be a man. Be whatever gender you like, be all or none.  We welcome and will teach anyone roller derby from scratch, burning plenty of calories, teaching you amazing skills and confidence, building your fitness and strength week on week. All we ask is that you be over 18 and have a can-do will-try attitude.
Interested in finding out more? We’ll be running open skate and information sessions in Bray on two dates- 21st August and 4th September.
If you have quad roller skates and gear already, the skate and session is free to attend. If you need gear, you can hire it at a cost of €5. All interested would-be Freshies will need to register their interest, letting us know what session you’d like to attend. If you need gear, let us know what your shoe size is.
Freshmeat itself is due to start Monday 11th September and will run for approximately 12 weeks (maybe a week or two longer). Course costs, gear costs and hiring options will all be discussed at the sessions.
Contact us on eastcoastcyclones@gmail.com for more info, or message us on Facebook. Like our Facebook page to rfor updates!




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