Remember that time our A team played the amazing London Roller Girls' Brawl Saints in June? This week's episode of the Extreme Sport's Channel's Roller Derby Till I Die will include our bout and chats with co-captains Agony & Kitty! We're super excited to watch it, get the popcorn ready!
You can watch the trailer for the episode here to whet your appetite!
Peppy Nephrine spoke as Gaeilge to Niamh Ní Shúilleabháin of ÁLT Éire on Raidió na Life, after our bout last Sunday against Cork City Firebirds and Limerick Roller Girls. Talking all things Derby. Check her out 15.44mis in :) Tina G&J x
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You can now watch Craig Doyle Live with some of the Dublin Roller Girls in the crowd and clips of us skating at Spin Roller Disco and even a brief chat with Tina Gutt-her & Jamm on the RTE player here.
DRG's Peppy Nephrine and Bella D'Brawl had a chat with RTE's Dave Fanning about all things roller derby on 2FM on Saturday morning (25th of February). The girls explain the game, how it's one of the fastest growing sports in the world and why it's so much more appealing to women than other sports.
You can download the Podcast from 2FM's website here.
DRG's Sandra (Belle For Leather) and Roisin (Jessica Rammit) feature in the Malahide Gazette's write up on Ireland's progress in the Blood and Thunder Roller Derby World Cup (Dec 1-4, Toronto, Canada). The article can be read in the sports section here (Page 30).
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DRG's Head Coach Violent Bob spoke with Una Mullally of The Irish Times to speak about roller derby, the All-Ireland Roller Derby team and the Blood and Thunder Roller Derby World Cup. Click the link above to read.
Some of our DRG were featured in an article on The All-Ireland Roller Derby Team for the Roller Derby World Cup in the Sunday Times this week. The articles includes interviews with Violent Bob, Zola Blood and Jessica Rammit of Dublin Roller Girls and Crow Jane of Cork City Firebirds. The full article can be read on the Sunday Times website here.
For early risers on a Sunday morning, make sure to tune in to 'Now that's what I call Sport' on 98fm tomorrow from 9am-10am to hear Tina Gutt-her & Jamm and Kitty Cadaver talking Derby! Whoooop!
- Tina G&J