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DisorderLee is one of our very own London Rockin’ Rollers rookie programme graduates, completing the programme in 2011. Since then she has become a solid blocker, captain of the All Star travel team and a coach. DisorderLee also skated in the 2014 Roller Derby World Cup held in Dallas, Texas, for Team West Indies and again in the 2018 Roller Derby World Cup held in Manchester, UK.

Specialities: defensive blocking; offense; wall building; recycling

VELOCITY (she/they)

Velocity transferred to LRR from London Rollergirls recreational league at the start of 2018, and soon found her way into competitive play, initially as an A/B crossover, and now as a full time All Star. She is a strong defensive blocker, a fan of flat two walls, and known for foiling jammers on the outside line.

Specialties: edge work; stopping at speed; defensive blocking; agility.

IRATE (they/them)

Irate is another graduate from our rookie programme, currently skating with our Allstars and is co-Head Coach of Wreck Team. They love doing all of the roles on track but can normally be found bracing and pivoting.

Specialities: skills and strategy for newbies; hockey stops; edgework for blockers; jammer toe-stop skills; backwards skating, blocking and bracing; offensive moves for individuals and with team-mates; start line strategies…

WILEY MINOGUE (they/them)


SKIDMORE (she/her)


SWEENEY (she/her)



Major Vengeance had never learned how to skate before she fell in love with roller derby and strapped on some kit in Edinburgh. Having put in the hard yards she was absolutely thrilled to get rostered to an Auld Reekie Roller Derby travel team, specialising in offence. Having moved to London, she is a proud member of the Badasses and is currently working on jamming and pivoting. Happiest roller derby memory to date is winning MVP jammer in our final game in the Nice tournament in 2019… and the after party!

Specialities: hits; wall-breaking; endurance