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Team Scotland World Cup Roster

What's that you say? You thought Scotland was part of the UK? Well, sure it is, but that doesn't make it not a country. Just ask Wikipedia, the world's most reliable source for information about everything.

Drop by DerbyLife for an inside look at Team Scotland.

Scotland has organized its own roller derby team for World Cup 2011, and here they are:

Armed Bandit (So Cal Derby, formerly Glasgow Roller Girls)
Betty Gogo (Glasgow Roller Girls)
Blazin Phoenix (Auld Reekie Roller Girls, Edinburgh)
Bronx Betty (Auld Reekie Roller Girls, Edinburgh)
Ciderella (Auld Reekie Roller Girls, Edinburgh)
Clinically Wasted (Granite City Roller Girls, Aberdeen)
Crazy Legs (Auld Reekie Roller Girls, Edinburgh)
Dangermouth (Auld Reekie Roller Girls, Edinburgh)
Alma Geddon (Auld Reekie Roller Girls, Edinburgh)
Fight Cub (Auld Reekie Roller Girls, Edinburgh)
Lily Lethal (Glasgow Roller Girls)
Marla Mayhem (Glasgow Roller Girls)
Marshall Lawless (Glasgow Roller Girls)
Minnie Riot (Auld Reekie Roller Girls, Edinburgh)
Mistress Malicious (Glasgow Roller Girls)
Mo Be Quick (Auld Reekie Roller Girls, Edinburgh)
Moxie Emerald (Auld Reekie Roller Girls, Edinburgh)
Viper (Glasgow Roller Girls)
Whiskey Galore (Glasgow Roller Girls)
Wild Oates (Glasgow Roller Girls)


Rock'n'Riot (Granite City Roller Girls, Aberdeen)
Ruby Riot (Granite City Roller Girls, Aberdeen)
Psychomilly (Dundee Roller Girls)
Velosidy (Auld Reekie Roller Girls, Edinburgh)


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10 ARRG, 9 Glasgow, 1 Granite on the main roster. Could that be the smallest number of different leagues so far for a world cup team? That might be an advantage for Scotland, you can have multiple lines what are used to playing with each other and can practice together a lot more often than huge land masses like the US, Canada, and Australia.


Glasgow and Edinburgh are only 45 minutes apart. Very handy for practices!

We are very fortunate in

We are very fortunate in Scotland that most of the cities where the leagues are based are quite accessible. As Janet said Glasgow and Edinburgh are only 45 minutes apart. The great thing about the Scottish leagues are that each of teams regularly holds open scrims for all the leagues to come and take part. This could prove to be a valuable training/tactics opportunity for Team Scotland!

yay bandit!!!!

kill them c*nts!!! Go Bandit!!!!