Player Profile – Certified Male

The Bay Rollers

Bay-Rollers-01.14-Andy-Brown-Certified-Male-EJTF-9W6A4810Name Certified Male

Age 63

Height 167cm

Position Outside Pack Referee, Inside Pack Referee, Jammer Referee (and sometimes official)

Years in the sport 53 as a skater, 3 in Derby

Favourite food  Asian

Favourite colour Blue

Career Highlight It’s all good

Motto You are only young once, but you can be childish forever

The Bay Rollers are on a Zebra hunt – known for their black and white stripes, skating roller derby officials run the show.

The Rollers are looking for people to become part of their roller derby league as officials – both on skates and off.

If you’re looking to be part of Australia’s fastest growing sport, come along on Friday June 27 to the Byron Sport and Cultural Complex to attend a scrimmage. For more information visit: [email protected] or

If you would like to nominate a player from your team for our Player Profiles, email: onlinesport[at]

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