South West Angels of Terror open new Roller Derby season with win in Cornwall

PUBLISHED: 16:20 08 April 2014 | UPDATED: 16:20 08 April 2014

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The South West Angels of Terror (SWAT) opened a new season of roller derby at Penzance last weekend, writes Steve Birley.

Budleigh-based Kimberley Rainford was part of the team and the reigning champions remain unbeaten in any game after an impressive 285-42 win over Grin um Barum from North Devon.

The match was played at the Penzance Leisure Centre.

Next up for SWAT is a May 4, encounter with Cornwall Roller Derby who won their opening game 283-58.

That match will be one of two played at Bideford College.

Find out more about the growing sport of Roller Derby at www.facebook.com/swukRollerDerby

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