The First SRDB Awards - Non-Skating Official

The SRDB Award Logo: the Scottish Roller Derby Blog Logo (concentric circles, outer circle containing words "Scottish Roller Derby" all-capitals, separated by five-pointed stars, and an inner ring of stars just outside the boundary of the inner circle; inner circle containing a modification of the "lion of scotland", a heraldic lion, facing right, rampant, with a jammer cover on its head), but with a gold/bronze colour scheme applied.

This is the nominations list for the first ever SRDB Awards, in the category of Non-Skating Official.

The ground-rules for the Awards are covered in the launch post here .

The hub for all links to categories is here .

As mentioned in that link, voting is by approval voting. This means that you can, and should, tick boxes for all of the nominees you think would deserve to win. You can tick all the boxes, if you think they're all deserving; you can tick no boxes if you think none are deserving.

Everyone gets a single submission (with as many boxes ticked as they want); we have enabled detection of multiple submissions on this form, and will also be taking action against unusual voting patterns which get past this.


Nominee: Bambi Lance (Circle City Derby Girls)

"a REAL hero"

Nominee: Dropkick Bru's (Dundee Roller Derby)

"An incredibly committed member of the roller derby community. Travels ALL around Europe to NSO with many different leagues and puts in so much effort to not only increase her own skills and knowledge but also to bring back her skills and extend them to others. [] utterly incredible and works so hard to constantly improve her own skillset, [] representing Dundee and Scotland to the highest level. "

Nominee: Kedrog (Granite City Brawlers)

"Has become one of the most respected and trusted NSO's in Scotland. Travels the length of the country and is one of the most honest and dependable people I've ever met. 10/10

Also has a massive beard."

Nominee: Lou (Dundee Roller Derby)

"An amazing NSO who was head NSO for her first game this year and dealt with difficult situations in a calm and professional manner. She also took great care of her crew."

Nominee: Liz Frizzle (Lyssa Wizks) (Warsaw Hellcats / Warsaw Hellbadgers)

"For being at almost every game in Europe I've heard of. For amazing job she's doing with Warsaw Hellbadgers making them better every year. For organizing workouts and sessions for less experienced officials in Poland. Always being helpful and professional. For spreading good words about Warsaw Hellcats due to which we never have problems with completing officials crew for our events. For being amazing travel buddy, queen of puns and always have amazing hair! "

Nominee: Sticks and Stoner (British Champs)

"Part of the Organisers of British Champs, plus NSOs all over the UK and Europe - gives so much time and support to British and European roller derby. "

You can vote for your preferred winners out of the nominees here: [LINK]