Potter Jamming vs Brummies

Fancy joining a British Championships Premier Division team? The Inhuman League is recruiting new skaters to start in October. We are hosting a taster session which is open to all people over 18 who want to skate and be a part of the roller derby community. If you want to come along please fill in the registration form in the link below: https://goo.gl/forms/xxubKIFk4oXMRLW43 Introductory session is free!Read More →

Thrilleas Fogg

The Inhuman League have been crowned champions of the Men’s National Division after this weekend’s results in Birmingham. A default win against the Kings of Block and Roll after they forfeited, followed by a Crash Test Brummies victory over Quads of War, means TIL now have an unassailable six point lead at the top of the table with one round of games to go.Read More →

Nuke versus Wirral

The Inhuman League vice-captain, Nuke, heads out to Calgary for the second Men’s Roller Derby World Cup next week with Power of Scotland. We spoke to the Scot about his upcoming adventure across the pond. (Photo: Jason Ruffell) Tell us about your skating history I joined TIL in 2011, skating in their very first bout a few months later. Since then I have continued to skate with TIL and had the opportunity to guest skate or coach with teams across Europe. How long have you been with Power of Scotland? I started skating with PoS after the last world cup, taking on Team Ireland in Dublin and competing at BEARDI.Read More →

British Champs

A top of the table clash awaits roller derby fans when Sheffield’s The Inhuman League (TIL) face Quads of War in Wirral on Saturday. TIL will be looking to maintain their 100% record as they continue the hunt for promotion to the British Championships Premier Division. Victory against Quads of War would see the Inhumen go clear by three points, with just two games remaining. Captain, James Fogg, said: “We put in a great performance in our last Championships game against Wirral Pack Animals, despite us missing players to injury. “That gives us confidence against a Quads of War side we’ve beaten before, but they’veRead More →

Nuke versus Wirral

The Inhuman League moved into pole position in the British Champs National Division with a 239-103 point victory against Wirral Pack Animals on Saturday. The victory was the perfect response to TIL’s two defeats in Brussels only a fortnight ago. The game started cagily with both sides scoping each other out before TIL found their footing and moved into a lead that was held for the rest of the match. Wirral started to close the lead towards the end of the first half as TIL, skating short, tired, but the break came at the right time and the Inhumen returned refreshed in the second periodRead More →