Competing since 2015, Rollin' Smoke BBQ have reached the 'Elite' status for Competition BBQ in Australia. But they've yet to taste victory in Kangaroo Valley. In a neck-and-neck battle between four teams from three States, could this be their year?
The Pride of NSW is on their Shoulders
It's no secret that Rollin' Smoke are a force to be reckoned with in the competitive BBQ wars. These guys have been competing successfully from the get-go and they always feature highly on the leaderboard. This year is no exception.
Australasian Barbeque Alliance scoring is taken from a teams best three events with a maximum possible score of 360. This year, there are two Melbourne teams leading on a near perfect 300 (Butchers Axe BBQ and Smokeface Grillahs), third place is held down by Queensland's Country Boys BBQ on 297.50...but the Sydney's own Rollin' Smoker BBQ are in fourth with a combined score of 295.92. Less than five points is separating the top four teams!
Should they produce a perfect 100 this weekend at KVBBQ they may well leapfrog into first place and take the overall Grand Championship. Do you think they have what it takes???
No pressure boys... Not much to say really. Just that the pride of New South Wales is on the line!
- Rollin' Lukas Armstrong
- Rollin' Shane Harris
We are a long term 'Elitist' team that has enjoyed competing since 2015.
Although we have never done well at Kangaroo Valley, we really do enjoy the show.
We are #elitemeatsmoker. We are about focus. We don't go to a bbq to come last.
"We have the Best Ribs in the Country." Rollin' Luke of ROLLIN' SMOKE BBQ
Recent Competition Results
- Last year 2018 they notched up 3 Grand Champion wins in a row on their way to becoming the year's Most Awarded Team
- This year 2019, they have taken out The Dam, The Brissie and The Bundy - along with more than a couple of perfect scores in the Beef category
- Coming in to KVBBQ, Rollin' Smoke are sitting in fourth place behind Country Boys BBQ (3rd) and both Butchers Axe BBQ and Smokeface Grillahs who are tied in First place