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ROAR offers media management and production services to corporations and high net worth individuals. It provides film and television talent, music, and brand management; film and television production; media advisory; business development; and content creation services.

ROAR Headquarters Location

9701 Wilshire Blvd. 8th Floor

Beverly Hills, California, 90212,

United States

310-424-7800

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WANL 2022: Western Roar become first WANL club in history to pull off a grand final clean sweep

Aug 7, 2022

Sun, 7 August 2022 7:41PM Camera Icon Western Roar became the first WANL club in history to pull off a grand final clean sweep. Credit: Carly Laden/The West Australian Share to Facebook Copy the Link It is the dawning of a new dynasty with the Western Roar becoming the first WANL club in history to manage a clean sweep and win all three premierships. There were scenes of euphoria and jubilation at the Gold Netball Centre with the Western Roar pulling off an unprecedented grand final hat-trick when their open squad defeated 2021 premiers West Coast Warriors 58-40. Credit: Carly Laden/The West Australian Historic milestones were on the line during the open grand final on Sunday with West Coast Warriors looking to achieve their fourth WANL Open premiership in a row, while the Roar looked to cap off an already successful day on the court after their 20 & under and men’s teams won their respective grand finals. Strong defensive pressure by Steph Cooper and Caitlyn Brown, along with early shots on goal by Maddison O’Regan and Hana Stokes enabled the Warriors to get the upper hand during the opening quarter. Although the Roar managed to shake off their nerves and fight back in a physical contest, the Warriors held on to lead 15-10 at quarter time. Camera Icon Western Roar's Zoe Cransberg puts the pressure on West Coast Warriors' Helen Taylor. Credit: Carly Laden/The West Australian The Roar started to build momentum during the second quarter with shooters Sophia Lamers and Maddi Schultz shaving down the margin while Annabel Saggers was impressive in defence, managing several rebounds and deflections. However, the Warriors were not ready to give up the fight with Kellie Baker quickly driving the ball down the court in centre while the likes of Jessica Eales and Cooper made an impact in defence. Intensity picked up just a minute before half time with the Roar taking the lead, only for O’Regan to bring the scores level at the last second to 24 apiece at half time. Camera Icon West Coast Warriors' Steph Cooper puts the pressure on Western Roar's Maddison Schultz. Credit: Carly Laden/The West Australian The high intensity contest continued into the third quarter with both teams bringing plenty of physicality and putting their bodies on the line. However, goals from Schultz & Lamers courtesy of strong feeds by Tess Gee-Cransberg helped the Roar build up a lead once again. Although the Warriors continued to put in a strong effort, including fantastic movement by Stokes around the court, Roar’s strong defensive approach made scoring opportunities more difficult. Despite a fantastic interception by Warriors skipper Helen Taylor, the Roar held on to lead 40-29 at the final change. The final quarter featured the Warriors stepping up their defensive approach as they tried to make a comeback. Camera Icon Western Roar's Bella McLernon reaches for the ball. Credit: Carly Laden/The West Australian However, as the contest continued picking up intensity, the Roar seemed to thrive in the high-pressure situation with plenty of interceptions by Zoe Spencer & Saggers while Schultz continued adding goals to their tally. Although the Warriors put up a good fight, it was not enough to take down the Roar who continued to extend their lead. As the match drew closer to its conclusion, Roar players and supporters began celebrating by singing Katy Perry’s hit song ‘Roar’ before storming the court to celebrate a remarkable moment in WA netball history. Camera Icon Open grand final MVP Maddison Schultz, right, with Gold Industry Group Acting CEO Kristy Reilly. Credit: Carly Laden/The West Australian Roar Open head coach and men’s team captain Dylan McPherson said it was “pretty unbelievable” for the club to have won all three grand finals. “I think the 20s set the standard and then everyone else just followed,” McPherson said. “We grew with confidence every game and I think it was a real priority for the club to win all three. “We challenged ourselves and we rewarded ourselves so it’s really exciting.” McPherson said the game plan for 2023 would be to try and replicate this year’s high standard and begin a dynasty. “These girls are so young, our men are young and our 20s are dominating,” he said. “It could be Western Roar for a long time.” Camera Icon WANL 20 & Under premiers Western Roar. Credit: Carly Laden/The West Australian A valiant effort by Peel Lightning was not enough to topple Western Roar, who held strong to win 60-51 and claim the 20 & under premiership earlier in the day. The win earned Roar’s third 20 & Under premiership in four years with Georgie Cleaver named the match’s MVP. Camera Icon 20 & Under Grand Final MVP Georgie Cleaver with Netball WA board member Trish Robinson. Credit: Carly Laden/The West Australian

ROAR Investments

2 Investments

ROAR has made 2 investments. Their latest investment was in Influential as part of their Series B on June 6, 2018.

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ROAR Investments Activity

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Round

Company

Amount

New?

Co-Investors

Sources

6/14/2018

Series B

Influential

$12M

No

3

7/26/2016

Series A

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$99M

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10

Date

6/14/2018

7/26/2016

Round

Series B

Series A

Company

Influential

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Amount

$12M

$99M

New?

No

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Co-Investors

Sources

3

10

ROAR Team

2 Team Members

ROAR has 2 team members, including current Founder, Sabine (Sipunova) Pole.

Name

Work History

Title

Status

Sabine (Sipunova) Pole

Prudentia, and ZGI Capital

Founder

Current

Bernie Cahill

Founder

Former

Name

Sabine (Sipunova) Pole

Bernie Cahill

Work History

Prudentia, and ZGI Capital

Title

Founder

Founder

Status

Current

Former

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