Roller derby is back!
Our season finale will feature an opening game between our Rotten Apples Junior Derby and Southside Revolution (Seattle, WA).
Following this will be a mini-round robin tournament between all three of our house teams (Belles of the Brawl, Daisy Pushers, Margarita Villains) to close out 2022 in style! All the action will be at Archie Browning in Esquimalt on Saturday, August 27th. The doors open at 5pm; first game at 5:30pm, mini-tourney at 7pm!
All ages event! Kids under 10 are free (maximum two kids per adult please). Tickets are $10 in advance or $15 at the door. Licensed beverage garden for our adult fans (please bring two pieces of ID if you plan to imbibe) featuring Spinnakers and Straight & Narrow.
Game 1 @ 5:30pm: Rotten Apples Jr Roller Derby (Victoria BC) vs Southside Revolution (Seattle WA). This will be the first game for many of our juniors, come show them some support! Mini-Tournament @ 7pm: Three, 30-minute games (Brawlers vs Villains, Villains vs Pushers, Pushers vs Brawlers). This is first time since 2019 that our house teams will take the track, and the official debut of our newest house team, The Daisy Pushers!
Our bouts are wheelchair accessible. Archie Browning has two large self-opening (automatic) doors at main entrance from level ground, there are two ramps that lead into the curling rink, where the games take place. There is accessible seating available trackside, please contact us to confirm seats if you will not be arriving at the beginning of the event, as seating is generally first-come-first-served. Two accessible washrooms are located on the main level. Please note that during our events, these are changed to all gender washrooms, a sign on the door will indicate this. While the PHO has been lifted and masks are not required you are welcome to rock one if you wish! Please stay home if you are feeling unwell or have recently been exposed to COVID-19. If regulations change, we will post an update before the event. We acknowledge and thank the Lekwungen People, also known as the Esquimalt and Songhees Nations, for allowing us to play the sport we love, and host our events on their unceded traditional territory. We are honoured to live on this land and are working towards reconciliation, decolonization, and building relationships in our communities. We, as guests, recognize the importance of their ongoing relationships with the land that continue to this day.