Tartans' derby clash a success
CLASH of the Tartans was an overwhelming success with more than 800 people in attendance.
SSRG showed the Clarence Valley what derby was all about and we can’t thank them enough for coming down. All credit for this amazing event needs to go to our events manager, Jo Chamberlain, and her committee of hard-working volunteers.
Last week’s training was focused on preparation for assessments with all members fine-tuning their skills.
Our stars of the week were Debbie Does D Block and Mumma Melicious. Assessment for green stripes going into blue stripes will be held on Wednesday, March 23, with Fresh Meat assessment for becoming a green stripe on Friday, March 25. These will both be closed sessions with no spectators allowed.
The CVRDL Inc is always looking for new recruits or “fresh meat” as it is known in wide world of roller derby.
If you are interested in giving it a try please contact Jade on 0432 489 974 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 0432 489 974 end_of_the_skype_highlighting or 6645 5568 to organise skate hire and get some details about what is involved. The cost is $15 for training and all equipment hire.
All new starters are asked to be at training at the Raymond Laurie Sports Centre by 6pm this Friday night. Roller derby training is a great way to have fun, get fit and meet other like-minded women in your area.