Preamble for you, Gentle Reader, [that’s you reading this – greetings!] out there in the world of Derby: Sault Ste Marie headed north on the weekend for the inaugural bout between the two leagues of Nickel City in Sudbury and SRD with a little bit of interjection from one of the teams of Timmins. Sunday was an exhibition match that raised the roof which is a common theme for the weekend across the province.
Laura DevilZone provides the words for the fun and daring ventures of the weekend with photos provided by Janet Young and Derene Harriettha. Good work to all!
Sault Ste Marie’s Sault Roller Derby league’s team SOONAMI SLAMMERS comprised of Devil Zone, B CZAR, HOTASS HELL, TNT-Lo, 4ROCIOUS FRENCHFRY, GODDESS OF DESTRUCTION, PWND * and first bouters Wall O’Pain, Bruise Pristine, Mena Nuff, Rudy Nuff and Smasha Yar, Holly Dolly for pics and video were joined by Timmins’ Gold Miners’ Daughters Fidela Catastro, Ames to Mame, Kill’er Princess, Karma To Getchya and Coach Nick L. Bagg (and Sarah thanks for helping too) played against Sudbury’s Nickle City Roller Derby’s Team Sister Slag on Sunday May 29th in an exhibition game in the city of Espanola Ontario! Continue reading “Soonami strike gold in Sudbury”→
President MadamVonCarnage #69 and Sister Slag in Forest City – October 2, 2010
This weekend Sister Slag the travelling contingent from Sudbury comes all the way down representing Nickel City Roller Derby at The Hangar in Toronto to square off against Toronto Roller Derby’s newest squad of D-VAS.
It’s not the first time members of Nickel City have been to The Hangar, having driven all the way down to see the ToRD playoffs in 2010 or fully participated in Blood & Thunder Bootcamp and one member #99 Low Ride Her picked as jammer for Black Mamba!
There must be something in the water up there in the Nickel City. Just last summer on July 24 teams from GTA Rollergirls in the guise of the Derby Debutantes took part in an exhibition bout against Thames Fatales in Sudbury’s Dr. Edgar Leclair Community Centre/Arena in Azilda to showcase the sport of Derby before what seemed to be a crowd of 600 energized by the display of brutalbeauty. GTAR remembers whatever memorabilia they brought being quickly sold out.