Webhosting Proudly Sponsored by
If you have started a freshmeat course in the past but not sure playing roller derby will be your thing then consider becoming a Referee. OR if you have a skating background and want to give Refereeing a go then email ATTN: HEAD REFEREE.
We are very proud to announce that we are the first Tasmanian league to be accepted in to the Women's Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA) Apprentice Program.
The WFTDA is the international governing body for Women's Flat-Track Roller Derby and we are so excited to be a part of it.
We believe that our affiliation with the WFTDA will be beneficial for our members and our league, and for the sport in our state.
We will have access to resources, training and information to assist in the development of our officials and our skaters and it will also give us a voice in the future of the rules set under which we play. We hope that our WFTDA affiliation will also see us with increased opportunities to play leagues from across Australia and the world.
To find out more about the WFTDA head to www.wftda.com.
Real. Strong. Athletic. Revolutionary
CCR’s Travel Team, the Convicts are headed to Adelaide June 7-9 to compete in The Great Southern Slam (TGSS)!
The Convicts are the only Tassie team to be competing in Division One of the Tournament and have been training like mad in preparation for the event. The bi-annual tournament was last held in June 2012. The Convicts finished ranked 11th in 2012, and hope to better this ranking in 2014. For more information head to www.greatsouthernslam.com.au
The second Convict City Rollers Fresh Meat Intake for 2014 is here – DO YOU WANT IN?
We are currently recruiting skaters AND officials.
What: An eight-week training course, open to men and women aged 18+.
When: Sessions start on Wednesday the 28th of May, at 5:45 – 8PM.
Where: Woody’s Skate and Play
Cost: $10 per session (+$30 course fee). Price includes safety gear and skate hire.
To register or for more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org