Roller Derby Huge Hit At Adie Knox

By Kim Reaume

(WINDSOR, ON) – The home teams for the Border City Brawlers met on the flat track Saturday in front of another packed house of more than 600 fans. The league champions from 2012, the 519ers, came out unscathed.

The first half was dominated by the 519ers but in the last jam the Hiram Stalkers’ Drop Dead Alice (Lauren Larocque) scored 25 points to close the lead to 70-61. In the second half the Stalkers were able to take the lead but the 519ers could not be held back for long. The final score was 143-113 for the 519ers.

MVPs for the Hiram Stalkers were Drop Dead Alice as best jammer and Pain Eyre (Kate Hargreaves) the best blocker. MVPs for the 519ers were Mod Broad (Anne Marie Romanko) as best jammer and Ginny Wheelsly (Dana Seguin) who’s blocking and defence held the jammers back.

As part of their on-going commitment to the community, the Brawlers invited  the Youth of Brentwood to the game, and the visitors were on the edge of their seats during the action-packed bout.

The next home game for the Border City Brawlers will be a Star Wars themed double header on May 4, 2013. “May the 4thBe With You” will welcome two teams from Guelph’s Royal City Roller Girls to play BCB’s home teams. See the 519ers take on Violet Uprising at 5:00 pm, and the Hiram Stalkers play Killer Queens at 7:00 pm. Doors open at 4:00 pm.

Tickets are $10 in advance or $12 at the door. 12 & under are free with a paid adult. Games are family-friendly and wheelchair accessible.

For more information on tickets and other events go to bordercitybrawlers.com

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Ian Shalapata

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1 Comment on "Roller Derby Huge Hit At Adie Knox"

  1. Great news for Windsor and the roller derby, glad to see people supporting the sport.

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