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August 15, 2022

North takes on south in derby

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Tweed Valley Vixen Zo D'Praved hungry for roller blood at the recent bout in Byron. Photo Tree Faerie

Tweed Valley Vixen Zo D’Praved hungry for roller blood at the recent bout in Byron. Photo Tree Faerie.

It’s on again this weekend in the roller rink when two local teams take on the girls from the south. Tweed Valley Vixens and The Bay Rollers are celebrating the Queen’s Birthday long weekend with a roller derby party as part of the North Coast Derby Coalition.

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Coffs Coast Derby Dolls in action. Photo Tree Faerie.

What that means for you is a Saturday night rinkside with the best rough and tumble derby action in the Northern Rivers.

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The Bay Rollers at home in May. Photo Tree Faerie

Kicking off at 6.40pm is Tweed Valley Vixens vs Clarence Valley Roller Derby. Next up at 8.30pm is The Bay Rollers vs Coffs Coast Derby Dolls. All teams are hungry for a win – it’s gonna be a smashing good time!

 

 


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