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2010 Wheelie Award Winners

At the end of every season, the Cincinnati Rollergirls hold an awards ceremony to recognize outstanding members of the team.


Recruiting Official Volunteers

Are you interested in being involved with the Cincinnati Rollergirls, but not in taking the big hits? You can be a part of the team that makes our games run smoothly!


Scoreboard - 2010 Season

Keep up on the latest scores when the Cincinnati Rollergirls Black Sheep and Silent Lambs take on leagues across the country.

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We have a mascot

Introducing the biggest and baaaadest new member of the Cincinnati Rollergirls family: Our mascot, the Wooly Bully! Become his fan on Facebook, follow him on Twitter and look for him in Monday's Opening Day parade and at our April 17 game. The Wooly Bully's costume was handmade by multi-talented CRG skater Jungle Lacy. Didn't she do an amazing job?


Watch the Action Online

Can't make it to our season opener? Don't despair! You can watch all the action online with a live streaming video, follow along with a text boutcast and even submit your comments and questions about the games. As Derby News Network says, it ain't at all like being there - but it's close!

» To watch the game online and participate in the boutcast, go to Derby News Network


03.27.10 Opening Game Preview

Cincinnati Rollergirls announcer Caesar takes a look at Saturday's season opener and gives a detailed breakdown of the matchups.


2010 Season Schedule

All home games are double headers, featuring the Black Sheep and Silent Lambs. Doors open @ 6pm, game time @ 7pm. Come out early! Bring your grill and enjoy spring tailgating, free parking, and $1 beer happy hour specials.


Nothing Typical

Let’s see… I’m a stay-at-home mom of three young children. I live in the suburbs. I’m quiet. I only have a few strategically placed tattoos. And probably the most damning -- I drive a minivan. When you think roller derby, I’m guessing I’m not what usually comes to mind. I thought the same thing a year ago when I showed up to try out for the Cincinnati Rollergirls, only to realize that there is nothing “typical” about the women who play for this team.

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