For the second consecutive year, the Cincinnati Rollergirls’ Black Sheep finished the North Central Regional Tournament in fourth place, just one place short of advancing to the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association Championships.
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!
Even though the Cincinnati Rollergirls’ home season ended in June - when the Black Sheep defeated Milwaukee’s Brewcity Bruisers 139-71 and the Silent Lambs fell to Evansville’s Demolition City Roller Derby 79-52 – neither team has taken much of a summer vacation. Both teams hit the road for away games, racking up a mix of wins and losses to bring the Black Sheep’s record to 9-3 on the season (8-2 in Women's Flat Track Derby Association-sanctioned play) and the Silent Lambs to 5-5. Here’s a recap of the travel season action.
Being a transfer skater to another league can be somewhat stressful with getting to know everyone, how they play and how things are run. I recently got a chance to get to know my fellow teammates a little bit better in my first away game to Grand Rapids, MI.
Cincinnati Rollergirls announcer Caesar previews this Saturday's double-header between the Cincinnati Rollergirls and the Chicago Outfit. First up are Cincinnati's Silent Lambs and the Outfit's Shade Brigade in a 40-minute battle between development teams. The main event is a 60-minute regulation game between Cincinnati's Black Sheep and the Outfit's Syndicate.
The Cincinnati Rollergirls proudly welcome Girl and Boy Scouts from across the Tri-state for their first-ever Scout Night during this double-header of women’s roller derby at the Cincinnati Gardens.
Cincinnati Rollergirls announcer Caesar previews this Saturday's double-header at the Cincinnati Gardens, which pits Cincinnati’s Black Sheep against Minnesota’s North Star Roller Girls and Cincinnati’s Silent Lambs against Dayton’s Gem City Rollergirls during CRG's first-ever College Night.
When I first joined the league, I had never worn a mouthguard.
I couldn’t believe it when Sk8 Crime explained that wearing them was mandatory. We already had pads and a helmet...was a mouthguard really necessary?