We're pleased to roll out a new series about Cincinnati Rollergirls skaters and staff with this article on referee Dr. Funkenstein, who just finished his first full officiating season with CRG. Read on to find out what it takes to be a roller derby referee.
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The Cincinnati Rollergirls will head to the Women's Flat Track Derby Association's North Central Region Playoffs for the fourth straight year from Oct. 7-9 in Indianapolis, facing many familiar opponents with a few new faces on their roster.
The Women’s Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA) announced Aug. 3 that the Cincinnati Rollergirls earned a spot in the 2011 WFTDA North Central Region Playoffs.
The final Cincinnati Rollergirls home game of 2011 will be a challenging and emotional one for the team. CRG will take on regional rivals the Detroit Derby Girls, currently ranked 3rd in WFTDA's North Central Region to CRG's 5th. The game will also be the final CRG game for four skaters: Trauma, Sk8 Crime and Hop Devil (pictured), who are all moving out of the area, and Miss Print, who is retiring from skating but remaining involved with the team.
Chicago's Windy City Rollers remain undefeated in the Women's Flat Track Derby Association's North Central Region--and against the Cincinnati Rollergirls--after the two faced off in a June 4 double-header at the Cincinnati Gardens. The Windy City Rollers' beat CRG's Black Sheep, 178-83, and WCR's Second Wind beat CRG's Silent Lambs, 170-44.
Here's another reason to come to the Cincinnati Rollergirls' last home double-header of 2011, Fan Appreciation Night, on June 18: A massive sale on merch!
The Cincinnati Rollergirls will put on their biggest weekend of roller derby to date when eight teams from four cities -- including two men's teams -- will compete at the Cincinnati Gardens on June 4 and 5, 2011. The weekend includes discounted admission for police officers, firefighters, first-responders, members of the military and veterans and a supply drive for the Yellow Ribbon Support Center.