The Cincinnati Rollergirls' 2012 end of season awards party took place at Japp's Annex in Over-the-Rhine on Saturday, Dec. 8. Congrats to the nominees and winners of this year's Wheelie Awards, as voted on by members of the team!
For the fifth straight year, the Cincinnati Rollergirls Black Sheep are headed to the post-season playoffs. Their first game, at noon on Friday, September 14, is against a team that they battled for a trip to the WFTDA Championships two years ago. Tank has a preview of the weekend's games.
For the fifth straight year, the Cincinnati Rollergirls have qualified for a spot in a regional playoff competition.
What’s up, Cincinnati Rollergirls Nation? It’s Tank, former head Cincinnati Rollergirls announcer turned bout preview writer. Just like in Brokeback Mountain when Donnie Darko said, "I wish I knew how to quit you," I too still find myself watching roller derby even in my “retirement.” But you didn’t click the link to hear about me. You want to hear about this weekend, which is one of the biggest in Cincinnati Rollergirls history.
This Saturday, June 9, the Cincinnati Rollergirls wrap up their home season at the Cincinnati Gardens with a very special doubleheader when they host the Little Steel Derby Girls from Youngstown, Ohio and the Black-n-Bluegrass Rollergirls from Northern Kentucky. The main event between the CRG Black Sheep and the BBRG Blackouts will be the first-ever Crosstown Knockdown.
A new annual sports tradition is coming to Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky! The Cincinnati Rollergirls and the Black-n-Bluegrass Rollergirls of Northern Kentucky are pleased to announce that the first-ever “Crosstown Knockdown” game between the two teams will take place on Saturday, June 9 at the Cincinnati Gardens.