Ottawa Dolly Rogers vs. Durham Derby Devils

On Saturday June 4th, 2011, the Capital City Derby Dolls’ first team, the Dolly Rogers, faced off against the Derby Devils of Durham Region Roller Derby.

The two teams were equally matched, with the Dolly Rogers trailing slightly behind the Derby Devils for most of the 1st half.  The Dolly Rogers came out strong at the beginning of the 2nd half, maintaining a 20 point lead for most of the half. The final score was 158 – 114 for the Dolly Rogers.

Delicate Plow’her was awarded the MVP for the Dolly Rogers, and Brawlsey “carried the watermelon” for the Derby Devils.

For a more complete account of the game, and to hear interviews with the captains of each team, please check out

We must once again thank all those who made this event possible.  To those who gave their time and energy to the organization and set up of the event, thank you.  To our volunteers who worked the door, sold merchandise, sold 50/50 tickets, worked the bar, set up and tore down the track: you folks are amazing.  To everyone involved in making us look good, sound good, and have a great time, we offer our most humble thanks.

Our refs did an amazing job keeping us in line, and we must give a special shout out to Goldie Lock’N’Load of the Rollergettes who made a guest appearance in zebra stripes to referee the event.

And finally, thank you to our fearless opponents, the Derby Devils, for their amazing spirit both on and off the track.  You ladies were great to compete against and even more fun to celebrate with after.  The Lonestar will never forget the night they hosted the derby girls!

On behalf of the Capital City Derby Dolls,

Bust’er Up,  #25 (and holding)



One thought on “Ottawa Dolly Rogers vs. Durham Derby Devils

  1. .said…….oh ive been meaning to get to a derby show here in adelaide for a while now but still havent made it.

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