Leeds Roller Dolls invite you to join us in celebrating what has been another fantastic and eventful year! Not only have our travel teams had a seriously busy season but we have also welcomed the arrival of several invaluable new sections to our League in our Wrecking Brawls and Junior League, and begun a burgeoning relationship with Aire Force 1, Leeds' first men's roller derby team. It's been a fabulous year, so let's have a suitably fabulous party!
Tickets are no longer available on line, but you can still pay on the door! £7. children 12 yrs and under are FREE!
Do you like high-adrenaline, heart-stopping, stomach-clenching action? Then this is the season finale not to be missed!
Since both forming in 2007, Leeds Roller Dolls’ and Glasgow Roller Derby’s A teams have met on track two times. Both times fans have been left on the edge of their seats right up to the final whistle, as both teams point-matched each other jam after jam.
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Advance Tickets are no longer available. You can still Pay on the Door.
Tickets available £7 on the door and 12 years and under are FREE!
The Leeds Roller Dolls Rebel Roses will be travelling down south to take on the Brighton Rockers for the first time.
To help raise travel funds the Roses are doing a triathlon of the distance between Leeds and Brighton, over 400km!
Following the huge success of our previous cupcake contest, 'Cake My Day' is back for round two & will be even bigger and better, with added craft stalls to browse in between chomping on tasty cupcakes.
On 21st September Leeds Roller Dolls’ Rebel Roses are travelling to play Brighton Rockers Roller Derby and to help raise travel funds the Roses are doing a triathlon of the distance between Leeds and Brighton, over 400km!
This June our jet-setting Whip-its will be heading to Austria to take on the Vienna Rollergirls. This will be the Whip-its second European bout, their first being against Helsinki Roller Derby’s All-star Ninja Turtles last season.
The Vienna Rollergirls had a strong first season last year, winning four of their five bouts to take them from division 4 into division 2 in the Euroderby rankings. They also have their very own rock-your-socks-off cheering squad: Fearleaders Vienna
Check them out here: www.facebook.com/FearleadersVienna
Final score: LRD 91 – 245 Bristol
Leeds came out on track in Bristol’s AC Sportscentre bright eyed and bushy tailed after a 6:30am start and a 200 mile coach ride. The track surface was notably different to the one the Whip-Its are used to training on; a polished wooden floor rather than the blue ‘sports tiles’ that coat the concrete at the Leeds Futsal Arena. However, after a few slips and trips the Whip-Its settled down on the shiny surface and began to look ready to bout.