Eves of destruction open season with doubleheader

Roller derby league will feature two Victoria teams this year

The Eves of Destruction Roller Derby League kick off its 2014 season on Saturday (April 26) with a doubleheader at Archie Browning Sports Centre.

Representing Victoria this year is the All-Stars and the Hard Cores

The EoD Hard Cores are opening the event challenging the Gulf Island GI Janes. The GI Janes is a collective of skaters from Salt Spring Island, The Committed and the Galiano Rollers.

Headlining this event is the new EoD All-Star’s playing against Intense City, USA.

EoD has chosen its strongest players to create a fierce team on the track. The challenger, Intense City, is composed of a pool of skaters from both Port Scandalous Roller Derby and North West Derby Company. These two teams represent the fastest, hardest hitting, talented skaters from Victoria and the Washington coast.

Doors open at 5 p.m. with the first whistle at 6:15 p.m.

Tickets are available for $12 in advance or $15 at the door and available at Hive Hair Salon, Logan’s Pub, Archie Browning Sports Centre and online atevesofdestruction.com. Children under 10 are admitted free.

 

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