Eves teams defeat Public Frenemy twice in one weekend

Derby weekend was highlighted by home team wins from both the Belles of the Brawl and the Margarita Villains

Derby weekend was highlighted by home team wins from both the Belles of the Brawl and the Margarita Villains in Eves of Destruction Roller Derby League.

Thanks to stellar performances from Moxie Fox and Saragorn, the Belles handily beat Terminal City’s Public Frenemy of Vancouver 227-104 Saturday night at Archie Browning Sports Centre in Esquimalt.

Saragorn rounded up 28 points in the final jam of the night for the Belles and Moxie Fox was named the team’s game MVP.

The Margarita Villains continued the winning trend for the Eves the next morning with a 244 158 win over Public Frenemy in the league’s first Hangover Bout.

Prior to the Eves’ double header versus Public Frenemy the league’s junior team, the Rotten Apples took the stage versus the Stone Cold Stellas of Comox.

Despite a solid effort lead by their game MVP Annabelle Lector, the Apples dropped their game to the Stellas 276-205.

The Eves head out on the road next, playing in multiple games in the Summer Slam tournament, taking place June 13 to 14 in Richmond.

The next home game is June 27 when the Villains play host to Terminal City’s Bad Reps at Archie Browning.


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