Cincinnati Rollergirls Tickets
Details of Cincinnati Rollergirls and the Ticket Luck value
With an impressive display of skills and professional attitude, Cincinnati Rollergirls have been putting up interesting and worth watching games against opponents attracting audiences to the grounds. It is an all-female, amateur, flat track roller derby league for skaters and by-skaters, which was founded in late 2005 by Paula Estes and Christa Zielke. The league was created just as a new way to exercise and within a year, there were enough skaters to form four teams named as, Dames of Destruction, the Bloody Sundaes, Cincinnati Riots and Full Metal Corsets.
Roller Derby games are divided into two-30 minutes sessions. During a game, two teams come on the track with five skaters each. Each team has a pivot, three blockers and a jammer. Pivots set the pace and lead the blockers while jammers score points passing members of the opposing team. Blockers try to stop the opposing team jammers and eventually the team scoring most points wins.
Cincinnati Rollergirls played their first public session in September 2006 to a sold-out 700-seat venue. Since 2008, the league has focused entirely on playing against other leagues. They have two teams, the main team known as Black Sheep and a junior B team called Silent Lamb. Skaters practice three to four days a week and then travel all around the nation attracting thousands of fans. The league has garnered enormous popularity in a short time which led to three new teams in 2011 among which one was for junior girls aged 8-17 and one was first men's team in Cincinnati.
They are affiliated with the Women's Flat Track Derby Association. By 2009, it reached at 4th place in North Central Region. 2010 was an eventful year, with Cincinnati Rollergirls winning their first seven games with Women's Flat Track Derby Association opposition achieving 4th position eventually. In 2011 Playoffs, they came fifth. They have also been ranked in Derby's News Network's Power Rankings of the top 25 women's roller derby teams in the world.
Today, there are 50 women associated with the league and they come from every region and every age and occupation. Everyone involved with the league is a volunteer be it skaters, referees or coaches. Skaters buy their own skates and uniforms and pay monthly dues which are consumed to cover travel expenses and venue rental.
Cincinnati Rollergirls have been receiving numerous accolades from the community. June 19, 2010 was declared Cincinnati Rollergirls Day by Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory. In 2011, CityBeat readers voted them as Cincinnati's best amateur team. The team also believes in giving back to community volunteering at charity events, local festivals and parades. The team is committed to provide skaters with training, coaching and other facilities needed. It is renowned as a creative and energetic organization that is supportive and involve in community. The league's skaters and staff exhibit professionalism and exceptional performance to fulfill its mission.
Buy Cincinnati Rollergirls tickets and watch the girls displaying athleticism and strength in this event full of entertainment.