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Get ready for NZ Top 10 Champs 2018

Get ready for NZ Top 10 Champs 2018 13th - 14th October Christchurch

The best of New Zealand Roller Derby will battle it out for the national title in a weekend full of derby action on the 13th and 14th October!

The culmination of a long season, the championship final sees the top 10 teams in the country competing in two divisions for the chance to crown themselves national champions for 2018.

Auckland Roller Derby League
Pirate City Rollers (Auckland)
Dunedin Derby
Whakatāne Roller Derby League
Swamp City Roller Derby (Palmerston North)
Sulphur City Steam Rollers (Rotorua)
Moana Roller Derby (Tauranga)
Bay City Rollers (Napier)
Richter City Roller Derby (Wellington)
Dead End Derby (Christchurch)

Will Dead End Derby retain the title of Top Ten Champs for another year?

The only way to find out is to come along to Cowles Stadium for an epic weekend of roller derby action and to cheer on your league.
Eleven games will take place over the course of the weekend. Book your tickets now.

To keep up to date with all of the Top Ten Champs action as the countdown begins make sure that you like our facebook page.

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