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Christchurch All Stars take on Northland's Hell's Wives

Top ranking Christchurch All Stars take on Northland's Hell's Wives in epic South Island vs North Island battle.

Come along to see the number 1 ranked roller derby team in New Zealand, Dead End Derby's All Stars play in their only home game this season on Saturday 30th September at Cowles Stadium.

All Stars take on Northland's Hell's Wives in a bid to consolidate their position at the top. Northland will be endeavouring to thwart that plan with their impenetrable bracewalls and stealthy jammers. All Stars have had a successful season, powering through their away bouts.
So, Saturday night is the time to come along and show your support by wearing green and cheering on your team in their one and only home game this year!

We are also proud to present a demonstration about roller derby by our junior roller derby team who have been working hard to develop their skating skills. Junior roller derby is open to girls and boys aged 8-14. Participants learn skating skills in a fun, team environment, with a view to playing their own (non-contact) bouts in the future.

Don't miss the action packed, full-contact, all-female roller derby battle between the South and North Island!

Presales from Eventfinda: http://www.eventfinda.co.nz

Doors open at 6:30pm, first whistle at 7.00pm.
EFTPOS available on the door.
CASH ONLY for bar and merchandise.
NO BYO food or drink.
ROAR


Ticket Prices:
$15 for adults
$5 for kids (12 and under)
Under 5s free

****No stiletto heels please****

Rated M - Mature Themes. Parental guidance recommended.
Cowles Stadium, 220 Pages Road, Wainoni, Christchurch


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