No Coast Derby Girls vs Twin City Roller Derby
Event on 2014-08-09 19:00:00
The best kept sports secret in Lincoln is Women's Flat Track Roller Derby. The nationally ranked #35 No Coast Derby Girls will face off against the Twin City Derby Girls out of Champaign, IL on Saturday August 9th at 7pm. This will be the first of the final two games to be played at Pershing Center since the city has decided to close the venue's doors on August 30th. The No Coast Derby Girls have been hosting teams from all over the country at Pershing Center for the past nine years as well as having hosted the 2010 and 2012 WFTDA Playoff Tournaments. This will be Lincoln's last chance to see roller derby at Pershing Center!
The NCDG are now comprised of three teams. The Mad Maxines, the All Star team, and their two Junior Varsity teams, the Road Warriors and the Thunder Dames. The NCDG are classified as a "league" of which there are 1,430 in 40 countries with over 100,000 skaters and personnel. Roller Derby is considered the fastest growing women's sport in the world.
Doors open at 6pm on Saturday, August 9th with the first whistle blast at 7pm. The first game will feature the Thunder Dames vs the Twin City C team followed by the 8pm game, the main event, which will feature the Mad Maxines versus the the Twin City Travelers.
The No Coast Derby Girls provide an economical family night out. They offer free admission for kids 10 and under. A family friendly seating section is an available option on game night as well as kids activities and an opportunity to come onto the floor and meet the skaters after the game.
Trackside tickets (all ages welcome trackside), GA . Kids 10 and under FREE. GA group tickets available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Media wishing to cover the August 9th game can email email@example.com for complimentary admission.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:
Andrea Tarnick, No Coast Derby Girl's Executive Director – (402)770-9733 or nocoastderbygirls.com
at Pershing Center
226 Centennial Mall S
Lincoln, United States