Exhibition Flat Track Rockstar Roller Derby Announces First Bout

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 29, 2019 Exhibition Flat Track Rockstar Roller Derby Announces First Bout POTTSTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA – Rockstar Roller Derby, a new exhibition style flat track league, is proud to announce its first bout of 2019, coming this April 13th. After 2 years of blood, sweat, and tears, the Rockstars are ready to show the world their unique style of roller derby. Rockstar Roller Derby puts a modern twist on an old school tradition by providing quality and sometimes questionable, high impact sports entertainment. Remember that roller derby from Saturday morning TV? Yeah – it’s that kind of derby. This action-packed bout featuring two of the league’s teams, X Force vs Riotmakers, will take place on April 13, 2019 at the Ringing Rocks Roller Rink at 6:30PM. Tickets $10 – Kids 5 & under are FREE. Witness edge of your seat action as Rockstar Roller Derby’s teams, X Force and Riotmakers go head to head all season long! Block, hit, dodge, duck, pivot, juke and jam with us. You don’t want to miss roller derby like Pottstown has never seen! Rockstar Roller Derby 2019 Bouting Schedule Ringing Rocks Roller Rink, 1500 Ringing Rocks Park, Pottstown, PA 19464 Read More …

Rockstar Roller Derby is in the news – We are going Old School!

Channel 69 News came out to one of our practices and did a piece on our league! Rockstar Roller Derby is making news with our decision to go old school, and do things a bit different. Check out the news article below to learn more, and visit here to watch the segment that aired! LOWER POTTSGROVE TWP., Pa. – A local roller derby team has been practicing twice a week for the past seven years, but members say they’re tired of the rules, so now they’re going to follow their own. “There’s a lot of skating and a lot of hitting,” said head coach Tamrin Jenison. Rock Star Roller Derby International has started practicing and tryouts for the upcoming season at the Ringing Rocks Roller Rink in Lower Pottsgrove Township, which usually means explaining all of the tedious rules and penalties. “They go around the circle and try and get past that wall, the blockers,” said Lisa Varley, the president of the team, “and the first around and they have to make a second round and that’s when they start getting points.” But this season, they’re changing things up a lot. They’re throwing out their long list of rules and going Read More …