Rat City inching closer to Champs, just three more bouts in Season 11

Saturday, March 28, 2015

Rat City Rollergirls
Photo by James McDaniel

Tickets are sold out for Saturday’s matchup but never fear, there are two more opportunities to see Rat City’s home teams go head to head. 

April 11: Final Season 11 bout at The Rat's Nest

The mighty freight train that is the Derby Liberation Front will face off against Grave Danger, your worst nightmare. The jet-powered Throttle Rockets will take on the Sockit Wenches--oh yes we can. First whistle at 6 p.m. at the intimate Rat's Nest, which is located at 19022 Aurora Ave N. in Shoreline. Tickets are on sale for $20 via Brown Paper Tickets.

Rat City Rollergirls
Photo by Bob Ayres

April 25: Home Season Championships at KeyArena

Season 11 champs will be the night to end all nights for our home team competitors. Who will face off in the grudge match? Who will fight for the big-booted trophy? We'll also be sending big love to our featured charity, Cancer Lifeline. Tickets are $20.90 for adults and $14.78 for children 14 and under via Ticketmaster, and group discounts are available. More information here

“It’s such an exciting season, so many close games, diverse strategies and hard hitting plays. Every game teams are bringing new stuff to the table and playing every jam like it might be their last. I can’t believe how fast this season has gone by, I’m not ready for it to end! Championships are going to be epic,” said Betsy Nails, AKA Liz Argall of Grave Danger.

Rat City Rollergirls (RCRG) is Seattle’s premiere all-female, flat-track roller derby league. RCRG is composed of about 80 active skaters and many more retired skaters who are still involved. The skaters are divided among four home teams, as well as the All Stars team and Rat Lab. It is Rat City’s mission to maintain a competitive athletic program, promote the sport of roller derby, provide quality sports entertainment for fans, and make a positive impact in the community.


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