Saturday! CN Power! Team Ontario!

So, this is happening:

On Saturday February 8th ToRD presents, not just the first CN Power game of the year, but the first Team Ontario bout! Come watch the best our province has to offer face off against the best your city has to offer, right here at the Bunker. Riding high on their performance at WFTDA D1 playoffs last year, CN Power is determined to continue their streak of awesome into 2014. Here’s a reminder of what that looked like:


All footage from WFTDA.tv. Photos from Jules Doyle Type2Bphoto.com and Donalee Eiri photography by D.E.sign. Edited by Wheels of Misfortune. Music by Drake “Started from the bottom”.

Note: new doors/game time for single headers.
DOORS 5pm
GAME 6pm

Tickets are available online and in stores now! Note to season pass holders: this game is not included in your seasons pass, however you receive a discounted entry of $12 a the door when you present your pass, or you may use your “bonus” entry for this game. Quad pass holders, your pass entries are valid for this game.

The after party will be hosted by the delightful Cardinal Rule, located at 5 Roncesvalles Avenue (at Queen St) in Toronto.

Fill your weekend with more derby! The Bay Street Bruisers will be away at the B Cup Tournament, hosted by the Bleeding Heartland Rollergirls this weekend. You can watch the stream live on DNN starting at 8am. The Bruisers first game is at 11:30am against the Nashville Rollergirls B-team!

3 thoughts on “Saturday! CN Power! Team Ontario!

  1. Speedin

    Hey Kristy! Check out our blog post here: http://torontorollerderby.com/2014-fresh-meat-program-starts-march-2nd/ there’s a sign up link in there.

    It’s definitely not too late to sign up. And you are definitely never too old.

    As for gear, you might need to get your order in this weekend to be kitted out and ready for March 2. You can contact a number of places or Rollerbug.com (they also have a pop-up shop going on on Sunday afternoon).

    Speedin
    on behalf of Toronto Roller Derby Skater Intake

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  2. Kristy Laverty

    Hello,

    Wondering if I’m to late for the 2014 FRESH MEAT Program?

    Also wondering if at 34 years old if I am too OLD to begin skating and taking/giving hits?

    I’m looking to make some friends and get an awesome workout. And have fun. Lots of fun.

    Thanks,

    Kristy Laverty
    (416)629-8077

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