Roller Derby

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Looking for a fun way to stay in shape? Need a positive outlet for the daily frustrations in your life? Maybe you have a theatrical streak you'd like to cultivate? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, then roller derby might be for you. Nationwide women are strapping on skates to participate in this full-contact sport and part of the grassroots roller derby comeback is happening right here in Ukiah. Mendo Mayhem, Mendocino County's own roller derby team, practices at Skate City Tuesday and Thursday nights from 7:30 to 9:15. The team is actively recruiting skaters, referees, and scorekeepers. Our Mission is to empower women through athleticism. The Mendocino County Roller Derby (MCRD) skaters will skate with heart and proficiency as an all female, flat-track roller derby league. Through the development of athletic skill, a strong team ethic, and training specific to the sport of roller derby, MCRD skaters will learn the skills they need to skate competitively at a regional and national level. MCRD is also dedicated to making a positive impact on our community through raising social awareness, fundraising, and reaching out to those in need.


Currently Recruiting Refs and Skaters!!!


Come  Check us out on Mon. Tues. and Thurs.,  nights, 8Pm at Skate City, Ukiah.

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