How many times in the past two years have you heard it proclaimed that roller derby is back in Fayetteville? Now add it once more to your list. The ladies of Rogue Rollergirls want you to know that there is more to us than meets the eye. We have put together a season of flat track roller derby that will have you clinging to your seats at the start of every jam. Come prepared to shout and cheer as your favorite skaters battle with competition from around the East Coast.
  {mosimage}Check our schedule for the latest dates for upcoming bouts. Our next home contest is March 29 as the Rogue Rollergirls take on the Columbia Quad Squad from South Carolina. The Quad Squad, spurred on by last year’s loss, returns to avenge its good name. Cheer Rogue to victory as the girls protect their undefeated home title. 
 Come back for more on May 10 and watch Fayetteville’s home teams, the Black Mambas and  Cherry Belles, wage war on the track. On June 7, it’s the Richland Regulators from South Carolina ready for a showdown with the Rogue Rollergirls. 
  Tickets are available online at or visit Edward McKay’s on Bragg Boulevard. Ed McKay’s now carries Rogue Merchandise!
  Still haven’t gotten your fill? What is this thing called roller derby that is sweeping the nation?  Rogue’s very own Rachel Sumja, aka Bull Lee, first introduced roller derby to Fayetteville back in 2006 and never looked back. Want to know more about the women of derby? Find out more in the Rogue Report where we will feature skaters, refs, and coaches. Learn how the game is played. See skaters in action on the track. 
  Think this game is for you?  Want to know how to get involved?  Walk or roll on down to the next Rogue practice at Round-A-Bout, 880 Elm St., on Thursdays, 7:30-9:30 p.m. and on Sundays, 10 a.m. to noon  Make sure you look for the Rogue Report for all things roller derby.

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