The Nelson Killjoys take on the Dam City Rollers in the finals this Saturday night at the Nelson and District Community Complex.

Nelson hosts roller derby final Saturday

The Nelson Killjoys are ranked No. 1 in the West Kootenay league as they take on the Dam City Rollers.

The Nelson Killjoys take on the Dam City Rollers in the finals of the West Kootenay roller derby league. The games takes place at the Nelson and District Community Complex on Saturday at 6 p.m.

The Killjoys are ranked No. 1 in the league (although the league shrank to only three teams this season) and are the highest ranking house team in Western Canada. The Dams are a strong team with high rankings nationally also.

Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at the door, and $2 for kids, available at Chop Shop, Tribute, and online at www.kootenayrollerderby.com.

You’re encouraged to bring a food bank donation as well.

 

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