UPDATED: Roller derby decimates NDCC

Four roller derby teams competed at the Nelson and District Community Complex on Saturday.

The Nelson Killjoys (in green) play the Avalanche City Roller Girls during Bloodbath and Beyond at the NDCC on Saturday.

Bloodbath and Beyond roller derby event. from Tyler Harper on Vimeo.

Ice skates are for amateurs.

Four roller derby teams took over the Nelson and District Community Complex on Saturday for the Bloodbath and Beyond women’s tournament.

The Nelson Killjoys, Chilliwack’s NWO Roller Girls, the Thompson Okanagan All-Star Team and the Fernie’s Avalanche City Roller Girls took turns facing off in 30-minute matches at the free event, with donations raised for the Nelson SPCA, Kootenay Co-op Radio and the Nelson and District Women’s Centre.

Avalanche City finished first, ahead of NWO. Thompson Okanagan was third, followed by the Killjoys.

Scroll down for pictures of the tournament.


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