June 27th Home Game

Due to the ever uncertain circumstances that surround us at present, accompanied by us having to cancel all practices until a safer environment is established, we have had to cancel our June 27th home game against CoMo Roller Derby. Despite us not being able to be a physical presence at the moment, we are still very active behind the scenes with some exciting news on the horizon!

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Covid-19 April Update

As we see further extensions to recreation facility closures , school closures and store closures. We have taken the extremely hard decision to cancel all new skater practices and all  league practices  for the foreseeable future. As always we will post updates on our Facebook page and on our latest new section of our web page. We hope everyone is staying safe and well, and we hope to see you all soon

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Covid-19 Update

With the recent extension to school closures and public recreational venues within Arkansas, we had decided to further our suspension of all new skater intake sessions and league practices until April 17th As always our top priority is our skaters, their families and our community As the environment develops around us we will assess and reevaluate the situation and circumstances. We will continue to keep you updated on our Facebook page and Website, where we can be contacted. We look forward to being able to get back on our wheelie shoes soon and continue our 2020...

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COVID-19

As a league our top priority is keeping our skaters, their families, those they come into contact with and our community safe, and with the escalation of COVID-19 within Arkansas, we will be suspending all new skater training and league practices for the nest few weeks. We hope to resume practice in April, with a date to be confirmed, and/or reevaluated depending on the circumstances at the time. We will keep you updated via our Facebook page and website. We look forward to skating again soon, but in the mean time, keep calm, stay safe and wash your...

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2020 season double header opener

Saturday March 7th , saw NWA Roller Derby start our season on home turf at the Starlight Skatium, against Capital City Crushers of Topeka, KS. Coming into this game Capital City where ranked at 207 to NWA Roller Derby at 229 in the WFTDA rankings, meaning a placing gap of 22 ,with Capital City expected to win. NWA Roller Derby came out on track for our warm up with a completely new look team. Whilst the team is experienced with well seasoned skaters, some that are familiar faces, there has also been skaters return to the team as well as transfer in from others teams including an international transfer. With all these new elements we came out with an unreadable team. The first half of the game saw NWA Roller Derby come out strong and score points jam after jam,and paired with the strong walls of the blockers it was proving hard to Capital City to narrow a lead.  Going into half time NWA Roller Derby had taken the lead and extended it to a 50 point deferential. The second half of the game Capital City fought back and with NWA Roller derby experiencing a run of penalty issues, managed to claw back points and get to with 20 of NWA Roller Derby’s lead. However despite the late surge in penalties from NWA Roller Derby that allowed Capital City to gain momentum and score points the final whistle was blown, seeing NWA Roller Derby win with a score of 139-120. The second game of the day was between Benton County Roller Derby and Rock Town Roller Derby brawlers. For many of the Benton County Team this was their first every public game, and it was a good one. The first half saw Rock Town come out strong and take a commanding lead, over Benton County despite the strong blocking and hard hitting jammers. The half time whistle blew with Rock Town having a comfortable lead. The second half saw Rock Town continue to extend their lead over Benton County, but Benton were not giving up the fight and pulled out all the stops to keep themselves in the game.  But it was not meant to be for Benton County with the final whistle blown, Rock Town brawlers took the win 243-111...

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