Relive your favourite memories of Rated PG VS Gold Pain City!

Rated PG's official photographer Herb Martin has posted some absolutely amazing snapshots of last weekend's bout! Can't wait for the next bout? Relive some of your favourite memories here:

Once again, thanks to everyone who came out and we look forward to seeing you at the Northern Exposure Roller Derby Tournament on March 22 and 23.

Rated PG's Double Header Season Opener

The Rated PG RollerGirls hosted their first bout of the season on February 15, 2014.

The double header opened with a junior bout of mixed teams from Prince George's Spruce City Roller Bratz and Quesnel's Gold Nuggets. The girls played their hearts out and while the white team did win, they were all winners for having the courage to play such a tough sport in front of such a big crowd.

The second bout kicked off after 7pm with the Rated PG Roller Girls VS Gold Pain City! Both teams fought hard and, after two 30 minute halves, Rated PG came out on top with a score of 186 to 134. Points were scored, bruises were formed, and memories were made for all the players, including those on both sides who were playing with their teams for the first time.

Thanks to Gold Pain City for coming all the out from Quesnel. Thanks to the referees and NSOs for your time and effort, we couldn't have done it all without you! Thanks to Silver Mullet for the use of your photos. And thanks to sponsors and audience for your continued support! See your for out next home bout on March 1st!

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Double Header Feb. 15 - DON'T MISS IT!!

Itching for more derby?

Come check out our first home bout of 2014 for DOUBLE the action against Quesnel.

Doors open at 5 PM at the PG Roll-A-Dome
At 6 PM Prince George's own junior team, the Spruce City Roller Brats will battle it out with Quesnel's Gold Nuggets.

Rated PG and Gold Pain City (Quesnel) will be up next for even more action.

Tickets: $10, available at: Handsome Cabin Boy Tattoo, Books and Co., and the Prince George Roll-A-Dome