Junior championship game halftime score LADD 102 to. TTRB 38.
Junior game 4 final score TTRB 108 to OCRG 81
Adult game 1 final score OCRG 61 to TTRB 62. TTRB moves on to play LADD tonight at 6pm. OCRG plays tomorrow at 6pm.
End of the junior game 1 AZDD 97 to SDDD 65. AZDD plays LADD at 3pm.
Are you getting excited yet? In less than 24 hours we will be playing some banked track roller derby.
All the preparation, planning and the hard work that the L.A. Derby Dolls and the RDCL have put in to to this tournament is coming to fruition. Right now the final pieces of the preliminary setup is happening at the Doll Factory, the referees are together and discussing what crews they will be working on and the participating skaters are currently traveling to L.A. or have already arrived.
There are so many people that are making this event happen. The Derby Dolls skaters, referees from all of the RDCL leagues and some that are not part of RDCL, parents of the juniors, friends and family, volunteers from many other leagues (banked and flat) are helping make this happen. If you have a chance while you’re at BOTB, take a moment to say thank you to one of the many, many volunteers. Without them, we wouldn’t be able to put on such a great event.
The juniors will start the day out at 1pm and the adults start their day at 6pm (pacific time).
We will attempt to post scores on our website during the weekend, so check back here.
We’re less than 3 days away from the start for Battle on the Bank VI. We’ve got seven adult teams and six junior teams that will be battling it out to claim first place.
Doors open on Friday at noon. We’ll start the day out with the juniors game at 1pm. We’ll then take a break and the adult games will start at 6pm. All games, except for Sunday, will be half games. They will consist of two 15 minute quarters with a 5 minute break in between. Sunday’s game will be full length bouts.
If you haven’t purchased your tickets yet for this event, go to Battle on the Bank VI website to purchase them now.
BOTB VI is quickly approaching and we are all excited to be a part of this venture. Even though this is the sixth banked track tournament, there are a lot of firsts happening:
– This will be the first BOTB that will be run by the RDCL.
– The first time that there are only banked track leagues participating.
– The first time there will be Juniors that will be battling out for first place instead of just having an expo bout.
– There will be new banked track leagues participating for the first time.
The LA Derby Dolls, celebrating 10 years of derby, are hosting BOTB VI in their amazing venue this year. They have put together some great ticketing packages, will have great vendors, and the participating teams will provide plenty of action.
Please go to the Battle on the Bank website to get your tickets, schedules and other information.
We have added a page for all scores that are played with the RDCL rule set for interleague bouts. If you would like to submit your scores to us from interleague games played by this rule set, please use our score submission form.
We have our finished our internal testing and have worked many hours to put together our final rule set. This rule set will be used moving forward for the 2013 season and will be the rule set used at BOTB VI. If you have any previous versions of the RDCL banked track rules, please toss them as they are not longer valid.
Thank you to all of you on your hard work and dedication to put together the rule set for RDCL.
Go to the rules page to access the final rules.
We have created a minimum skills for the banked track. This assessment must be passed in order to play on the banked track. Each player needs to be assessed prior to playing in any inter-league games. You can find the link in the Rules section.
The testing phase of our rule set is over and the finalized rule set will be out soon Stay tuned as we will post it as soon as it’s available.