What Equipment do I need for Roller Derby?
Players skate on four-wheeled (“quad”) roller skates, and are required to wear protective equipment, including a helmet, wrist guards, elbow pads, knee pads, and mouth guards. Further protective apparel is available and subject to individual team rules.
Where do we train?
Our training is hosted by Eagle Sports Centre, Weedon St Mansfield. We train Mondays 7pm – 9pm , Thursdays 6:30pm – 9:30pm and Sundays 8:30am – 2:30pm (Sunday sessions are dependent on team allocations).
What are the costs?
Our 2023 BCR membership – $85 per year
Bouting level insurance – $140 per year
Developmental level Insurance -$110
Training Fees (Bouting level)- $85 per month
Learn to skate (12-week program) – $210, includes insurance
Training Fees (Learn to skate, after the 12-week program) – $55
Juniors Insurance (Competitive) – $140
Juniors Insurance (Developmental) -$110
Juniors Training Fees – $100 per term
Where can I watch BCR play?
Open Season 2023
Our current roster of games with QRDL’s Open Season Tournament hosted at Eagle Sports Complex
Round 1 – April 1st
Round 2 – April 29th
Round 3 – May 20th
Round 4 – June 17th
Round 5 – July 15th
Round 6 – August 5th
Round 7/Finals – September 9th
Spooky Winter Break 2023
Spooky Winter Break is a two-day Division 2 & 3 tournament hosted by BCR at Mt Warren Indoor Sports Centre.
SWB – July 8th – July 9th
Do we have Juniors?
Yes, We do offer a junior derby program for skaters aged 8 – 17. Juniors go through a learn to skate program before progressing to bouting skills, same as the adults. Juniors train on Sundays 10:30am to 12:30pm.