February 4, 2015 · 0 Comments
The Orangeville Roller Girls have been accepted as an ‘apprentice’ affiliate of the WFTDA – the governing body for women’s amateur flat track roller derby
“We are so excited for the next step in our League. It’s something we’ve wanted since the beginning and we are so thrilled to start of the year with this great news!” said Mel Goddard, president of the Orangeville Roller Girls.
As an Apprentice affiliate of the WFTDA, Orangeville Roller Girls joins the ranks of more than 300 all-female, skater owned and operated leagues worldwide that have united to lead the growing sport of women’s flat track roller derby.
WFTDA apprentice leagues are matched with veteran member leagues who guide them in the processes and requirements necessary to become a full member of the Association. WFTDA Apprentice leagues are considered “pre-members” of the WFTDA and have access to many of the resources and benefits of full WFTDA membership.
Orangeville Roller Girls (ORG) have a busy 2015 playing schedule with three matches scheduled to take place in Orangeville.
The Orangeville Roller Girls is an athletic and social organization formed to give all women in the Orangeville and surrounding areas the opportunity to learn and play the sport of flat track roller derby in a healthy and safe environment.
March 7, 2015 – Orangeville Roller Girls Pulp Affliction (A-Team) vs GTARollergirls G-sTARs & Kingston Roller Derby Disloyalists – Orangeville, ON
November 21, 2015 – Orangeville Roller Girls Pulp Affliction vs Wellington Roller Derby Feims – Orangeville, ON
November 28, 2015 – Orangeville Roller Girls Pulp Affliction vs Royal City Roller Girls Bruteleggers – Orangeville, ON