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Dawn of the Rolling Dead!
Posted on Tue, 5 May 2015

Rule One? Cardio! South Sea Roller Derby invites you to a night of roller derby that is sure to get your heart pumping that red stuff

Dawn of the Rolling Dead! So don’t just sit there, rise up and getting running, because they’re coming for you.

WHO: The Cutthroat Charmers are out for human flesh against the Dolly Rogers, who will fight like it's their last night on earth!

WHEN: The dead will rise at Springers Leisure Centre 400 Cheltenham Road Keysborough on Saturday May 30, 2015. Doors open at 6pm, and they’ll be rolling at 7pm sharp.

DETAILS: Bring something comfy to sit on, or maybe even purchase a SSRD cushion, and find a prime vantage point to watch the apocalyptic action unfold!

If you fancy a drink, soft drink and alcohol will be for sale at the bar for 18+ (EFTPOS available), with hot food available on site too.

SSRD merchandise will be available for purchase on the night (EFTPOS available). Choose from league or team tees, stubby holders, bandanas, stickers and badges and our famous South Sea sailor hats.

We’ll be holding our famous raffle with stacks of great prizes as well as hosting a selection of fantastic market stalls. Please remember to bring cash, there are no ATM’s on site - EFTPOS is available for merchandise and the bar only.

And what’s a theme without a little dressing up? We want you to channel your inner Spice Girl and dress in your best 90’s outfits. This night will be off the heasy!

TICKETS:

Please note:The tickets purchased online are not physical tickets, your name will be on the door upon your arrival.

  • Kids under 5 are free.

Tickets will be able to be purchased on the door on the night, unless sold out prior.

CHARITY:

South Sea is very proud that this event will be collecting food donations for SecondBite - a charity that works to provide access to fresh, nutritious food for people in need across Australia. Please bring along a canned or non-perishable food donation. More information can be found here: http://secondbite.org.