you interested in participating in a Cajun
Rollergirls practice? Try
it once. If you don’t like it, you’ll never have to
you’ll probably like it.
Let us know you're interested, fill out an information form here!
are the basics you need to know:
over the age
you’re thinking, “HEY! I’m not a lady,
you sure you
Yeah we mean everyone! Men
can participate as referees.
This means you are welcome to practice with us on the rink!
participants (skaters and referees) must
be willing to give and receive constructive criticism. This is how we
Not sure it's for you? Just come by and watch. Spectators interested in getting a better understanding of the game are more than welcome at practice.
you plan on attending, please e-mail league president Psycho Beast at
email@example.com or recruitment committee head MediKILL at CRGrecruitment@gmail.com to let us know to expect you and to make sure practice is still on.
is largely based on a matter of preference, however, you should also
think about safety when choosing your rink clothes.
Anything that covers your legs but still allows easy movement, such as:
• Yoga pants
• Sweat pants
• Tights with shorts on top
• Long socks/ leg warmers
• Sports bra
• Tank tops (we sweat)
• THICK socks! (sometimes rental skates are uncomfortable, but
socks can minimize the risk for pain.)
WORD TO THE WISE:
if you wear
fishnets, please layer panty hose
underneath the fishnets as the netting acts similar to a cheese grater
on your skin when you fall.
skaters wear the following gear
• helmet (of any sport)
• mouth guards (any sport)
• knee pads
• elbow pads
• wrist guards
If you already have any of these items, feel free to bring them! If you
do not have any of these items, DO
NOT run out and purchase new skates, pads, helmets, etc. until you are
CERTAIN that roller derby is a sport you would like to play.
is a major investment to purchase reliable and durable gear, and we
don’t want you to spend your hard-earned cash on a sport you
decide is not for you.
When you are ready to make a major purchase, feel free to ask league President
advice so that you can be sure you buy a durable item. She also will be
happy to point you in the right direction for the least-expensive items
while still maintaining quality.
Other than that, you should bring money to purchase water at the skating rink for $1.75 since no outside food or drinks are allowed. If you do not have skates, you can rent them from the skating rink at a cost of $2.