NWO's Cally forces her way past Sirens Toxic Haste

NWO stops Sirens

Chilliwack's NWO Roller Girls throttled the Sea to Sky Sirens 238-138 to end the 2013 season.

Chilliwack’s own NWO Roller Girls went head to head with Squamish’s Sea to Sky Sirens Saturday night in the final roller derby bout of the  season.

Strong blocking and hard hits from both teams provided an action packed game for spectators.

NWO coach Roller Doobie, along with captain Polhverine, led the team to a 238-138 victory.

A newcomer to the team but a roller derby vet, Cally showcased her jamming skills. The former Public Frenemy (Vancouver) star teamed with NWO’s jammers and blockers to build up and then maintain the lead.

For more information on the NWO roller girls and future bouts, recruitment and fundraising in the community, check nworollergirls.com or find us them on Facebook.

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