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Assassination City Roller Derby

 

Assassination City Roller Derby

Assassination City Roller Derby
League logo
Metro area Dallas, TX
Country United States
Founded 2005
Teams Conspiracy (A&B travel team)
Deadly Kennedys
Lone Star Assassins
Viva La Revolucion!
Ruby's Revenge
Track type(s) Flat
Venue Broadway Skateland
Affiliations WFTDA
Website .comacderby

Assassination City Roller Derby (ACRD) is a flat-track roller derby league based in Dallas, Texas. Founded in 2005, the league currently consists of four home teams, and two travel teams. The home teams compete against each other in intraleague play during the official home season, which typically runs from February to September.[1] The league's All-Star Skaters make up the "Travel Team". This group of skaters compete at the interleague level, similar to the structure of play used by Major League Baseball. The games or bouts played at this level affect the league's overall ranking among the top teams in the WFTDA.

Founded in 2005, ACRD has become active not only as competitors in the roller derby community, but as participants in the local community.[2]

The 2011 season was moved to the Fair Park Coliseum, where it attracted 2,000 fans to its first bout.[3] At the close of the 2013 season Assassination City went back to its roller rink roots at Broadway Skateland, where they played to a packed house and a sold out crowd for the 2014 season opener, held February 8, 2014.

New WFTDA Competitive Division Structure (effective 2013)
Division Number of Teams Rankings
Division 1 (D1) 40 1-40
Division 2 (D2) 60 41-100
Division 3 (D3) All remaining and new members 101+, unranked teams
Rank League D (Division) W (Win) L (Loss)
95 Assassination City Roller Derby D2 3 6
Old WFTDA Competitive Ranking
Season Q4 ranking[4] Regionals Championship
2006 21[5] 15[6]
2007 26[7] DNQ DNQ
2008 7 DNQ DNQ
2009 16 DNQ DNQ
2010 16 DNQ DNQ
2011 19 DNQ DNQ
2012 25 DNQ DNQ

References

  1. ^ acderby.com
  2. ^ Joanna Cattanach, "Women find excitement, and sometimes themselves, on roller derby track", Dallas Morning News, 25 July 2010
  3. ^ Louiseza Sanderson, "Roller derby girls skate from Mesquite to much bigger Dallas digs", Pegasus News, 30 March 2011
  4. ^ "Current Rankings", WFTDA
  5. ^ "12/8/2006 WFTDA National Rankings", WFTDA [version of 23 February 2007]
  6. ^ "February 2006 Dust Devil Invitational Rankings", WFTDA [version of 23 February 2007]
  7. ^ "Current WFTDA Rankings", Derby News Network, October 2007
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