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Steel City Roller Derby

Steel City Roller Derby
League logo
Metro area Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Country United States
Founded 2006
Teams Steel Hurtin' - Travel Team A
Steel Beamers-Travel Team B
Track type(s) Flat
Venue Romp'n Roll Roller Skating Rink Glenshaw, PA
Affiliations WFTDA (East region)
Website Steel City Roller Derby

Steel City Roller Derby or SCRD,[1] are a women's flat-track roller derby league based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Founded in 2006, the league played their sixth season in 2012. The SCRD are a member of the Women's Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA).[2]

Current teams

The SCRD league is composed of two home teams—the A-team, The Steel Hurtin', and the B-team, The Steel Beamers—and three home teams—The Allegheny Avengers, The Penn Bruisers, and The Mon Monsters.[3]

Season Q4 ranking[4] Playoffs Championship
2008 8 DNQ DNQ
2009 7 7[5] DNQ
2010 5 5[6] DNQ
2011 4 4[7] DNQ

Former Teams

  • Bitch Doctors : From the essence of Haitian folklore and the shadows of New Orleans.
  • Hot Metal Hellions
  • Slumber Party Slashers
  • Wrecking Dolls

References

  1. ^ http://www.steelcityderbydemons.com/beta/about-us/about-us.htm
  2. ^ http://wftda.com/leagues/steel-city
  3. ^ http://www.steelcityderbydemons.com/beta/teams/teams.htm
  4. ^ "Current Rankings", WFTDA
  5. ^ "Wicked Wheels of the East 2009 Eastern Regionals", WFTDA
  6. ^ "Derby in the Burbs 2010 East Region Playoffs", WFTDA
  7. ^ Nightmare on 95

External links

  • SCRD Official Website
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