Birthday Premier for Top Derby Team

Posted on 27th June, by Martin in Events. No Comments

Roller Derby Fire bird LogoAs you may have noticed Roller Derby is sweeping the nation.

Teams are popping up everywhere and the passion for Derby is getting stronger. It seems to be the sport that everyone wants to get involved with.

I know the Olympics are cool and all that, but it’s not a patch on Roller Derby. After all DERBY RULES!!!!

There are some great teams out there and the Cork City Firebirds are no exception. It’s almost a year since they began (where has that time gone?) and to celebrate this occasion they are hosting the European Premier of the Derby Baby! documentary.

Happy first birthday awesome people of Cork City Firebirds!!!

If you want to be part of the celebrations and check out what they are doing you can find out more information here:

So why am I sharing this with you? Well, I don’t want you to miss out and if you can’t make the event don’t worry you can still check out their website and discover more about them!

Any feedback on this event would be greatly appreciated by the readers of this blog.

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