April 15th marked the end of Boston Roller Derby Home Teams regular season as teams begin the road to playoffs. A packed Shriner’s Auditorium cheered all four home teams during one of the most exciting nights of the season. Join
2018 marks the start of a fresh season filled with fresh faces. All four home teams debuted their newly drafted rookies in front of a packed house at Shriner’s Auditorium in Wilmington, MA on January 20. With sights set on
WATCH THE NERDerby GAME ARCHIVES 👈👀 The 2016 Boston Roller Derby home team season closed out with an exciting doubleheader on Oct. 22, which the Cosmonaughties kicked off by solidly taking third place in their matchup against the Nutcrackers. The second game
The 2015 season was a powerful and transformative one for Boston Roller Derby, and the coaches and captain of the teams could not be more proud of the success they’ve seen this past year. The all-star travel team, Boston Massacre,
After a hard fought home team season, the Cosmonaughties emerged victorious to take home their first Fez Cup win, defeating the Wicked Pissahs. Third place went to the Nutcrackers in their first win of the season. Defending champions the Horrors
The Wicked Pissahs faced off against the Nutcrackers in their last bout of the home team season on December 14th. After a hard-fought game, the Pissahs took home the win.
In October the Wicked Pissahs narrowly beat the Arkham Horrors, and the Cosmonaughties trounced the Nutcrackers.
What a double header! On September 13th Horrors took on the Nutcrackers, and the Cosmonaughties went up against the Wicked Pissahs. The Horrors and the Cosmos went home victorious.
Ten points decided the outcome of the Boston Derby Dames home season opener, Wicked Pissahs vs. the Nutcrackers. Both teams smashed their way through this killer bout, but the Nutcrackers came out on top, with a final score of 227-217.
On August 2nd the Cosmonaughties faced the Arkham Horrors to settle the score from last year’s Championship bout.