Whether you want to play competitive women’s flat track roller derby, support the sport by officiating or volunteering, Spindletop Roller Girls has a place for you.
TRY OUT Are you ready to play competitive women’s flat track roller derby? Find out when the next try out is and how you can prepare.
WRECK LEAGUE is a place for women to learn to play roller derby and build their skills while getting a great workout.
OFFICIATING The Spindletop Roller Girls Wildcatters Officials Crew in Beaumont works hard to provide tournament-level officiating for the local and visiting skaters.
VOLUNTEER Spindletop Roller Girls volunteers are a vital part of our league.
The Spindletop Roller Girls are so excited to have been a part of this event! Every penny of the over $2,500.00 that the Spindletop Roller Girls collected in donations from individuals and companies in SETX has been donated to The Julie Rogers “Gift of Life” Program, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization located in Beaumont, Texas that has funded nearly 23,000 free mammograms, more than 6,000 free prostate cancer screenings, and has conducted more than 700 educational outreach encounters since its inception, reaching 110,000 people.
We could not have helped this organization further its goals without the incredible support of our fans and extended derby community. Your generous donations and support are very much appreciated! Please donate with GO FUND ME.
Spindletop Roller Girls are proud to help out at the Hellcat Hoedown this weekend! The Hellcat Hoedown was a fundraiser for No Stone Left Un-Turned, an organization whose mission is to ensure that our fallen veterans have a headstone to mark their final resting place.
The Texas Rose Saloon hosted the fundraiser this past Saturday from 4-12pm. Plenty of greasers with glorious beards and staches and the hottest hellcats in Southeast Texas showed up to support this amazing cause.
The Spindletop Roller Girl season may be over for 2014 but when the invitiation from the Texas Rollergirls came to scrimmage they welcomed the practice. They enjoyed an afternoon of tough but fun roller derby. As much as they would have loved to invite some fans along it was a closed scrimmage.
The season may be over, but rest assured the Spindletop Roller Girls are still training hard and is looking forward to being back on the track for the 2015 season!
October is Rett’s Awareness Month, and Spindletop Roller Girls are sporting purple nail polish to help spread the word. Rett syndrome is a postnatal neurological disorder that occurs almost exclusively in girls. It is often misdiagnosed as autism and currently has no cure. It is the leading cause of severe impairment in girls yet the general public still doesn’t know about it.
Let’s change this! We need the world to embrace our children and help us turn Research into Reality for thousands diagnosed with Rett syndrome. Spindletop Roller Girls are happy to support this cause, and urge you to help you spread the word about Rett syndrome. This month is dedicated to raising awareness and it can only be done with YOU!