About Us

Founded in April of 2011, the Renegade Derby Dames shared a vision of a league run for the skaters and by the skaters. With that goal in mind, we created a non-profit organization, based on democratic principles, operating as part of the larger derby community.  And now, we are proud to announce that we became a full member league of the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association in March of 2014, which means that we joined the ranks of 369 all-female, skater owned and operated leagues worldwide that have united to lead the sport of women's flat track roller derby. After successfully completing the WFTDA Apprentice Program, we can now enjoy the benefits of full WFTDA membership, including the ability to compete in sanctioned games that qualify for WFTDA ranking.

Our Charter Team, the Striking Vikings, will be facing off with some fierce opponents in 2016 as they represent our league in four WFTDA Sanctioned games against Forest City Roller Girls' Timber Rollers (London), Windsor's Border City Brawlers and the Greater Toronto Area's G-sTARs Other exciting bouts are lined up against Kingston's Disloyalists, Grey Bruce's Highland Dames, Stratford's Decapuletes, Wellington Roller Derby and the Niagara All Stars.  

Our B-Team, the Bombshell Battalion will also represent our league this season against Buffalo's Queen's Court, Wellington Roller Derby's Bloody Marys, Lindsay Roller Derby, South Simcoe's Boneyard Betties, Windsor's Canadian Clubbers, Greater Toronto Area's Derby Debutantes, Durham Region's Motor City Madames and Belleville's Bombshells.  

Our league will also be taking part in the Fresh & Furious Tournament in Toronto for new skaters, and look for us again in the Alliston Potato Parade this August.

The Renegade Derby Dames has also been involved in community outreach, providing fundraising support and donations to local charities.  Over the years, we have contributed to the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation for women's shelters and violence prevention, and we donated a Derby Girl For A Day package for the David Busby Centre Silent Auction to benefit the homeless.  With 50/50 draws at our bouts, we helped My Sisters Place raise money to support their work helping women and their children who have been victims of violence in the home.  Every Halloween, we have participated in the Trick-or-Eat Campaign, gathering over 1,000 pounds of non-perishable food items for the Good Shepherd Food Bank over the last three years, in addition to the food donations that we accept at every bout.  In 2013, we hosted a charity EradiSKATE Cancer tournament, raising over $2300 for Matthew’s House Hospice in Alliston.

Our Objectives
  • To promote the sport of Roller Derby in the Alliston area and throughout Canada.
  • To promote the importance of Roller Derby safety, standards, and athleticism.
  • To provide a positive and supportive environment for its members.
  • To encourage members to pursue their athletic and leadership potentials.
  • To promote teamwork, cooperation, camaraderie and good will amongst its members and with the larger Roller Derby community.
  • To promote health and endurance through safe skating practices.
  • To encourage members to have a hand in running the League.
  • To organize and manage family friendly bouts locally for its own teams as well as with other leagues or teams.
  • To provide a travel team to play bouts against other teams or leagues in other locations.
  • To operate as a non-profit corporation in a professional manner, abiding by all local and national laws and regulations.
  • To make charitable contributions of time, goods, or money to other non-profit organizations as deemed appropriate by the League.

*Please note that as of May 2013, the Misfit Militia is no longer associated with the Renegade Derby Dames.

Where We Practice

Alliston Memorial Arena