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About us

Toowoomba City Rollers Inc. (TCR) was formed in 2009 by a small group of women hell-bent on bringing roller derby to Toowoomba. After many setbacks in securing a training venue, we finally began regular training sessions at the Toowoomba Showgrounds in late 2009. 

In 2013,TCR moved training to our current venue; the Gowrie Junction Progress Association Hall in Gowrie Junction. Since that time we have enjoyed an increase in membership, added mixed gender and junior representative teams, and are actively working to establish a permanent men’s team as part of the TCR family.

TCR is a not-for-profit Incorporated Association run for the members, by the members. We operate solely due to the countless volunteer hours contributed by our members and supporters, and all TCR members are expected to contribute to league operations through volunteerism.

TCR is an inclusive league that does not accept discrimination or harassment of any kind. We welcome everyone from every walk of life, and support all individual aspirations and levels of participation! Our league ethos is “Teamwork, Courage, Respect” – and everything we do revolves around these ideas. League members are expected to foster and support this ethos at all times, both inside the league and in the wider community when representing TCR. We are a community who cares about its’ members and believes in the positive benefits active involvement and having fun.

Since 2017, TCR has been a Junior Roller Derby Association affiliate league. We are heavily invested in growing not just the roller derby skills, but leadership, confidence and empowerment of our young people, and those in the community. We regularly host open junior events and clinics, and believe strongly that investing in the wider junior derby community is imperative to the development of our sport.

Our structure

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Beginner sessions and team training with the Range Rascals for competitive bouts. Skaters begin as Junior Fresh Meat and assess into teams to ensure appropriate skill and safety.
Fresh Meat
Focus on skating skills and safety, must pass WFTDA Minimum Skills assessment to progress from this level. Minimum 8 weeks training with group assessment following this period. May complete Fresh Meat as many times as required to pass (and it’s perfectly okay to take a few tries!).
Focus on skating skills, game knowledge and reffing skills. Dedicated refs progress to this level straight from FM and do not need to complete Level 1 and 2. Referee-specific training occurs predominantly during Team skater scrimmage each week.
Non-Skating Officials are individually fostered and do not need to complete any skating training if they aren’t interested in that side of roller derby. NSO training occurs predominantly during Team skater scrimmage each week.
Team Skaters
Range Renegades (female only), Quad Squad (mixed gender), Range Rascals (Junior mixed gender) or men’s team (coming soon!). Focus on playing roller derby, improving derby skills, team work and knowledge of the game.

Good Sports

We are a Good Sports club


Sporting clubs such as ours play a significant role in the community and have a responsibility to our members and their families. We have chosen to join over 7000 clubs across Australia taking part in the Good Sports program. Through Good Sports we are committed to managing alcohol responsibly and ensuring smoke free areas, which we believe will help us to provide a healthy, safe and family friendly environment.  Together, we are helping inspire a healthier sporting nation.


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