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Rolling with the Ladies of the Central Arkansas Roller Derby

MacEvil Ellie, Brawly Pop and Borracha Cha tell us about the team that is always rolling in the name of charity.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Roller derbies were more popular decades ago, but they're still around.

The Central Arkansas Roller Derby is 7 years old. The team typically plays about one game (bout) per month, either home or away. Their games always benefit a local charity from Goodwill to the Humane Society to Our House.

The ladies of the derby can also be found volunteering at local events around town: Cornbread festival, dog washes, giving presentations at schools about the benefits of being active and playing a sport.

The Central Arkansas Roller Derby is a league of well-rounded, caring mothers, daughters and sisters who also happen to like the fun, challenge and intensity of roller derby.

MacEvil Ellie, Brawly Pop and Borracha Cha joined Mallory Brooks on KARK 4 News at Noon today.

Their bios:
MacEvil Ellie: Has been bouting for two years. Mom of three young children who have yet to see her play. Writer and editor for local website, Bourbon & Boots.

Brawly Pop: Playing for about 5 years. Solid blocker. Works as a graphic designer at Arkansas Business Publishing Group. Assistant manager for the league.

Borracha Cha: Former player, now referee. Has worked as a teacher in the local school system.

Click here to follow the ladies of the Central Arkansas Roller Derby on Facebook.
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