Retiring Daughters of Mayhem skipper Tracey Walsh (right) receives a farewell hug from team mates Leisa McInnes and Taylor Robson.
Retiring Daughters of Mayhem skipper Tracey Walsh (right) receives a farewell hug from team mates Leisa McInnes and Taylor Robson.

Daughters of Mayhem destined to roll on without their Trace

COFFS Coast Derby Dolls cap off a hugely successful 2014 season at Sportz Central tonight.

A final bout for the year will take place between the Coffs Harbour women in the Daughters of Mayhem and visitors Team Lightning, pride of Paradise City Roller Derby from the Gold Coast.

It will be the grand finale for Daughters of Mayhem captain Tracey 'Without A Trace' Walsh who is retiring from competitive roller derby after succumbing to an injury suffered earlier in the year.

Tracey has co-captained the team since 2012 and is incredibly proud of what has been achieved.

"The team has come so far this year," Tracey said.

"We've played some incredibly experienced and talented teams and have matched their performance in defensive blocking and fast jamming.

"Our success at the Eastern Regional tournament where we won our division really cemented the direction we are headed in for 2015.

 

"I can't wait to see what we can do against Team Lightning in my last bout." The venue opens at 5.30pm tonight with tickets at the door.



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