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Hogtown Roller Derby Jr. has a training session twice a year

Fall (September) and Winter (January) sessions.

The next Juniors 101 program will be

September 2024 and January 2025

 Saturdays 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Cost: $180 + $50 insurance

e-transfer to

Bishop Marrocco Thomas Merton High School, 
1515 Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario - 4th floor


Hogtown Roller Derby  Juniors is dedicated to bringing the exciting sport of roller derby to girls and boys 9 to 17 years old. We are providing opportunities for skaters of all skill levels to learn and play in a fun, safe and supportive environment.


Because roller derby is considered an extreme youth sport, HogtownRD  Jr. prioritizes in safety, with mandated protective equipment and high training standards for coaches and volunteers. HogtownRD Jr. aims to empower our skaters by bringing together kids from diverse communities and helping develop their self-confidence, leadership skills, healthy decision-making, athleticism and overall fitness.

Must of all to have FUN!

( for the insurance please visit

click on Jr. roller derby and read the instructions)

The Program

101 Training




Every week the participant will learn new skills like: skating, cross overs, how to fall properly, transition, jumping, stopping, working together in a pack and so much more.

Skaters who have completed the 101 Training program become part of the Jawbreaker team and are cleared by our coaching staff to move to Level 1. In Level 1, skaters continue to refine their basic skating skills and practice non-contact roller derby.

In level 2, players move their skills to the next phase, positional blocking with gentle contact. Players work on their skills during practises and start learning Roller Derby game strategies drills.

In level 3 the players are allowed to make full contact. With safety first the players push their skills to the max. Once the player reaches age 18 they move into the adult league.

The Gear

Illustrations of quad roller skate, a mouthguard and wrist guards
Illustration of knee pads, helmet and elbow pads.

Check out FAQ for more gear information (question5)

Where to get gear:

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