WFTDA South Central Regional Tournament

The WFTDA South Central Regional Tournament or WFTDA South Central Region Playoffs was one of four annual roller derby regional qualifying tournaments for the WFTDA Championships.

WFTDA South Central Regional Tournament
Tournament information
Month playedOctober
Current champion
Texas Rollergirls

The Tournament was organised by the Women's Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA). Full WFTDA members in the South Central Region were eligible for ranking, and the top ten leagues would qualify for the South Central Regional Tournament, with the top three finalists qualifying for the Championships. Together, the four qualifying tournaments and Championships were termed the "Big 5".[1] Starting with the 2013 WFTDA season, WFTDA's regions were discontinued in favor of an overall-rankings based system, and a new playoff format was created.


2009[2]25-27 SeptemberSouthern Fried SmackdownAtlanta, GeorgiaTexas RollergirlsKansas City Roller WarriorsHouston Roller Derby
2010[3]8-10 OctoberAmber Waves of PainLincoln, NebraskaKansas City Roller WarriorsTexas RollergirlsNashville Rollergirls
2011[4]30 September-2 OctoberShow Me Der-B-QKansas City, MissouriTexas RollergirlsKansas City Roller WarriorsNashville Rollergirls
2012[5]5-7 OctoberLandlocked Lace-upLincoln, NebraskaTexas RollergirlsAtlanta RollergirlsKansas City Roller Warriors

2009 Southern Fried Smackdown

On September 27, 2009, the Texas Rollergirls (Texecutioners) beat the Kansas City Roller Warriors 153-70 in the South Central championship bout. Houston Roller Derby (HaRD Knocks) defeated the Dallas Derby Devils 113-101 to take third place.[6]


  1. "WFTDA 2011 Big 5 Tournament Schedule Announced Archived 2011-10-05 at the Wayback Machine", WFTDA, 9 November 2010
  2. Southern Fried Smackdown, WFTDA
  3. Amber Waves of Pain, WFTDA
  4. Show Me Der-B-Q, WFTDA
  5. The Big 5 WFTDA Sponsored Tournaments Archived 2011-11-15 at the Wayback Machine, WFTDA
  6. Feelgood, Justice (2009-09-28). "South Central Regionals Capsule Recaps". Derby News Network. Retrieved 2011-10-30.
This article is issued from Wikipedia. The text is licensed under Creative Commons - Attribution - Sharealike. Additional terms may apply for the media files.