Kristi Coleman tries her hand as a Rollergirl

FOX 8 photo
FOX 8 photo

The Big Easy Rollergirls are off to their first playoff game today in Duluth, Minnesota.

The league is made up of women who range from mothers, to doctors, to bartenders. None of the players get paid. They do it all in their spare time practicing for about two to three hours a day for up to four times out of the week.

Home games for the girls are filled with fun including rolling Evli, and cheerleaders which Harmaknee describes as amazing.

For more information about The Big Easy Rollergirls and upcoming tryouts October 1, visit

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