Presenting "Malice In Derbyland" - Newschannel 6 Now | Wichita Falls, TX

Presenting "Malice In Derbyland"

The Wichita Falls Derby Dames present "Malice In Derbyland!" It's an upcoming sporting event to promote the team, but to also benefit a great cause.

The upcoming bout is Saturday, October 19 at the Roller Plex Skate Center in Wichita Falls. It is located at 4131 Southwest Parkway. Doors open at 7 p.m. Bouts begin 30 minutes later.

The night's first bout will be a women's mash-up. The second bout is a co-ed mash-up.

Members of the Wichita Falls Derby Dames told Newschannel 6 the bouts are family-friendly, so everyone is invited to attend.

Tickets to "Malice In Derbyland" are $10 in advance, and $12 at the door. Skaters will also pay $10 to participate per bout. The money raised benefits Gabriell. Gabriell is a four-year-old Texoma boy who has autism. Wichita Falls Derby Dames are coming together to raise money so Gabriell can receive a service dog.

Cara Thomas and Marie Alaniz, two Wichita Falls Derby Dames, were guests on Newschannel 6 at Noon Friday to promote the upcoming event. To learn more about it, play the interview above.

For additional information, visit www.WFDerbyDames.com.

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