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Roller Derby in Parksville

Open space came at a cost as the Harbour City Rollers and the Undead Heart Throbs squared off in roller derby action paying a special visit to Parksville over the long weekend. The Rollers beat the Heart Throbs 232 to 117, entertaining the crowd at Oceanside Place with the fast paced, physical action Saturday night. - Tyson Taylor Photo
Open space came at a cost as the Harbour City Rollers and the Undead Heart Throbs squared off in roller derby action paying a special visit to Parksville over the long weekend. The Rollers beat the Heart Throbs 232 to 117, entertaining the crowd at Oceanside Place with the fast paced, physical action Saturday night.
— image credit: Tyson Taylor Photo

Open space came at a cost as the Harbour City Rollers and the Undead Heart Throbs squared off in roller derby action paying a special visit to Parksville over the long weekend. The Rollers beat the Heart Throbs 232 to 117, entertaining the crowd at Oceanside Place with the fast paced, physical action Saturday night.

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