Latest Bout:
2/23/2020 Cornfed 150 vs Burning River 169

Latest Bout:
2/23/2020 Cornfed 150 vs Burning River 169

Anyone out there interested in becoming a referee or non-skating official for BRRG?  Well, you are in luck!  Here are the details.   Also – ignore the beautiful skaters in this slideshow and focus on those in the black and white stripes and those standing on the inner ring of the track.  They are the ones who matter in this post!


For referees:

This is a skating position, you will be expected to attend regular league practices and become a competent skater. Current policies are that you attend 4 practices a month (once a week), the monthly league meeting, and all scrimmages you can.

Practice times:

Sunday 10-noon

Wednesday evening 7:30-9:30

Thursday evening 6:30-8:30

Scrimmages would be a couple times a month during one of these practice times. You will also be required to attend league meetings which happen on

quad skates or inline skates of a quality fit for regular athletic practice,

a helmet

knee pads, elbow pads, wrist guards, and a pea-less whistle (Fox 40 recommended).

A mouth guard is also recommended if you want to get the full benefit from practice.

Primary health insurance is a requirement to practice with the league as well as purchase the leagues secondary insurance which is around $50 per year. We also require a copy of your identification and to have a signed waiver and medical form on file with us.
For non-skating officials:

These positions are the awesome people that assist with the running of a bout: scorekeepers, penalty trackers, and a host of other jobs that people who love sports statistics enjoy. We will have a crew that will be trained to handle the primary positions required that will need to attend the scrimmages mentioned above as well as the league meeting and a secondary crew of stats people for the bouts only. No other equipment is required, just your time and effort.

You can also read up on life as a non-skating official here.

Those interested should email