The only real "PRO" league in the UK. Your team wins £50 pounds with every win. Four game guarantee.
Win 'em all and your team gets £350.
It doesn't get any better than this" We are still working on a final date so as not to conflict with other dates. E-mail us and we will keep you in the loop. firstname.lastname@example.org
We are still working on a final date but to should be late April. That will give you a month to organize your trip to America for a shot at $10,000. INFO: email@example.com
TO HEAD MLRH...
MLRH Founder and President Bill Raue has
returned to head Major League Roller Hockey.
Raue, who created the league and Roller Hockey TV stated that he felt he needed to
be more actively involved with day-to-day operations while admitting that his move to England, while great for his personal life, was
not a good thing for the league.
"After several great years, 2015 was a terrible year for MLRH," Raue stated. "The good news is that we have got our MOJO back
and the world-wide enthusiasm is very exciting. Our new prize money payoff is
unlike anything ever seen in the sport and
players are telling me they are excited as well.
Further, our qualifying tournaments have created
a buzz - We are playing world-wide and often in very exotic places. I have always said that MLRH was about more than just roller hockey - it is almost a lifestyle with the opportunity to travel, play hockey
and be a part of a world-wide hockey community,"
Raue invites players and teams to contact him at:
firstname.lastname@example.org to share ideas to make the sport
and MLRH even better.
Bill Raue has been around the hockey world
for several decades...click to learn more about Bill
MICK PAYNE TO
HEAD MLRH UK...
Mick Payne, a long time supporter of MLRH
and boss man of the Leicester Dragons will
be taking an active part in running MLRH Europe and UK.
YOUR SPORT, YOUR SHOW!
Check out Roller Hockey TV. Lisa Cook and "Fireman Mike" stage roller hockey game in Washington, DC in front of the White House.
It's the Republicans vs. the Democrats for Roller Hockey "Braggin' Rights" in the nation's capital.