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Dunsborough Ultimate and Bunbury Ultimate Club are proud to be hosting a two day event this December! Head down south for a great social event to kick off your Christmas break.
When: 2nd - 3rd December 2017
Where: Dunsborough, WA
What: Saturday: Mixed Team Tournament, Kanjam and Social Event
Sunday: Ultimate skills workshop and a HAT tournament
Cost: $25.00 per player.
Lunch will be provided both days, music playing over the fields and a great vibe guaranteed!
STAY TUNED FOR DETAILS ABOUT REGISTRATION SOON!
Day 1 Saturday 2nd December
Mixed Team Tournament, Registration is capped at 8 teams! so get in quick.
The first game will be at 9:00am.
At the end of the days play, enjoy the DUST Party and a Kanjam tournament at the field's clubrooms.
Day 2 Sunday 3rd December
9:00am - 10:00am Ultimate Skills Workshop. We are hoping to get the local kids and new players interested by offering this for free to the community!
Interested in helping us run the workshop? Let us know! We are looking for a few experienced players to help with this.
10:30am - 3:00pm HAT Tournament.
Upon registration, players are to nominate their experience and preferred playing position.
At the end of the day, enjoy a free sausage sizzle provided.
Or there is plenty of accommodation available if you want to organise your own.
What is a HAT tournament?
Hat tournaments are common on the Ultimate scene. They are tournaments where players join individually rather than as a team. The tournament organisers form teams by randomly taking the names of the participants from a "hat". Teams are pulled out of a 'hat' but are balanced so that there are a range of players from beginners just starting to play through to experienced Ultimate players. Hat tournaments have a strong emphasis on having fun and meeting other players. Players of all levels take part in such events from world-class players to complete beginners.
If you have any questions, please contact the tournament organisers of DUST.
Charlotte - 0427 568 659
WA Ultimate are pleased to announce the 2017 Under-22 Western Australian State Teams, who will attend the 2017 Australian U22 Ultimate Championships.
Phoenix Has Risen 2017 has once again come and gone, with one of the best played finals we've seen in recent years.
Congratulations to Sublime who took home the championship title over Sublime Ultimate Club. Little Ray of Sunshine came away with the bronze with a win over Disc Graceful and Sublime were named Spirit of the Game Winners.
WA Ultimate are pleased to announce the appointment of the Under-22 Western Australian teams staff, who will manage and coach the State teams attending the 2017 Australian Under-22 Ultimate Championships.
The WAFDA are pleased to announce that Steve Baker has kindly offered to run Game Advisor and Line Assistant training at Phoenix Has Risen 2017. If you are interested in taking up this opportunity please complete the below form. Please note that if you are playing in this tournament it will not be possible to complete your training. If you can only attend one day of the tournament you can still complete part of your training, however you do need to attend the morning session at 8:45am before the day begins. Trainees will be provided with lunch, a whistle, a stopwatch, a score pad and a GA vest. Trainees should bring a yellow and green shirt along with them.
Please complete the google form here.
All EOI's must be received by 5pm Wednesday the 30th of August.
There are limited places so get your EOI's in quick!
WA Ultimate is calling for applications for Coaches, Managers and Athletes for the Under 22 WA State Men's, Women's and Mixed teams to attend the 2017 Australian Under-22 Ultimate Championships in Sydney, New South Wales from 24-26 November 2017.