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The 2018 Western Regionals was held at John XXIII, Mount Claremont on the weekend of 24-25th February. Congratulations to all of our winners across the Women's and Open divisions.
This event is the WA State Ultimate Championship event that has been running in it's current form since 2007. It is also the recognised qualification tournament for teams wishing to compete at the Australian Ultimate Championships or for those teams heading to Division II Australian Ultimate Championships.
The Schools Coaching Program (SCP) is a new initiative run by WA Ultimate to teach and upskill new coaches. The accreditation will prepare coaches to implement Ultimate lessons to student players in a primary and high school environment.
CONGRATULATIONS to our 2017 WA Flying Disc Association Award Winners.
For the 2017 Edition, it was decided that the annual awards will be presented via our website rather than hosting an awards event.
Western Regionals is the WA State Ultimate Championships. This event has been running in it's current form since 2007. This is WA's separate gender event and is also the recognised qualification tournament for teams wishing to compete at the Australian Ultimate Championships Division One and Two.
Done and DUST.ED – that’s how everyone left the fields on Sunday after a long weekend of ultimate.
Perth Ultimate League 64 (PUL64) will not be commencing in 2017. There are two key factors that have caused this change. Firstly, feedback received last year indicated that running a league over the Christmas/Holiday/New Year period made it difficult for teams to recruit and field sufficient players to participate. This was also reflected in the number of teams participating.