Registrations for the 2017 Southern Region Ultimate Championships (SRUC) are now open.
Kelli Browne is the August 2016 UV Volunteer of the Month.
On Monday of this week I began my year 10 work experience. I began on Monday morning having half an idea what I was in for. I wasn’t all that familiar with everything Dan does.
Indoor Ultimate is a fun, fast variant of ultimate played on indoor netball or basketball courts. The Victorian Indoor Ultimate Championships are the yearly state championships for indoor ultimate, with plenty of five-a-side indoor fun.
The Victorian Mixed Ultimate Championships is Victoria’s premier Mixed Ultimate tournament. It is hosted yearly in August or September at various locations around Victoria and serves as both the yearly state championships and Victorian qualifiers for the Australian Mixed Ultimate Championships.
Ultimate Victoria runs two High School State Championships per year, one for students in years 10-12 in term 2 and one for students in years 7-9 in term 4.
The Sydney Melbourne Open (SMO), as the name suggests, is a tournament that alternates between Sydney and Melbourne. There is an “open” invite for all open and women’s teams from across Australia to attend and compete.
The Kings and Queens tournament is an annual event run by the Monash University Ultimate Club. It is usually held in Semester one and is open to anyone to play, regardless of experience or skill.
Early each year, Ballarat Ultimate Inc run the ‘Golden City Classic’ (or ‘GCC’ as it’s better known). It is the first tournament of the open/women’s season for most Victorian clubs. Tournament champions receive the greatest trophy in Australian ultimate, ‘The Golden Pan’.
Whilst not strictly a Victorian tournament, we do host it every second year. The Southern Regional Ultimate Championships (SRUC) is the qualification event for the National Championships.