The 2021 Victorian Ultimate Championships were held on February 20th and 21st at Frog Hollow Reserve in Endeavour Hills. 13 teams and 241 players took part in the event.
Ultimate Victoria recently conducted a review of it’s volunteer positions, with a view to restructuring roles into subcommittees with varying degrees of contribution to the organisation’s decision making. Terms of reference documents have been prepared for each subcommittee and we are now inviting applications from members to join.
As we start to return to playing Ultimate in the coming weeks, we must do our best as a sport to keep each other and those in the community safe from the virus. UV asks all players to take the following actions to reduce the risk.
With leagues and tournaments resuming in the coming months, one of Ultimate Victoria’s COVID-19 safety requirements will be keep an accurate list of contact details for anyone playing.
To assist with this, we ask that all Ultimate Victoria members check their Ultimate Central membership profile and ensure their email address, mobile phone number and residential address are all up to date. This will save you time having to verify this with league and tournament administrators every time you play.
Read on for instructions on how to update your contact details on Ultimate Central.
Following the Victorian government’s recent update regarding restrictions on sport and recreation, the UV Return To Play Working Group has reviewed their guidelines for the sport of ultimate in Victoria.
The 2020 Annual General Meeting for Ultimate Victoria Inc. will take place on Thursday October 1st at 8pm (AEST).
The meeting will be held online via Zoom. A link to join will be shared via email to registered attendees approximately one hour prior to the meeting’s scheduled commencement time.
The formal portion of the AGM is expected to take 30-40 minutes. UV board members and staff will remain online for Q&A following the AGM.
Ultimate Victoria is seeking nominations from interested individuals to fill a Director position on the Board prior to the 2020 AGM in October.
Ultimate Victoria is looking ahead to 2021, and we want to encourage clubs to increase the number of girls and women playing ultimate. We are making available grants of up to $2,000 for new player focused programs to run next year. Read on for more details.