Self-officiation is a key element of Ultimate, and Game Advisors and Line Assistants can be a useful tool to assist players to self-officiate as best as possible, and to help better present the game for spectators.
Read more to learn how you can become involved in a Game Support role at the upcoming Australian Ultimate Championships.
The 2024 Victorian Ultimate Championships were held on February 10th and 11th at Epsom Huntly Recreation Reserve in Bendigo. 23 teams and over 400 players took part in the event.
Congratulations to the Geelong Mudlarks, winners of the Normand Brothers Shield, and to Ellipsis Pilcrow, winners of the Colliver Shield.
Ultimate Victoria is calling for applications for coaching roles with Under 18 teams, and player leadership roles with the Masters teams for 2024. The teams will be preparing to compete at the Australian Youth Ultimate Championships and Australian Masters Ultimate Championships later this year.
UV is also providing an update on our Under 22 program for 2024.
The Southern Stars program, which brought together women from regional and interstate clubs without a full team of their own, competed at the Victorian Ultimate Championships and Australian Division II Ultimate Championships in 2023. The program returns in 2024 and is welcoming all players and clubs who want to be involved.
Ultimate Victoria, in partnership with Flik Ultimate, is proud to launch Breakthrough, a new program supporting women in entering coaching and leadership roles in the sport throughout the state. Women enrolling in the program will receive subsidised coach accreditation training, kitbags, online resources, and ongoing mentoring and support as they embark on leadership roles.
Over 300 players descended on Albert Park last weekend to play in three different events. Read on to see the winners of each event!