State Representative Teams

Under 18 Squad

Ultimate Victoria have entered teams into the Australian Youth Ultimate Championships (AYUC) since the AFDA first ran it in 2013. From 2013 until 2022 it was a separate gender event. The U18 Boy’s team were called the ‘Bandicoots’ and the U18 Girl’s team were called the ‘Blaze’. In 2023 it was turned into a mixed gender event, and Victoria sent two teams – the Echidnas and the Geckos.

Unfortunately the Australian Youth Ultimate Championships will not be going ahead in 2024 due to insufficient teams committed to entering. Ultimate Victoria will be conducting an Under 18s mixed gender program that will culminate in attendance at an alternative event in Victoria in the July school holidays.

To be eligible for U18 squad in 2024, you must have been born in 2006 or later.

Most squad members began playing in the last 1-2 years, so you’ll be playing with people who are also starting out. There’s no special gear or uniform to buy first, you can just turn up in whatever you are comfortable wearing. Our friendly coaches will teach you how to play, even if you’ve never thrown a frisbee before.

History of Victoria at Australian Youth Ultimate Championships

Echindas (Mixed)

2023 4th place

Geckos (Mixed)

2023 5th place

Highlights from the 2023 Victorian U18 teams at 2023 AYUC

Bandicoots (Boys)

2022 Runners Up
2020 & 2021 – no event due to COVID-19 pandemic
2019 Runners Up
2018 Runners Up
2017 Champions and Spirit Champions
2016 Champions
2015 Runners Up and Spirit Champions
2014 3rd place
2013 3rd place

Blaze (Girls)

2022 Runners Up
2020 & 2021 – no event due to COVID-19 pandemic
2019 Third Place
2018 Champions
2017 Runners Up
2016 3rd place
2015 3rd place and Spirit Champions
2014 no event
2013 Champions

Visit our Youtube channel to see our teams in action at previous AYUC events

2013 Bandicoots

2013 Bandicoots

2013 Blaze

2013 Blaze

2014 Bandicoots

2014 Bandicoots

2015 Bandicoots

2015 Bandicoots

2015 Blaze

2015 Blaze

2016 Bandicoots

2016 Bandicoots

2016 Blaze

2016 Blaze


Victorian U18 teams at the 2018 Australian Youth Ultimate Championships in Adelaide (Photo credit: Greta Murdoch)

Under 22 Teams

Ultimate Victoria have entered teams into the Australian Under 22 Ultimate Championships (AU22UC) since the AFDA first ran it in 2016.

UV has four Under 22 teams

  • Victoria Leadbeater Possums (Open Division)
  • Victoria Weedy Seadragons (Women’s Division)
  • Victoria Metropolitan Blue Devils (Mixed Division)
  • Victoria Country & Tasmania Greater Bilbies (Mixed Division)

Unfortunately due to a lack of teams from other states, the U22 program will not go ahead in 2024.

History of Victoria at AU22UC

Leadbeater Possums

2023 no Open division at AU22UC
2022 Runners Up
2020 & 2021 – no event due to COVID-19 pandemic
2019 Runners Up
2018 4th place
2017 Champions
2016 4th place

Weedy Seadragons

2023 no Women’s division at AU22UC
2022 Champions
2020 & 2021 – no event due to COVID-19 pandemic
2019 Runners Up
2018 3rd place and Spirit Champions
2017 5th place
2016 Runners Up and Spirit Champions

Blue Devils

2023 Runners Up
2022 4th place and Spirit Champions
2020 & 2021 – no event due to COVID-19 pandemic
2019 3rd place and Spirit Champions
2018 4th place and Spirit Champions
2017 3rd place and Spirit Champions
2016 4th place

Greater Bilbies

2023 4th place
2022 5th place
2020 & 2021 – no event due to COVID-19 pandemic
2019 4th place

Victorian U22 teams at the 2019 Australian Under 22 Ultimate Championships in Canberra (Photo credit: Rayne Chew)

Visit our Youtube channel to see our teams in action at previous AU22UC events