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Done and DUST.ED – that’s how everyone left the fields on Sunday after a long weekend of ultimate.
The WAFDA are calling for nominations for the 2017 WAFDA Awards. The WAFDA Awards recognise those who have contributed significantly to to growth and development of WA Flying Disc Sports. The focus is for both on-field and off-field efforts, and for those people who put in so much effort behind the scenes.
The annual awards will be presented via our website throughout the month of December.
The 2017 Australian Under 22 Ultimate Championships has been run for it's second year. 17 teams came from around Australia competed across three divisions and the peak event held at Eric Mobbs Reserve in Castle Hill, NSW. Western Australia sent three teams; Women's, Men's and Mixed, here's how they went..
The Annual WA Beach Ultimate State Championships are here for a second year and in 2017 will be hosted by Kaos Ultimate Club.
The successful bid to host the event came from Kaos Ultimate Club after WA Ultimate advertised for an event host.
The event will be held at City Beach on Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th December.
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.
The UWA Ultimate Club is proud to present this year’s Perth Ultimate Clinic, bringing in two of Australia's Elite coaches to Perth to share their knowledge and experience to our community.