Posts in category MAUL
Here’s your monthly update on all the Leagues in St. John’s!
Mile Zero Ultimate: Unsurprisingly, Fellowship of Awesome is still at the top of the league. And as always, the league is filled with some teams that have fantastic names! Full standings can be found here at any time:
St. John’s Women’s Ultimate Recreational League: There is a single team that is dominating the competition in SWURL’s Summer League – Team Blue. To check out the stats, head here:
Men’s Avalon Ultimate League: MAUL has seen a lot of fierce competition this summer. Currently in first place is Stack Overflow, but Attache ta Tuque! has the same record, and a point differential only four lower than the current leader. Here’s all the details:
Regiment, the Open team that went to No Borders in Ottawa as NL’s representative, had a pretty good weekend. They went in to the tournament seeded 11th, and ended up placing 9th overall, meaning they won the lower bracket, and the Sean Green Memorial Cup was awarded to Regiment! I don’t think it’s much of a stretch to say that with a record of 5-1 at this tournament, they will likely be seeded higher next year, and could easily find themselves in the top 8 bracket! Additionally, Regiment has been given free entry to the tournament next year. Way to go guys!
MAUL Quidi Vidi Brewery Summer League registration is now open! Games are all going to be played on Monday evenings at Bowring Park. The first games happen on June 19th. Sign up using the link below while there’s still room!
Short term pains for long term gains! Ultimate NL will now be collecting our own PSO fees rather than having the individual leagues collect them and then forward them along to Ultimate NL. We have also adjusted our membership fees to be $30 starting in the summer and $15 in January.
Ultimate NL is the Provincial Sport Organization (PSO) for Ultimate in our province. Ultimate NL’s mandate is to promote the growth and development of the sport of ultimate throughout Newfoundland and Labrador and membership fees help us work toward achieving our goals. For more details on membership fees please visit the Ultimate NL website membership link.
The process is changing for a few reasons and we hope that this transition will have minimal impact on you, the membership. By collecting our own fees, Ultimate NL can maintain an up-to-date record of membership, there is more consistency keeping track between leagues and youth are more easily integrated into both the youth programs and the other leagues.
Ultimate NL fees have also changed. The Ultimate NL membership is from June 1st to May 31st. Previously Ultimate NL was on a tapering system of $30 in June, $20 in September and $10 in January. This has now been altered to $30 in June and $15 in January.
For those members that have registered on the Ultimate NL website, you will already have a registration and password. For those that have not, you will need to set up a new registration. Ultimate NL membership will need to be paid before playing in any of our affiliated leagues (i.e. MZU, SWURL or MAUL). The membership fee is a one-time a year fee and you can play in multiple leagues and tournaments once this membership is paid.
If you have any questions regarding any of this or registration, please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Each team in MAUL has now played four games in the current 5-on-5 league. There is very clearly a top half and a bottom half of the league at this point, with Ramparts remaining the only undefeated team, and Cataracts still searching for their first win. Even though Cataracts have yet to make it into the Wins column, they’re still averaging just under 15 points per game, while only allowing just under 19 points per game, which means that the games tend to be pretty close.
Men’s Avalon Ultimate League recently opened registration for their next league, and managed to fully fill it faster than any league they have ever hosted before! By giving players who had never played MAUL before a 20% discount on the league, more than 20% of the league’s roster spots were filled by people who are new to the men’s league!
If you would like to sub for some games, you should sign up for the MAUL sub-list (link below).
Team Scotto! won the 2017 Maul 4×4 Champions. Myles Dooley was the MVP of the final game. Kenny Budgell finished first in regular season MVP voting and Zach Baker was voted most spirited player of the season. Congrats to all parties!