Ultimate NL hosts a number of tournaments throughout the year which are independent of leagues. Keep yours eyes open for upcoming dates and announcements of these tournaments.
NUT (Newfoundland and Labrador Ultimate Tournament): NUT is a 7 on 7 mixed tournament that runs annual at the start of the summer season, at the end of May or the beginning of June. This tournament takes place on outdoor turf and is a team registration event. 2016 registration can be found here.
Gender Split: This is a chance to play in a single gender tournament but one the same day and same location. Gender Split is open and women’s and occurs over one day in late July. The tournament takes on a variety of formats depending on registration numbers. In may be “pods”, team registration or hat-style.
Toilet Bowl: Toilet Bowl is a mixed 5 on 5 hat tournament that takes in September where teams battle it out to win the coveted “Toilet Bowl” trophy to display proudly at work or on the fireplace mantle at home. Toilet Bowl is a tournament with a twist in that there are “implements” that replace the frisbee or another gimmick for a short period of time each game. Points scored with the implement/gimmick are worth 2 points.
Huckfest: The holiday cleansing tournament of the year. Huckfest is a 5 on 5 mixed hat tournament that takes place during the last week of December when, hopefully, many people are back in the province for a visit. It is a one-evening (5 hour) event that takes place at the indoor turf facility in St. John’s.
Senior High Provincial Tournament: Open to Senior High School Teams across the province, this tournament typically takes place in May. This is a team registration tournament.
Junior High Provincial Tournament: Open to Junior High School Ultimate Teams across the province, this tournament takes place at the end of April or in May. This is a team registration tournament.
Elementary School Tournament: This tournament is run in conjunction with the Junior High Provincial Tournament. It encourages elementary schools to put in teams for an afternoon of playing ultimate against other youth.