Regiment is seeking expressions of interest from any male-matching players in the province who are interested in playing competitive ultimate.
Regiment is the province’s travelling open club team. The squad has plans to compete in at least three out-of-province tournaments in the 2019 season.
Due to high anticipated numbers, interested players are asked to complete this form if they are interested in joining the team. If there is sufficient interest, a second team may be organized to participate in a recreational tournament this summer
The deadline to express interest in Regiment is Sunday, April 14. Click here for more information and to express your interest in playing.
Congratulations to Regiment on its highest finish in a national-level tournament recently!
The province’s travelling open division team, made up of players from UNL, placed sixth at No Borders, July 21-22 in Ottawa. It was Regiment’s first tournament of the competitive season.
Key highlights for Regiment included wins over NSOM, the 2017 Masters Open winner, and Grand Trunk, 2016 CUC champs, and taking Phoenix, the eventual tournament winner (for the eighth time!), to universe point.
Regiment was seeded eighth out of 23 teams going into the tournament.
Day 1 recap:
Regiment (6) vs. Quake (Quebec City) (13)
Regiment (11) vs. Phoenix (Ottawa) (12)
Regiment (10) vs. U20 Team Canada (12)
Regiment (12) vs. NSOM (Montreal) (10)
Day 2 recap:
Regiment (10) vs. Houndd (Durham) (12)
Regiment (13) vs. Grand Trunk (Toronto) (10)
Regiment (10) vs. Quake (12)
Regiment took 17 players to No Borders, including rookies Robbie Flemming and Brody McKeown. The team is captained by Nick House, Craig Stoyles and Paolo Mascarin with Luke Dyer as spirit captain.
2017 marks the first time that NL has ever sent two teams to the national Canadian Ultimate Championships. This is a milestone that reflects the hard work of players and volunteers to grow the sport of ultimate frisbee in this province.
Tempest finished 1-1 on day 2 and 1-1 on day 3 to settle into 14th overall, finishing with our original ranking. This was Tempest’s first ever nationals and it won’t be their last!
Regiment finished off the Canadian Ultimate Championships in a strong fashion, winning both games easily to claim 13th spot. Unfortunately the weather forced the cancellation of the 9-12 bracket games. None the less a great first CUCs for the newly formed men’s team! Highlight: Regiment tied for most spirit points in the tournament!