Skip to main content

The ultimate elimination challenge

Get ready for a new, fun tournament to kick off the summer ultimate season!

Ultimate Newfoundland and Labrador will hold its first elimination 8s (Elimin8s)-style tournament on Saturday, June 8.

In Elimin8s, each team begins with eight players on the field. However, every time they score a point, they lose a player! The first team to score with only two players on the field wins. Because the scoring team is handicapped with each point they score, blowouts are uncommon and games usually come down to the wire.

Teams are allowed to make substitutions between points, and gender balance is maintained at all times.

For more information about Elimin8s-style ultimate, click here.

Format: Build It Yourself

  • Build your own team of eight to 12 players.
  • Teams may have a minimum of eight players if they commit to not forfeiting any games.
  • A maximum of 12 players per team is permitted.
  • Individuals may register and be assigned to a team that the board will build. (Details coming soon.)

Tournament Details:

  • Date: Saturday, June 8
  • Time: 10 a.m. -5 p.m.*
  • Location: Bowring Park
  • Ages: 16+
  • *There will be a one-hour break during the tournament to accommodate the Art Hawkins Great Canadian Ultimate Game.

Fees & Registration:

Register here.

Holy Heart claims 2019 senior high banner

Holy Heart of Mary High School. Photo credit: Trevor Wragg.

Holy Heart of Mary’s senior squad narrowly defeated Holy Spirit High 14-12 to win its second provincial ultimate title on May 5.

Both teams were undefeated leading up to the championship game of Ultimate Newfoundland and Labrador’s 2019 Senior High Provincial Championships.

In the third-place game, Mount Pearl Senior High A defeated St. Bonaventure’s College by a score of 16-11. MPSH A was also named the tournament’s most spirited team.

Thirteen teams representing nine schools took part in the tournament. The final standings were:

  • 1st: Holy Heart of Mary High School (senior), St. John’s
  • 2nd: Holy Spirit High School, Conception Bay South
  • 3rd: Mount Pearl Senior High A, Mount Pearl
  • 4th: St. Bonaventure’s College, St. John’s
  • 5th: Queen Elizabeth Regional High School, Foxtrap
  • 6th: Gonzaga Regional High School, St. John’s
  • 7th: Dunne Memorial Academy, St. Mary’s
  • 8th: Holy Heart of Mary High School (junior)
  • 9th: Laval High School Gold, Placentia
  • 10th: Laval High School Red
  • 11th: Mount Pearl Senior High B
  • 12th: Roncalli Central High School A, Avondale
  • 13th: Roncalli B

“We’re really excited to have seen the calibre of play demonstrated at our tournament this year,” said Ultimate NL president, Nick House. “Four different schools have won ultimate tournaments this year, which tells us that ultimate is growing – both in the number of students playing and in the skills they are developing. It’s an exciting time for our sport!

“Congratulations to Holy Heart and Holy Spirit on a highly skilled and spirited final,” added House. “I’d like to thank all the students who played really hard, their coaches for leading their teams over the past few months, and all of the volunteers who help make this tournament special each year. We couldn’t do it without you!”

Ultimate NL’s junior high tournament will be held May 25-26 and the elementary tournament on June 2. Questions may be directed to schools@ultimatenl.ca

Our provincial tournaments are sponsored by Veterinary Specialty Centre of Newfoundland and Labrador.

Inaugural tournament success

Participants in Ultimate NL’s first 4-on-4 tournament.

Ultimate NL’s inaugural Gale 4s tournament was an awesome success!

Nearly 60 players comprising 6 teams competed in the one-day, four-on-four co-ed tournament held on April 20. Congratulations to Just Go Four It on its first-place finish!

Results:

  • 1st – Just Go Four It
  • 2nd – 4th Wheels
  • 3rd – Fourever Young
  • 4th – Fab Four
  • 5th – Four Fathers
  • 6th – Fantastic Four

Date set for Salmon Cove tournament

The Salmon Cove Sands Beach Ultimate Tournament will be held on July 6, 2019.

The 2019 Salmon Cove Sands Beach Ultimate Tournament is back!

Held in beautiful Salmon Cove, just an hour from St. John’s, this one-day beach ultimate tournament will be held on Saturday, July 6. If the forecast is unfavourable, the tournament will go ahead on Sunday, July 7.

The tournament is open to all skill levels, and players may register as a team or an individual. Teams get a full day of ultimate, a great communal meal and a camping spot nearby the beach.

Team bids will open on May 1! The deadline for team bids is Friday, June 7. Captains may submit a team bid here.

Individual players or small groups may fill out this matchmaking form to be added to a team.

See you on the beach!

Regiment seeks players for 2019 season

Regiment at the Canadian Ultimate Championships in 2018.
Regiment at the Canadian Ultimate Championships in 2018.

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.

New 4×4 tournament

We’re pleased to launch our first four-on-four ultimate tournament this spring!

This one-day co-ed tournament will be held on Saturday, April 20 from 10:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m. at the Techniplex in St. John’s.

Players may register solo, in pairs or in groups of three or four (groups of four are preferred). Groups of four must have a 2:2 gender matching ratio (two female-matching and two male-matching players). Teams will be built by the board.

The cost is $30. Open to ages 16 and up.

Register now for this fun day of ultimate!

Holiday Huckfest

Team members from Naughty List and Holly Jolly's pose for a group photo at Ultimate NL's 2018 Huckfest.
Naughty List (in red) faced Holly Jolly’s in the final of Huckfest.

Ultimate NL’s annual holiday tournament, Huckfest, was a resounding success with 60 players taking part on Dec. 27.

The turnout made it was one of the largest Huckfests to date. The annual, fun holiday tournament saw participants don their finest green and red apparel to celebrate the holiday season in ultimate style.

The final saw Naughty List defeat Holly Jolly’s to take the 2018 Huckfest title.

Thank you to everyone who took part! If you have feedback on the tournament, please contact events director Erin Daly at tournaments@ultimatenl.ca.

Register now for 2018 Huckfest

Ultimate Newfoundland and Labrador presents Huskfest on Dec. 27.

Registration for Ultimate NL’s holiday Huckfest tournament is now live!

Register here

Join the Facebook event

Huckfest is a co-ed 5-on-5 tournament that will take place on Dec. 27 from 5-10 p.m. at the Techniplex. The cost is $40 for five hours of turkey-burning, cookie-cleansing fun!

This year, we’re aiming for equal numbers of male and female players to alternate gender ratios each half (i.e. the first half will be 3:2 of one gender and the second half will be 3:2 for the other gender). This will depend on the number of registrants for each gender  and we’ll notify participants of changes prior to the tournament in the Facebook event.

See you there!

Holiday Huskfest: save the date

Ultimate Newfoundland and Labrador presents Huskfest on Dec. 27.

Ultimate NL’s turkey-burning, cookie-cleansing HuckFest ultimate tournament is back for another year!

Save the date for this mixed, five-on-five hat tournament from 5-10 p.m. on Dec. 27 at the Techniplex.

Registration will open on Nov. 23. Get all the details here and sign up to receive notification when registration goes live.

MUTT earns best finish at CUUC

The Memorial Ultimate Touring Team at the 2018 Canadian University Ultimate Championships (CUUC).

The Memorial Ultimate Touring Team at the 2018 Canadian University Ultimate Championships (CUUC).

The Memorial Ultimate Touring Team (MUTT) earned its best-ever finish at the Canadian University Ultimate Championships (CUUC) in Brampton, ON from Oct. 12-14.

Nineteen players took part in the open division, where they finished ninth overall with a 6-3 record in CUUC’s tier two (the top eight teams compete in tier one). MUTT also placed second in spirit.

It’s the sixth year MUTT has participated in the tournament.

Results:

Day 1:

  • Memorial vs. Western (W 9-5)
  • Memorial vs. Waterloo A (L 8-11)
  • Memorial vs. York (W 15-4)

Day 2:

  • Memorial vs. McMaster B (W 15-2)
  • Memorial vs. Algonquin (L 7-9)
  • Memorial vs. Laval A (L 6-15)
  • Memorial vs. Sherbrooke A (W 11-10)

Day 3:

  • Memorial vs. Winnipeg (W 12-10)
  • Memorial vs. UQAM (W 8-0)

This was the last CUUC for four players: Benjamin Dowden, Colin McDonell, Kurtis Thornhill and Luke Dyer. Dyer has captained the squad for the past four years.

Congratulations, MUTT!