Registration is now open for the
Men’s Avalon Ultimate League (MAUL) indoor spring league.
Played in the familiar 5v5 speed point format, this league offers a fast-paced game that is friendly to newcomers. Great for both beginners and experienced players!
The league will run from March 21-May 16 with games at both 7:30 p.m. and 10 p.m.
Format: 5v5 speed point League capacity: 72 Team size: 12 Teams: 6 Cost: $100 (discounts are available for new players and referrals)
Men’s Avalon Ultimate League (MAUL) is looking for players for its four-on-four winter league.
Games are Thursday nights at 10 p.m. for nine weeks. Each team will play two 45-minute games per night.
League play starts Jan. 10 and runs until March 7. Players may sign up alone or with a partner. The cost is $100.
Nick House, president of Ultimate NL and MAUL (right), poses with Jody Williams, manager of Bridges to Hope, and donations from the annual MAUL/SWURL charity game.
The fourth annual MAUL/SWURL holiday charity game raised $800 and over 400 non-perishable food items for
Bridges to Hope.
The St. John’s-based non-profit organization offers several programs aimed at providing food aid assistance to citizens in the Northeast Avalon region. These include a food pantry, community kitchen and community outreach and education.
“This game is a highlight for many players in our leagues,” says Melissa Wheeler, SWURL president. “It’s a great opportunity for our players, as well as players that have returned home for the holidays, to get together and play a game for fun with the intent of giving back to the community. SWURL and MAUL provide the field space free of charge for any players that want to play in our charity games with the caveat that players bring cash or non-perishable food items that we can then bring to Bridges to Hope.”
“Being able to provide such a substantial donation each year is something that our leagues are very proud of, and our players continually impress us with their festive spirit and their generosity for those in need,” she adds.
Participants in the annual MAUL/SWURL holiday charity game.
Forty players from the
Men’s Avalon Ultimate League and St. John’s Women’s Ultimate Recreational League took part in the annual tradition, which sees the two leagues challenge each other to raise the most donations from its players. MAUL narrowly won the challenge for the fourth year in a row.
“It’s heartwarming to see generosity of our members at this time of year, just one more example of what makes our community special,” says Nick House, president of MAUL. “We are grateful for their contribution to an important cause.”
The charity game was held on Dec. 20.
Men’s Avalon Ultimate League (MAUL)’s popular 4-on-4 winter league is returning in January.
Four-on-four ultimate is fast-paced, fun and great for improving skill.
Games are Thursday nights at 10 p.m. Each team will play two 45-minute games per night over the nine week season. League play will run from Jan. 10-March 7.
Sixty spots are available and players may sign up alone or with a partner. The cost is $100. Registration will open on Dec. 7.
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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.
Memorial vs. Western (W 9-5)
Memorial vs. Waterloo A (L 8-11)
Memorial vs. York (W 15-4)
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)
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.
Winners of MAUL’s 2017 fall parity league with general manager Kathleen Sullivan.
Registration is now open for the
Men’s Avalon Ultimate League (MAUL)’s fall parity league.
The stakes are high as the winning team name, general manager and season MVP all get their names engraved on MAUL’s wrestling belt parity trophy.
The league will run from Oct. 18-Dec. 6 on Thursday nights at the Techniplex. Registration is $100.
In a parity league, teams are drafted by general managers, who make trades each week based on team and player performance in order to stay under a designated salary cap. Players receive stats each week and enjoy competitive games that are open to newcomers and more experienced players.
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Members looking for more ultimate have two options for co-ed play this fall.
Mile Zero Ultimate (MZU) is offering both an outdoor hat league and an indoor build-it-yourself (BIY) league.
Fall Outdoor Hat League
Registration is open until Wednesday, Sept. 5. The league will take place on Sunday nights from Sept. 9-Nov. 4.
Players who are new to the league, or whose first league was in the Capital Subaru Summer League, receive a $10 discount on the registration fee. Players may sign up alone or with a partner.
New to this league is the implementation of the WFDF Ratio Rule A, which alternates the gender ratio every second point so that players of all genders receive equal play.
Fall Indoor BIY League
MZU is now taking
expressions of interest from interested teams. Captains must submit EOIs by Sept. 10 at 6 p.m.
The BIY league has space for 24 teams. If there is interest from more than 24 teams, a lottery will be held to see which teams gain entry.
Individual players looking for a team, or teams looking for players, may use this
matchmaking form to join a team or complete a roster.
The league will run on Monday nights from Sept. 24-Dec. 17.
The Cherry Blasters, 2018 MAUL summer champs
Congratulations to the Cherry Blasters on winning the 2018 Men’s Avalon Ultimate League (MAUL) summer championship!
The Cherry Blasters topped the Jaw Breakers for the first time this season to win the title on Aug. 6. The Swedish Fish also defeated the Jolly Ranchers for third place.
MAUL’s summer league sold out this year with 60 participants comprising four teams.
Cameron Penney was the winning team’s most valuable player (MVP) and league president Nick House was the most spirited man on the winning side.
Brandon Kilfoy garnered the most votes for regular season MVP and Andy Porter was named Comeback Player of the Year.
Congratulations to MAUL on another successful season!