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Rookies shine for Regiment in Boston

It was a tournament of firsts for Regiment: first tournament of the year, first appearance at the Boston Invite and for six players, their first outing with the team.

The province’s competitive open club team was seeded 10th of 26 teams going into the tournament held June 22-23.

On day one, Regiment went 1-2 to hold seed after pool play, setting up the crossover against third-seeded Big Wrench out of Boston. Big Wrench edged out Regiment by two points for a final score of 8-6.

Day 1 results:

  • Regiment vs. Sprout (2) (Boston): 6-15
  • Regiment vs. Shade (7) (New York): 5-15
  • Regiment vs. Red Tide (15) (Maine): 12-11
  • Regiment vs. Big Wrench (3) (Boston): 6-8

The first day results put Regiment in the bracket for ninth to twentieth place, where they again finished with one win and three losses for a final finish of 16th place.

Day 2 results:

  • Regiment vs. SGC (12) (Quebec): 13-15
  • Regiment vs. Shrike (18) (Ottawa): 15-11
  • Regiment vs. Log Jam (21) (New York): 6-15
  • Regiment vs. BAG (20) (Massachusetts): 6-11

Of the six rookies on the Regiment roster, two were former Storm members and three were playing in the high school circuit just one year ago. The rookies were: Cameron Penny, Andrew Workman, Jordan Kavanagh, Jonathon Taylor, Nick Mitchell and Michael Walsh.

“Our newest team mates rose to the challenge of what must have been a difficult test for their first taste of club ultimate,” says co-captain Nick House. “Our goal was to give these players as much exposure as possible before nationals, and they handled it well.”

Regiment will next competes in August at the Canadian Ultimate Championships in Edmonton, AB.

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.

CUC 2018 Wrap Up

We just finished the single best year of CUC performance from Newfoundland and Labrador!

NL Storm Open breaks seed to finish 20th/24 and finish 11th in spirit!

NL Storm, the first-ever junior women’s team, compete at nationals finishing 20th and 2nd in spirit!

Regiment finishes 10th, the highest for a NL single gender team at CUC and NLs highest finish since 2012. Regiment also finished tied for 4th in spirit, their second consecutive years in the top 5.

Highest finish ever for Regiment at No Borders

Regiment, Newfoundland and Labrador's travelling open team,at No Borders in July.

Regiment at No Borders in July.

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.

Regiment will next compete at the Canadian Ultimate Championships in August.

For more photos from No Borders, click here.