Storm team members Ella Banfield and Shae LeDevehat were named to junior all-stars at the 2019 Junior Canadian Ultimate Championships.Read more
Newfoundland and Labrador’s junior women placed second in spirit at the Canadian Ultimate Championships’ Junior Division this summer. The squad’s spirit captain, Zoe Baker Pike, was also ranked among the top spirit captains in the tournament.Read more
Nationals was an important building experience for Storm’s junior open team. Although they came away without a win, head coachRead more
Holy Heart of Mary’s senior squad narrowly defeated Holy Spirit High 14-12 to win its second provincial ultimate title.Read more
Youth players are invited to try out for Storm, the province’s junior competitive club teams, next month.Read more
The first ultimate frisbee school tournament in the province was hosted by Mount Pearl Senior High (MPSH) on March 22-23. Eight teams participated in the tournament, which marked the debut of ultimate as a Foundation Sport with School Sports Newfoundland and Labrador (SSNL).Read more
Ultimate Newfoundland and Labrador is pleased to announce that it is hosting development leagues for elementary and junior high-aged playersRead more
Ultimate Newfoundland and Labrador is offering a youth competition development camp for teens ages 14-18 this winter. Participants will enjoy drills, skills development and game situations while also receiving one-on-one mentorship and guidance from experienced ultimate players and coaches. It’s the the first time that Ultimate NL has offered a camp specifically targeted at developing potential competitive athletes.