Erica Newton and Tara MacLeod are working to put together a women’s team to play at No Borders Tournament in Ottawa July 20-21st, but they need to know asap as the registration deadline is coming up soon!
- Girls just wanna have fun: our goal is to play some ultimate, spend time with our friends, and generally have a blast. Never played in a tournament before? Love touring and do it all the time? We want you! We think everyone should experience the awesomeness that is playing with a women’s team where ladies can play hard while being supportive and positive.
- We will arrange of accommodations and carpooling using google spreadsheets.
- Tourney fee will be 35-40$, depending on numbers.
- We will be aiming to take a full roster: 18-21 women, Remember, 3-4 games on Saturday and 3 on Sunday means your body will likely thank you for that extra line!
It’s going to be so fun – they’re pumped – come out and play.
Interested? Contact Erica Newton or Tara MacLeod.
Well, we had two sunny days in a row. I’d say that is pretty exciting.
Alas, we are back to rain.
So, please remember our rain policy:
Rule one about rain is that if you’re destroying fields, simply DON’T PLAY. Standing water on a field is a good indication of definitely not playing. Use your discretion and take the long view – that is, we want quality fields all season long. Please have a system in place to alert your players.
And really, we should consider ourselves lucky. Some fields haven’t yet opened AT ALL due to how wet everything is.
Thank you PUL players for your patience with us (and the weather) for the delay with the start of our season. (Historically we started this week last year as well.) The forecast for this week is sun, so hopefully that helps make the fields a little less soft.
That said, there are a few things to take note of:
Trent fields are still soaked and therefore closed. We will not be using these fields until further notice. (Which means we will need to squeeze two games on the small Bridgenorth fields on Tuesday for sure. It was that or another week delay. We thought it was a no-brainer.)
A few fields are still relatively soft. Please be careful with them. If you create a divot by cutting too hard, please replace it.
Try and avoid the muddy pits at Adam Scott the best you can. We do need to use these fields all summer long.
Lastly, if there is standing water, it automatically means NO GAME. (If this should happen, please have your captain email either your Summer League Coordinator, or Jocelyne, your Operations Coordinator to let them know. (Any field we don’t use do to weather we don’t get charged for).
Have fun out there.