This is a friendly reminder that Junior Registration happens Thursday April 5th, from 6:00-7:30 at the Spiplex Dome. Kids will have access to the field from 6:00-7:00 throwing the disc around, doing fun games with some of this year’s amazing coaches.
We will have computers there to register online. Shirts will be available to try on, and discs available to hand out. And for those parents new to this league, we have this year’s guidebooks, which explain the program and the sport of ultimate in more detail. If not paying online, please bring a cheque, made out to Peterborough Ultimate League.
Our Thursday league games will follow, so kids and their parents can watch a game in action.
Blue Beatles vs Sstingers 7:00-8:20
Chomp vs Rhino Eyeball 8:20-9:40
Banana Pizza vs Geckos 9:40-11:00
Can’t wait to see the kids in action.
Want to improve your game, no problem. We’ve got you covered. Or at least Stephanie Wood and Gabe Robinson do.
There are three clinics being offered this Spring.
Choose the one that suits you
Get yourself into Zuluru to sign up.
Remember: Early Bird gets the Worm. The $75 price point lasts until April 13. After that, it’s a C-note.
There will be snacks. There will be CHIPS!
Come out to the Rugby Club April 10th – 6:30pm, meeting starts at 7
For further event details visit the event page – AGM
Want to learn more about PUL and contribute to our wonderful community?
Four board positions are open this year!
Though we don’t elect specific positions at the AGM, an interest and/or skills in juniors, player development, strategic planning, or membership concerns would certainly be an asset to the Board. Consider this the official call for letters of interest—send yours and/or any questions to Andrea Maxie at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday April 6th.*
*Due to a glich with the new Zurulu our league-wide email did not actually send. We’ve extended the deadline to allow for this mishap.
Anna Savoy, aged 6, shows us how eager they are to get on the field.
Please make sure you get your child(ren) signed up for our Juniors Recreational Program U9-U14, out in Bridgenorth.
If you’ve been a part of the Junior Program before, go to your Zurulu account to register. If you are already a player with a Zurulu account, but have not had a child partake in the program, you can add said child to your profile. If you are new to Juniors and the League itself, sign up is a one-two process. First you will need to make a Zurulu account. Once done, you can register your child for the program. Payment and waivers are done here too.
Or, come to our Juniors Registration Night, Thursday April 5th 6:00-7:30 at the Spiplex Dome.
Have problems? Questions? We’re happy to help. Contact Jocelyne Stone, our Operations Coordinator for help.
Better get on it. We’d hate to have any upset kids.
** Updates below. **
Folks, we’re very close to getting the Wednesday Summer League up and running. Here are a few details to whet your appetite…
Cost: We’ll be offering an early bird special for you keeners. From April 1 – 13: $75. After that, the price goes up to $100. Payment and registration will happen together.
Who: Anyone is welcome to play, regardless of skill level. We’ll do our best to accommodate partnered players for carpooling purposes. We’ll try to place junior players as well, with the usual provisos (designated responsible adult at the field).
How: Registration will occur individually, but players may indicate a carpool partner. Teams will be formed by draft in early May, and players will be notified of their teams before the first game.
Format: Seven on seven, cleats on grass. We’ll have some more details here once registration gets underway, but we’ll be delivering a full season of play.
So that’s a start. Got questions? Go after League Coordinator Tara MacLeod at email@example.com.
Are you interested in coaching with the PUL Juniors Competitive Program this summer? This year, PUL will be taking formal applications for anyone who is interested in coaching either Soar (Junior Women) or Rogue Squadron (Junior Open). Any interested applicants will be required to submit a Letter of Intent and addressed to the PUL Board of Directors. Please note that you can submit an application as either an individual coach, or pair/team of coaches.
Applications are due by Tuesday, April 3, 2018
. Please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org
. Please see the information below that outlines what is required to be included in your Letter of Intent.
In addition, I would encourage you to check out the PUL Juniors Competitive Guidelines and Competitive Document which outlines the expectations of coaches, parents and players involved in the PUL Juniors Competitive Program.
2.1 Letter of Intent
To be selected as a coach, an individual will be required to submit a Letter of Intent- the letter can be submitted as either an individual coach or as a team of coaching staff that would like to be considered. All submissions of the Letter of Intent will be viewed by the Juniors Committee and/or Board of Directors, who will be responsible for appointing the coaches of the program.
The following should be included in the Letter of Intent:
- What team would you like to coach? (ie. Soar- Jr. Women; Rogue Squadron-Jr. Open)
History with PUL
Outline any past experience coaching Ultimate
Briefly outline why you want to coach with this program or particular team
Briefly discuss your philosophy or vision of coaching
List any coaching certifications that may be relevant
Briefly outline a plan for the season (goals & progressive development)
Include a reference for further confirmation of coaching experience if needed
Please note that coaches may be contacted by someone from the selection committee to answer some additional follow-up questions.
Download the PUL Juniors Competitive Guidelines & Philosophy (MS Word Document)
If you’re interested in subbing for a team, please sign up as a substitute player using our substitute player sign-up form.
By now many of you have surely noticed a new look for pultimate.ca. It’s cleaner, allows greater posting flexibility, better news feeds, and above all, it is mobility compliant…it should look good on your phone! Gorgeous. It also cleans up a lot of back-end stuff that, well, needed cleaning up. And we’ll be using some of the new site functions to better facilitate league communications, event organization, and more! We’ll keep you posted as these roll out.
Huge thanks to Ryan Lowe for making all this happen. And major props are owed too to Ryan Gorman, who generously hosted the old site for many years.
You’ll notice too that Zuluru is looking a little different. This is because Zuluru guru Greg Schmidt just happened to roll out Zuluru 3 a few weeks ago! Again, mobile compliance is a big part of this upgrade.
You might find some of your old bookmarks don’t work, especially for Zuluru, so update accordingly. If you find any bugs or difficulties in the near future, please hit up Ryan Lowe with an email. He’s trouble-shooting the new site, and can pass any Zuluru-related inquiries appropriately.