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2021 Summer League

MZU is offering two divisions in its 2021 Summer League! Check out the details for both below:

  1. Summer Adult (18+) Division 
  2. Summer Masters (32+) Division

Registration for the Adult Division is closed, but remains open for Masters.

And, scroll further for information about UNL clinics for MZU teams.

Summer Adult (18+) Division – BIY and Hat Team Building

Team Composition: 14 player minimum (with at least 6 male-matching and 6 female-matching players). Teams that do not meet these requirements by the registration deadline may have players added to their team that registered as solo players.
Field Composition: 7 on 7, using WFDF Gender Ratio Rule A
Format: Wager Ranking System
When: Games run on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from June 8 until August 26th. Game times are 5:30pm – 6:45pm and 7:15pm – 8:30pm. Each team gets one game per week. Top-half teams will start playing on Tuesdays and bottom-half teams will start playing on Thursdays and all will switch nights starting July 13th, 2021. *Game nights may be less consistent for teams in the middle of the ladder.
Fields: Games will be played primarily at Bowring Park and Southlands, with Kitty Gaul as back-up.
Playoffs: Week of August 23rd + playoff day on Saturday, August 28, 2021
Cost*: $35/player + Ultimate NL membership ($30, valid until May 2022). *Reduced fee for new and returning players (after 3 years) to MZU: $25/player + Ultimate NL membership ($10 refunded after registration).
Jerseys: Not included this year due to late registration period
Subbing: Only subs that have paid for their Ultimate NL membership will be allowed
Registration: Players who will be 18 years of age by December 31, 2021 can register. Register as individuals, pairs, groups, or a full team. (In the applicable field please outline your team name, or a list of players with whom you wish to play). We cannot guarantee there will be enough individual registrants/small groups to form a hat team. We encourage use of the Matchmaking Form or Subbing Page to look for a team.
Registration Schedule:
Registration open from noon on May 7th until 11:59pm on May 31st
There is a mandatory virtual Captain’s Meeting on June 3rd at 7pm
League play starts on June 8th
Registration is now closed.

Summer Masters (32+) Division – Hat Team Building

Team Composition: 14 players, with  7 male-matching and 7 female-matching players. Space for 4 teams, 28 male-matching and 28 female-matching players.
Field Composition: 7 on 7, using WFDF Gender Ratio Rule A
Format: 6 game round robin and 2 week playoff
When: Games run on Wednesday evenings from June 23 until August 11th. Game times are 5:30pm – 6:45pm and 7:15pm – 8:30pm.
Fields: Games will be played at Kitty Gaul
Playoffs: August 4th and August 11th
Cost*: $25/player + Ultimate NL membership ($30, valid until May 2022). *Reduced fee for new and returning players (after 3 years) to MZU: $15/player + Ultimate NL membership ($10 refunded after registration).
Jerseys: Not included
Subbing: Only subs that have paid for their Ultimate NL membership will be allowed
Registration: Players who will be 32 years of age by December 31, 2021 can register. Register as an individual or pair.
Registration Schedule:
Registration open now until 11:59pm on June 11th (or until league is full)
League play starts on June 23rd
Register here!

Ultimate NL Clinics for MZU Teams

Ultimate NL is inviting MZU Teams to book a coach-led clinic this June!
Available timeslots:  12-4pm on Saturday, June 12th and 26th
For more details and/or to book a clinic, contact Nick House (president@ultimatenl.ca) or Kathleen Sullivan (sportdev@ultimatenl.ca)

COVID-19 Return to Play Guidelines

The provincial government, Sport NL, and Ultimate NL all worked together to create guidelines for sports to return to play in Alert Level 2. Here are the guidelines that apply to Ultimate:
Provincial Government
Ultimate NL
Please review these documents, as all players will be required to sign a release of liability and declaration of compliance, stating that they’re read and understand these documents.

Here is a note on some of the guidelines that apply specifically to our league.

Player’s Responsibilities
1. Sign applicable waivers and pay for your Ultimate NL membership.
2. Do not come to a game if feeling sick or unwell, and fill out the province’s online self assessment before each game.
3. If you have travelled outside of NL please adhere to the applicable isolation period (required by public health) before returning to play.
4. Only carpool with players from your ‘steady 20’.
5. Arrive at the field no earlier than 15 minutes before your game.
6. Practice physical distancing (2m) on the sidelines at all time.
7. Bring your own hand sanitizer to sanitize your hands before games.
8. If you bring a disc, use the cleaner provided in the captain’s bag to clean your disc before use.
9. Refrain from touching your face.
10. High fives, handshakes, team huddles, spitting/nasal clearing and spirit circles are not permitted.
11. Do not share food, water, athletic aids (foam rollers), etc.
12. No socializing/loitering at the field after your game.
13. All players are encouraged to get vaccinated as soon as they are able.

Captain’s Responsibilities
1. Only pick up subs that have signed the applicable waivers, and that have paid for their Ultimate NL membership.
2. Ensure that only the co-captains handle the captain’s bags and related equipment (cones, scoreboard etc).
3. Clean any used equipment (cones/scoreboards) after the game (cleaning supplies will be provided in the captain’s bag)
4. Record your team’s attendance at the game to assist with contact tracing.

Game Modifications
By signing up for a league, you are agreeing to a certain level of risk. Although physical distancing of 2m is recommended at all times, we realize that at points, a player might enter another player’s “bubble.” Here’s some things that we’re changing/recommending to address this:
– The “disc space” rule will be changed so that the player marking the person with the disc cannot be within 2m of that player. If you have the disc, call “disc space” if your defender comes within 2m.
– Players and spectators must maintain physical distancing on the sidelines at all times.
– On defense, try to mark the same player throughout the game. Ten contacts with one other player is better than 1 contact with 10 different players.
– Instead of the defensive player tapping the disc when ready, the offensive player can ask if they’re ready, then tap the ground with the disc to begin.
– Sanitize the disc as much as possible.

Feel free to reach out to hi@milezeroultimate.com with any questions or concerns!