All players must review and complete the covid 19 screening tool before each game. covid 19 screening tool
- The “colour zone we are in” dictates the number of people we are allowed to have in the league and therefore on each team. We need to be in “orange” to play and orange restricts league sizes to 50max.
- This means leagues have to be 4 teams of 12 players max. We never restrict roster sizes, but in this case we don’t have a choice, government is making that decision and forcing it on us.
- If we move to a zone that allows more players and a larger league size we will allow larger rosters and if we can increase league size.
- If we are forced to cancel the league or if we miss games as a result of government covid lock downs we will issue refunds based on the number of games remaining in the season minus a $20.00 fee to cover refund expenses.Maximum players on a team roster is 12.
Maximum teams in each division is 4.
Spots are limited so be sure to register as soon as possible.
Registration Deadline April 30th 2021
Individual: $89.00 +hst
Team: $600.00 May-Sept
- 6 vs 6 Coed
- New Start Date August 12th 2020
- Games played Wednesday evenings.
- Trophy’s, and have a chance to in the NRS Champions cup!
- Great way to get involved in a sport, stay in shape have fun and meet new people.
- We play every Wednesday evening at Ridley College St. Catharines
- Games are 1:15hr in length.
Ultimate Frisbee is the first and only Coed Adult Sport League Niagara Rec Sports offers that does not have referees. There will be a coordinator at each game to settle any potential game disputes but Niagara Rec Sports will respect the “Spirit of the Game” and expects our players to do so as well.
The very nature of Ultimate Frisbee is based on “the spirit of the game” which puts Sportsmanship and respect first and foremost. From the official rules established by the ultimate players association.
“Spirit of the Game. Ultimate relies upon a spirit of sportsmanship that places the responsibility for fair play on the player. Highly competitive play is encouraged, but never at the expense of mutual respect among competitors, adherence to the agreed upon rules, or the basic joy of play. Protection of these vital elements serves to eliminate unsportsmanlike conduct from the Ultimate field. Such actions as taunting opposing players, dangerous aggression, belligerent intimidation, intentional infractions, or other ‘win-at-all-costs’ behaviour are contrary to the Spirit of the Game and must be avoided by all players.”
Spirit of the Game sets Ultimate apart from other competitive team sports. For over 30 years, Ultimate has flourished, reaching a highly competitive level, without the use of referees. Niagara Rec Sports is looking to keep the true spirit of the game and expects all players to do the same.
Come out and play some Coed Adult Ultimate Frisbee with Niagara Rec Sports.