February Volunteer of the Month – Isaiah Masek-Kelly
Our volunteer of the month for February is Isaiah Masek-Kelly. Isaiah was a key volunteer for our "Catch the Spirit" High School Tournament in late February. Whether it was helping to setup fields, score games or report scores, Isaiah was there throughout the two days of the event. As a result, the tournament went off without a hitch. Thanks to Isaiah for all his great help!
TUC is always looking for more great volunteers like Isaiah to help with the continued growth of juniors Ultimate. For more info on how to get involved, contact
Support your Club by volunteering, itâs how TUC was born and how it thrives today. Contact
This is the first year ultimate frisbee will be a recognized sport in Peel region's catholic and public school board and TUC member Gui Palias will be convening the league. There are already 19 schools that have signed up and pretty much all of them will be starting from scratch. This is where you come in.
We are looking for volunteers that are able to get to schools in Mississauga/Brampton and are willing to help coach a team or even just run a clinic. This would be anytime from the beginning of April to early June.
If you are interested in helping out please contact Gui at
There are also schools within Toronto that are looking for individuals to come out to help, if you are interested please contact
Each V.O.M. will receive $50 Scally’s Dollars that can be used towards any purchase at Scallywags.
Starting Monday, March 14, registration will be open for TUC 2011 Membership, Spring League, AND SUMMER LEAGUE! Please read the key information below:
How to Register
Registration is done online at www.tuc.org. Click the How to Register icon for instructions on how to get started. Also, check out the Leagues – 2011 Registration Information pages for more information on our memberships. For information on Spring and Summer Leagues, check out the links under ‘Leagues’.
Key Registration Dates
2011 Membership, Spring League, and Summer League registration OPENS
Spring League Registration CLOSES
Summer League Registration CLOSES
TUC Membership 2011
All players in TUC leagues must first be a valid member of TUC, as our Club is a true not-for-profit organization driven by its membership. The new TUC membership year begins April 1, 2011 and runs through to March 31, 2012. Therefore, in order to play in Spring or Summer Leagues in 2011 you must renew your membership or signup for a new one. Then you complete your league fees. If you registered for a membership in the Fall (2010) or Winter (2011) those memberships were pro-rated and do not cover the new membership year. So first and foremost, register for your TUC 2010/2011 membership! Visit our Membership Information page for more details.
2011 Spring Leagues
We offer PREMIER TURF FIELDS and 5 different Spring league offerings on 4 different nights starting the week of April 3, 2011. Leagues run for 6 weeks and are a pre-cursor to our 16 week summer league - summer league begins the week of May 23. Spring Leagues are the perfect opportunity to gear up for the summer and get outdoors again! Note that each league has its own unique start and finish date, due to field availability.
2011 Spring League Offerings:
***NEW*** Masters Spring League at Crescent School (Individual Registration only)
Intermediate Coed at Cherry Beach (Team and Individual Registration)
Competitive Coed at Downsview Park and Crescent School (Team and Individual Registration)
Recreational Coed at Cherry Beach (Team and Individual Registration)
Intermediate Coed at Downsview Park (Team and Individual Registration)
More detail information including pricing for teams and individuals can be found on our Spring League pages
During pre-registration period (March 14-20) the same person from summer 2010 must register the team again. If there is a new captain, have the person from 2010 register the team during the first week (but don't pay) and then contact firstname.lastname@example.org to advise who the new captain is. We'll switch the captains (within 1-2 business days) and once we do so, the new and proper captain can complete payment and confirm your spot. We realize this isn't the most user-friendly protocol, but we want to ensure the proper team gets its spot. If your team is switching to another night you must wait until March 22, to ensure all returning teams get first crack. We recommend signing up early to get what you want and we'll do our best to slot every team in their preferred night & division.
Team fees for Summer League will be $850 per team and individual fees (for those who want to register as a solo player on a hat team) are $65 per person. The cost for a game on a per-player basis for the summer is an average of $4 per person. Summer season is 15 guaranteed games, co-ed 7-on-7, games to 17, full field.
The Captainâs meeting will again be held Wednesday May 18th, at Whistlers Bar and Grill (Broadview and Mortimer) in The McNeil Room. This meeting is for ALL weeknight summer teams. Each team captain MUST attend the meeting or send a team rep. Any team who does not send a representative will be penalized â expect the majority of your games to be on lesser desired fields if you do not attend the captains meeting!
This tournament is offered by TUC, in conjunction with the Lotus Women's Touring team. It is aimed at intermediate level females who are looking to improve their game and learn from the experts! Players will go through a proper warm-up and brief clinic session and then participate in 3 games (approx 40 minutes each). All aspects of the tournament will be instructed and coached by elite level players from Lotus.
Registration is by individual only, and done online through the TUC site. Cost is $35 per TUC member, $45 per non-TUC member, and open to the first 60 women who fully register â registration is now open and spots are already going! You must be a minimum 18 years of age and this tournament is recommended for women with some player experience - it is not for beginners or for elite level players.
Date: Saturday March 26, 2011 Time: 6:00pm - 9:00pm Location: Lamport Stadium Cost: $35 per TUC member, $45 per non-TUC member Player Limit/Signup: limited to the first 60 women who sign up!
Spots are filling up fast, Register Now to guarantee your spot!
PRE-SPRING COED INDOOR TUNE-UP TOURNAMENT
Get your team prepare for the outdoor season with this pre-spring warmup tournament taking place on April 9, 2011 from 9:00PM to Midnight at Lamport Stadium. The cost will be $375 per team and all players will need to have a 2011-2012 Membership. More info will be posted on the website soon.
Level: Intermediate Format: 6 on 6 Speedpoint Gender Ratio: 4:2 Date: Saturday April 9, 2011 Time: 9:00pm - Midnight Location: Lamport Stadium Cost: $375 per team Limit: 6 teams
TUC will be hosting 3 Indoor clinics of various levels in April at Lamport Stadium on Sunday April 3rd, 10th and 17th. These sessions will range from Beginners on the 3rd up to Intermediate level on the 17th. These sessions are ideal for players of all skill levels, especially those newer to the game.
TUC clinics are taught by expert instructors will run you through skils, drills and include some âgameâ action. These clinics are co-ed and open to all levels of players - from newbies to those players who just want to work on their skills.
Got the basics down? Then recreational level is for you, where youâll learn more about stacking, basic strategies, and most importantly, how to play together as a team. Cost: $10 for TUC Member, $20 for NON-TUC Member
April 17th â Intermediate Clinic â 7-9pm, Lamport Stadium
By now youâre fully addicted, and you want to play more competitively! Join us at our intermediate clinics, and learn more about advanced drills, offensive and defensive techniques, and game theory. Cost: $10 for TUC Member, $20 for NON-TUC Member
TUC Members that register for all 3 indoor clinics at the same time receive an additional discount of $10, paying only $30.
You must register online at www.tuc.org in order to participate.
On Friday, February 18, beginning at midnight and going through to 8am on Saturday morning, February 19. Over 40 Ultimate players came and played Ultimate all night long. Players battle through exhaustion and the need to sleep and we managed to raise $500 towards our charity of choice, Ultimate Peace.
Ultimate Peace is a young organization that uses Ultimate Frisbee as a tool to forge friendships and peace between youth of different cultural and social backgrounds. For more information visit www.ultimatepeace.org.
At the end of a long night, early in the morning Team D emerged victorious...
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