Layout November 2006, Volume 2

Hello TUC Member


Winter League Registration - Updates!

Winter League registrations are pouring in fast, so don’t hesitate to sign up now! Our new Monday Premier League offering is already completely full, so sign up soon for one of our other great offerings.

We have revised our Tuesday Nights to include a new offering for Co-Ed Teams, due to the overwhelming response for more TUC TEAM registrations. In conjunction with our single gender leagues (reduced team price), we will also offer a Co-Ed Team League on Tuesday nights! This will be a recreational/intermediate EAST league, hosted at Metro Sports Centre. Spots are limited so register soon!

Thursday Night Co-Ed League is already over 80% full! This is our popular Individual Draft League where we draft the teams for you and place players on evenly balanced teams in either a competitive or recreational division! Sign up now to confirm your spot.

Category Schedule Game Times Game Mode Cost Locations
Monday Co-Ed League -LEAGUE IS FULL- Varsity Center
Tuesday Co-Ed Team League Tuesdays, January 9
– April 10, 2007
Games from
9 p.m. – 12 a.m.
(14 weeks)
55 minute games,
12 players per team
$1500 per team, (limit # of spots) Metro Sports Centre
Tuesday Single Gender League (Mens & Womens) Tuesdays, January 9
– April 10, 2007
Games from
9 p.m. – 12 a.m.
(14 weeks)
55 minute games,
12 players per team
$1500 per team,
$150 per ind
(limit # of spots)
Metro Sports Centre
Thursday Co-Ed Individual League Thursdays, January 11
– April 12, 2007
Games from
7 p.m. – 12 a.m.
(14 weeks)
70 minute games,
12 players per team
$175 per person
(draft format to make teams)
Downsview Hangar & Metro Sports Centre

* All prices include GST/PST. Must be a TUC member to be eligible for Winter League. Pro-rated TUC membership is available for new Winter League players. * Preferred Location Thursday League does not guarantee that you will play all of your games at one venue; most games will be at the Hangar.

For more information and updates keep checking our 2006/2007 Indoor Leagues page. Be sure to sign up quickly and recruit all of your friends to play in the best Winter League yet!

Fall Outdoor Leagues Conclude

Fall League playoffs concluded on November 26. Red October, winners of the last 4 seasons and 7 of 8 years, kept the dynasty going in a thrilling comeback win of the Tier 1 Title Game. The Champs will have their names etched on the new “Barley & Hops” Fall League Trophy (again) and they also receive a GAIA gift certificate and TUC Frostie Discs from Daredevil Discs. Congratulations to all Fall League players and volunteers on another extraordinary outdoor season and to all of our Tier winners below:

Tier 1 – Fall League Champions – Red October (5-peat)
Tier 2 – Mad Flanders
Tier 3 – DIRT
Tier 4 – Dark Force
Tier 5 – Les Chapeaux
Tier 6 – Hazardous Play

2006 Fall League Tier 1 Champions - Red October

WUCC Results

The World Ultimate Club Championships in Perth, Australia finished up on November 18 and most of our Toronto players have returned from down under. Canada was well-represented at this year’s World’s with Toronto touring teams Bombing Madd Fatties and Too Bad proudly playing for the glory of the maple leaf. BMF went 2-1 in the first round of play, then went 1-3 in second round upsetting the #4 seed Ebisu from Japan to sneak into the round of 16. They then proceeded to upset # 1 seed Mischief in the first round of the playoffs, sending shockwaves through the tournament. They ended up in 8th place out of 40 teams, a great result for the mixed team that finished 3rd at the Nationals. Too Bad struggled to field a full side throughout the tournament, but completed all their games in the open division and finished in 20th place.

Team Fisher Price from Vancouver won the mixed division and three other Canadian teams finished in the top 20 in mixed play.

Bombing Madd Fatties at the 2006 World Ultimate Club Championship in Perth, Australia - 8th Place

Latest TUC Promo - Aboriginal Festival

Some dedicated TUC volunteers swung by the Aboriginal Festival at the Rogers Centre on November 26. As part of the celebrations, TUC touring pros were invited to provide an Ultimate demo and then teach aboriginal youth the finer points of the game. Thanks to all volunteers who participated. Keep your eyes open for the next TUC promo, who knows where we’ll be!



TUC Shop Christmas Sale

Our TUC Shop has been going strong for the last year and a half, and it’s about that time again for our annual Christmas Sale! Aside from our virtual online store, we also have lots of great products on display at the Head Office, Don Mills and Eglinton. Come try on cleats/shirts/hats, or view our DVD/book collection and browse our stock of essential Ultimate gear and gifts. There’s no better gift than the gift of Ultimate this Christmas!

From December 11-20, get 10% off all items purchased IN PERSON at the TUC Shop. Don’t miss additional specials on all remaining GAIA cleats in stock (limited sizes left), and leftover promotional discs) on Wednesday, December 13 for those who can’t make it during business hours. So set that time aside to do some TUC Christmas shopping!!!

TUC Pie Plate

TUC’s souvenir magazine, the Pie Plate, is currently being drafted and we hope to have copies available in early December. Pie Plate will not be mailed, but rather posted as an on-line PDF at; hard copies will be available at our office and upcoming TUC events. The 2006 edition will recap our League Champions, share words from our Chair, Treasurer, and General Manager, discuss frequently asked field and rules questions, highlight achievements in touring and the upcoming ’07 Nationals, and introduce the guiding forces of our new Strategic Plan… Not to mention lots of great photographs from the year in TUC!

TUC License Plate Promotion

TUC is considering pursuing an agreement with the Ministry of Transportation to produce a TUC graphic license plate. If executed, you could purchase a TUC graphic plate or a TUC personalized graphic plate (including your choice of characters, for example: LAYOUT; LOTUS; GOAT07).

In order for TUC to recover the development costs and administrative fees, we need to sell between 100-150 license plates. We need to know if this something worth pursuing! Visit the BBS “Poll” section and click on the Nov 5 posting “TUC Graphic Ontario License Plates” to add your two cents!


The TUC team