Crackerjacks Ultimate Club (Singapore)
Crackerjacks Ultimate was formed in 2012 with the purpose of creating a world class Men's Ultimate team based in Singapore, bringing together the best players in the country and grooming the next generation. Our members consist of the top players from all the different mixed clubs in Singapore and we have players from different age ranges. Our youngest players include those who are still studying in tertiary institutions and our oldest players are working adults who are already married.
The variety of skills and tactics from the different clubs have contributed to the versatility of Crackerjacks in terms of tactics and gameplay, with the ability to run various offenses and defences. Working towards our goal of being the top Men’s Ultimate team in Singapore, the club has had a few achievements over the past 4 years as mentioned below.
2013: Asia-Oceanic Ultimate Club Championships 1st Runners up
2014: GenderMah (Gender Nationals) 1st Runners up
Represented Singapore at the World Ultimate Club Championships in Lecco, Italy
2015: GenderMah (Gender Nationals) Champions
Singapore Ultimate Open (Gender category) Champions and 1st Runners up
2016: GenderMah (Gender Nationals) 1st Runners up
Chilly Ultimate Club (Competitive Men's Team - Melbourne, AU)
To create a community driven environment with a focus on three key principles: leadership, commitment and enjoyment.
Chilly ranks amongst Australia's oldest and most successful Ultimate clubs. The club just turned 15 years old and has claimed 4 nationals titles in its proud history. These include the 3-peat of 2005-2007, and another national championship in 2009. Chilly also won a bronze medal at the 2006 World Ultimate Club Championships, and came fourth at WUCC 2014. Chilly fields multiple teams each season, catering for a mix of experience and skill levels.
Our motto defines how we behave both on the field and off.
That’s why our focus is simple – “Be cool, Be Chilly”
2016 AUSTRALIAN NATIONALS: 4TH
2015 AUSTRALIAN NATIONALS: 4TH
2014 WUCC (MASTERS): 4TH | AUSTRALIAN NATIONALS: 7TH
2013 AUSTRALIAN NATIONALS: 3TH
2012 WUGC: 2ND (50% CHILLY PLAYERS)
2011 AUSTRALIAN NATIONALS: CHILLY 2TH
2010 AUSTRALIAN NATIONALS: 7TH
2009 AUSTRALIAN NATIONALS: 1ST
2008 AUSTRALIAN NATIONALS: 6TH
2007 AUSTRALIAN NATIONALS: CHILLY 1ST
2006 WUCC CHILLY: 3RD | AUSTRALIAN NATIONALS: 1ST
2005 AUSTRALIAN NATIONALS: 1ST
2004 AUSTRALIAN NATIONALS: 2ND
2003 AUSTRALIAN NATIONALS: 2TH
2002 AUSTRALIAN NATIONALS: 2ND
2001 AUSTRALIAN NATIONALS: 2ND
Bauhaus Ultimate Club (Australia Women's Team)
Bauhaus is an Ultimate frisbee club from Victoria, Melbourne.
Two times National champions, and with a program that stretches from the youth of tomorrow to the elite players of today, we are paving the way for recognition of our sport and of our female athletes.
- Exceptional LEADERSHIP that is progressive, attentive and supportive
- Striving for GROWTH of individuals, the club and the sport of Ultimate
- CREATIVE and ADAPTIVE in style of play
Bauhaus has finished consistently in the top 3 teams at Australian National Championships, proving themselves as a real 'bauerhaus' of Australian Ultimate. As Bauhaus is largely self-coached and players are highly motivated to improve not only their skills but those of their teammates around them, it is a remarkably close-knit group of friends.
Many Australian-level representatives have hailed from Bauhaus, and it is the club's aim to hail many more!
National Youth Team Program (Singapore)
The National Youth Training Program seeks to identify and develop top youth players by exposing them to club and international level early. Facilitating inter-club and inter-school interaction, NYTP also serves the secondary purpose to facilitate cohesion between club players.
NYTP not only aims to develop and raise the level of technical skills but also administrative and team management skills by having them wholly manage the program.
This will in turn prepare our younger players to take up bigger responsibility in sports management in the future.