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
La Trobe University Ultimate Club - LATUUF (Competitive Mixed's Team - Melbourne, AU)
LATUUF is a fast-growing, fun-loving and dedicated University Ultimate club situated in Bundoora, Victoria. With 32 new members joining the club in just the first month of training, our rapid expansion has given us new opportunities the club has never had before.
The club was established in 2002, with a few women and men playing mixed at University Games. In the past year, LATUUF has had many successes that we want to continue in this new year. Our Albert Park League (APL) team has risen from playing in a Division 4 league, to a Division 2 league after placing first in both Division 3 and 4 seasons. As of now, we are the only University-based Ultimate team playing in a Division 2 league.
Australian University Games 2017 (Women Team) : 5th
UCL Ultimate Club - Silverbacks (Competitive Mixed's Team - London, UK)
As a club, we aim to grow and develop the sport of ultimate through developing our beginners and conducting outreach activities within the university and the wider London community. We also strive to develop our players into confident, competent and passionate Ultimate players that will seek opportunities to play and support the sport outside of UCL. Most importantly, we strive to balance maintaining a competitive performance at the tournaments we participate in while creating a warm environment for our members.
Established in 1997, the UCL Ultimate Silverbacks are an ultimate frisbee club in University College London (UCL). We are a competitive team that is represented in the Mixed, Men’s and Women’s Divisions, indoors and outdoors. Our teams have consistently excelled at regionals and nationals, with impressive results over the years. These include:
The club has a yearly membership of around a 100, and over 600 active alumni from all over the world. Our players are active in the various ultimate scenes and clubs in their home countries, and are passionate about playing and growing the sport. Many of our current players and alumni go on to be part of the UK’s top clubs (Clapham Ultimate, Fire of London, Ka-Pow!, Iceni, SYC, Deep Space, Thundering Herd, etc.), and some have also represented GB or their respective countries at World Championships and Euros (GB Open, GB Mixed Masters, GB U24 Mixed, GB U24 Women, GB U20 Women, GB U17 Women, GB Women Masters Beach, GB Mixed Masters Beach, Mexico Mixed, China Mixed, HK U24 Mixed).
UK Ultimate University Mixed Outdoor Nationals 2019: 1st
Men's Indoor National Ultimate Championship 2018/19: 2nd
Regional Ultimate Championship 2018/19: 1st
British University and College Sport Men's South-East Outdoor League 18/19: 1st
British University and College Sport Women's UK Outdoor Nationals 17/18: 2nd
British University and College Sport Women's UK Outdoor Nationals 16/17: 1st
Melbourne University Ultimate Club (Competitive Mixed's Team - Melbourne, AU)
Founded in the year 2000, Melbourne Uni Ultimate (MUU) is the official ultimate frisbee club of The
University of Melbourne. As an official sports club, MUU aims to send teams to represent the
university at various tournaments, including Division I and II Nationals. MUU teams have placed in
the top 3 in an intervarsity competition every year since 2012, hence we pride ourselves on hard
work and dedication to the sport. Winning gold in 2012 and 2015, MUU has upheld a high standard
of training and competitive play.
As most ultimate players begin their sporting careers whilst undertaking tertiary study, MUU also
aims to inspire new athletes to take up the sport and motivate players of all skill levels to improve
their playing ability.
Currently, our club boasts a large membership of players of all ages and we aim to expand numbers
greatly in the years to come. MUU is focused on bolstering its reputation both in the frisbee and
sporting community, and on improving the reputation of ultimate frisbee within the general
populace. Ultimate is a fun and engaging sport that we love to play and represent, and we hope that
our contributions help to continue the development of the sport and improve its popularity in the
2017 Southern University Games (mixed): Bronze
2016 Australian University Games (womens): Silver
2015 Australian University Games (womens): Gold
2014 Australian University Games (mixed): Gold
2013 Australian University Games (mixed): Silver
2012 Australian University Games (mixed): Gold
2012 Southern University Games (mixed): Gold
2011 Australian University Games (mixed): Silver
2006 Australian University Games (mixed): Bronze
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.