Summer League 2014 - Last week of May to Last Week of August
Monday Nights (6:30-8:30) - The Practice Fields at Western University
Recreational division - For beginner players. This is the division where you will have fun and learn the basic rules and throws. Players who have never played before or who have only played a couple of seasons should sign up for this division.
Wednesday Nights (6:30-8:30) - St. George's Rugby Club
Competitive Division - For players who have played for several years, are confident throwing backhands, forehands, and other types of throws. Players who have an understanding of different defensive and offensive styles including different zones and stacks.
Google Maps Direction to the Fields and field numbers.
Free agents - Post on the facebook group that you are looking for a team and your experience. A team will most likely pick you up. Or register and pay $60 league fees and we will do our best to place you on a team.
Team Captains - register your team name and pay the team league fees and we will open your team for your individual players to to join your roster.
ALL individual players will need to register and join their roster once team captains have sign up their teams. This will be open May 1st.
Early bird registration: $800/team or $60/free agents. Regulary Cost: $920.00/team. Payment can be made either via the LUC web store, on to the League Convenor at the fields. Early bid deadline is the end of the day on the first night of league.
We look forward to another great season!
LUC follows the 11th Generation Ultimate Rules also please read the Spirit of the Game (SOTG) philosophy.
The league coordinator will sound a horn at 6:30 to signify the start of the game. Games will be played to 15 points or time cap of 8:30 (or as decided by captains based on light conditions).
Footblocks are in play every game for the competitive division, and they are not allowed for the recreation division.
Rain - We play rain or shine.
Lightening - Our league convenor will cancel if necessary via facebook and twitter before the game starts, or with a horn if games have already started.