[BD] Brand-new Women's Beginners Tournament!

McGill Duncan leycrdm at nottingham.ac.uk
Wed Aug 18 10:36:28 BST 2010


Fling (University of Nottingham Ultimate) are pleased to announce a brand-new one-day Women’s tournament, the Nottingham Women’s Break In- NBWin on the 24th October 2010.
This tournament is set to be the first of its kind- an indoors beginners/warm-up tournament for womens teams only! 

We appreciate how hard it can be for some teams to recruit new women at the beginning of term, but by being able to give them an early experience of the competitive womens game at its finest in a fun and relaxed atmosphere, this is the perfect opportunity to convince your new intake that it is worth committing to their ultimate future. 

The format of the tournament will be slightly different to a normal beginners tournament, with 2/3 experienced players allowed to play at once (at the discretion of the O team), giving a healthy mix of abilities on the pitch at all times.

Team fee to be confirmed, depending on the demand for the tournament; however it will be priced competitively to encourage all the womens teams out there to get involved!

This is a great opportunity for both experienced and inexperienced players to bond as a team over some great games of ultimate. If you are interested in entering a team into this tournament, or have any questions, please send a message to fling.events at gmail.com

Fling President 2010/11

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