Games for Sunday March 17th have been posted! Just a reminder that you will get to play this week and the next, regardless of the outcome of your game.
… or maybe you should, if you have lucked on a winning streak as of late.
The first couple weeks of indoor have been off to a great start! Thanks everyone for being patient as we sorted out teams, players and rules. And big thank you to the voluntold-captains for taking the initiative to get your team organized. There’s already been plenty of close and competitive games. Looking forward to a great season this year.
Just a few reminders…
Lost and Found: is currently with me. As much as I enjoy carrying your leftover items each week, I’ll start leaving them at the JCC if I continue to find any more items. It is a bit chaotic in their L&F (e.g. good luck finding it again a week later), so TRIPLE-check that you have everything before leaving!
- ITEMS LEFT FROM WEEK 2: Two white shirts (VIU and Breast Cancer Research Foundation…), water bottle “Aladdin” brand. Contact me to claim ‘em!
Parking: is NOT free in the lot at the JCC. There’s plenty of parking on the side streets in the area.
Arrive on time… si vous plait! Games should start promptly at the :15 mark, and scorekeepers will give a 2 minute warning prior to the start of the game. Captains, please don’t take too long rounding up the troops pre-game. Merci!
BLACK is… whack? Yes, because it’s also the BACK line. Lots of OB calls the first couple weeks from that pesky line, so watch your feet!
VIU Discs are on sale! $10 each, but contact me to buy them, as it’ll save me having to lug the box of discs to the gym every week.
Our League’s Sponsor
Jointworks Chiropractic is the official sponsor of the Vancouver Indoor Ultimate league. The docs, Stephen and Janey, specialize in treating ultimate-related injuries, being long-time players to the sport themselves. They even treat national level players, like Furious George! — so I’m sure they’ve seen it all, even with us indoor players “crashing into walls”. Check ‘em out if you need to take care of that pestering injury, because the hardwood gym floors can be hard on the joints too!