Founded in 2009, DUFF currently runs the largest Ultimate Frisbee leagues in southern Sydney. Convenient from the Sydney city, CBD, Eastern Suburbs and several universities, DUFF hosts a mixed-gender league in Moore Park on Monday evenings in spring/summer that is perfect for newcomers and more experienced players alike. On Tuesday nights we run a more advanced league simply called “Run Hard”.
IWU runs leagues year round based out of the Tempe Recreation Reserve. We are open to players of all levels, from Worlds Players to ‘how-the-heck-do-you-throw-this-thing players.’
IWU is a social league where players can start, learn, and increase their frisbee skills. After game drinks at the local pub are not enforced but encouraged.
Ultimate was introduced to the Hills area in 2003 by a Touch Football coach. In the beginning it was just a distraction from touch football and games were often played as pickup with up to 10 a side. In late 2003 with financial support from NSWFDA, a league with 5 teams was established by George Atton. Player numbers fluctuated over the next 2 years.
In 2005, Hills Ultimate hosted its first tournament, the Hills Hoist. Many new players in the district were introduced to the game, such as (then) Junior Worlds players, Ellie Sparke and Steve Gangemi. The league doubled to 8 teams and was moved to its present location at Eric Mobbs Recreational Reserve. A website was established and team shirts were obtained for the first time.
2006 saw the first Hills Winter indoor league, and the Summer outdoor league expanded to 2 divisions.