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01.02.2022- Membership registration for 2022

Membership sign-up for the year is now open and it can be accessed through this link. Please note that to participate in CTFDA-organized events (leagues and tournaments fall under this category, not pickups), it is mandatory that you have a valid 2022 membership. All necessary details are provided on the linked form. We're clarifying our vaccination policy that will take effect soon on the membership sign-up form. So please take a few minutes to give it a thorough read. Membership is to be done individually. Club heads, please remember to pass this point of action on to your teammates (especially to those new to ultimate in CPT who may not be subscribed to this mailing list).

21.01.2022- Updates from the AGM

CTFDA held its annual general meeting (AGM) on the 18th of January (Tuesday) to update members on happenings of the last year and to elect a new committee for 2022. The following were the elected members at the AGM:

Chair: Nicholas Zaloumis

Secretary: Dharanidharan Ramamurthy

Treasurer: Peter Ivey

As appointed roles, Sam Fothergill will be staying on board to help with high school development. Nick Zaloumis together with Dana Glennie will be liaisons representing the Western Cape on SAFDA. Brent Phillips will be helping out with managing our emails and social channels. Other outcomes from the meeting together with the minutes will be sent out in the coming days to the community. The outgoing committee is helping out with the transition. On behalf of the organization and members, here's a huge thanks to Amy Bray, Darren Curry, AJ Wattamaniuk and Dylan Sims for committing their effort and time to keep CTFDA functioning during a year filled with a lot of uncertainties.

29.11.2021- Masters League final round

The 3rd and final week of the league was a perfect end to the event. Not only did we enjoy an awesome night of Ultimate, it was a great night of catch-ups as past players came out to watch and chat on the sideline. We also celebrated 6 players turning 50 in 2021 (including one missed in 2020 due to COVID19).

Week 3 results:

  1. Salusa 45 5 - 11 Carc

  2. Salusa 45 2 - 11 Chilli

The Rob Lloyd Memorial Masters trophy was won by Chilli Legends. Congratulations!

There is talk of a Grand Masters Challenge but only Salusa 45 has a full roster of eligible players with their Masters team line-up of 9 women and 12 men all qualifying. And 10 of these players qualify for Great Grand Masters. Needless to say Salusa 45 topped the average age chart with 45 yrs, hitting their namesake. Chilli was a respectable 39 yrs avg age while Carc are the new kids on the block with avg age of 35. If we can host a Grand Master perhaps we can create a handicap system that takes into account age differences.

22.11.2021- Masters League wind blown

The Rob Lloyd Memorial Masters League was played in gale force winds and yet our Masters still scored a few upwind points!

Week 2 results:

  • Carc 10 - 4 Salusa 45

  • Carc 5 - 5 Chilli

15.11.2021- Masters League kicks-off

The Rob Lloyd Memorial Masters League enjoyed a stunning first night of ultimate with a light breeze and warm temperature. After a shot of tequila to welcome the new Masters players and new players already of Masters age, play got underway

Week 1 results:

  • Chilli 11 - 7 Carc

  • Chilli 11 - 8 Salusa 45

18.10.2021- We have been playing

Although things have been quiet on the admin side, there has been quite a bit of a hum in the community lately though....we do prefer playing to typing:

  • Open and Womxn's League has just come to a roaring end with finals incorporated into a Regional Tournament on Sunday Oct 3rd Scoville Oval .

  • Cape Town was represented at Rocktober this past weekend, Oct 16/17 by 2 teams from UCT Ultimate . Thanks to Gauteng Ultimate for hosting this annual Mixed Ultimate events.

  • Open and Womxn's Nationals is set to happen on the first weekend of November in Makhanda, Eastern Cape. This event is being hosted by Phoenix Ultimate .

01.10.2021- Activity during adjusted Level 1

Back in July we moved to adjusted Level 3 and as SAFDA announced in their mailer (29 July 2021) that Ultimate is back on!!!!

On Sunday the 26 of July, our president announced that SA will be reduced to lockdown Level 3. As per the gazette and the previous adjusted Level 3, we are allowed to organise outdoor gatherings once again. Frisbee is therefore legal subject to the amount of people allowed by the host.

Moving to adjusted Level 1 has not resulted in many changes and spectators are still not allowed, however the number of players who can participate outdoors is now 2000.

In addition, the following the guidelines must still be adhered to:

  • Wearing of masks when not on the playing field.

  • Maintaining social distancing when not on the playing field.

  • Maintaining a list of participants to facilitate track-and-trace if any any players reports testing positive. CTFDA has form for this purpose Contact Tracing Form

  • Adhering to any additional restrictions or terms of use imposed facilities being used.

In addition, CTFDA encourages all players to get vaccinated to further reduce the risks of COVID19.