Ultimate is a team sport played as a mixed competition. It is played on an outdoor field and games are first to 15. There may be a requirement for each team to fulfil duty requirements as per the draw.
Teams will be required to register a minimum squad of 10 players to participate at the EUGs. For teams to avoid a forfeit fine they will be required to field 5 players at the start of their scheduled game time. Teams are able to have 3 players cross accredit from another sport at the EUGs.
Ultimate is not a qualification sport for the Australian University Games and as such teams do not need to qualify at their Regional University Games event.
Draws for ultimate will be available online a week prior to EUGs.
Venue: The University of Newcastle Sport Oval 1
Address: Oval 1 is located on Ring Road, UON. It is located next to the Squash Pavllion. A campus map can be found here.
Facilities: Outdoor sports oval with four ultimate fields. Clubhouse, toilets and change room facilties will be available.
Carpark: Free parking is available in carparks car parks 9, 10, 12 and 13 for the duration of the games. P10 is the more suitable for Ultimate and Squash participants. Refer to this map for extra information.
Warm up areas: Perimeters of competition fields may be used for warm up areas. Depending on the draw, competition fields may be available for warm up in between matches.
Surface Type: Grass
Catering: Food options available throughout the University of Newcastle Campus
Sports Medicine: A sports medicine representative will be present. Taping with players’ own tape is free, but a fee will apply to use trainers’ tape.
Draws will not be made available until the week before the event, with results made accessible once the event has commenced.
Results from EUG 2016:
- View draws and results for all sports at the 2016 Eastern University Games
- View final pennant rankings for all sports at the 2016 Eastern University Games
Duties & Uniform
Australian University Sport (AUS) conducts its competitions under the official playing rules and regulations implemented by the national sporting organisation for that sport. However, AUS events are unique and hence there are often variations that are implemented.
Uniform and duty requirements are addressed in the relevent sport rules.