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Southampton Skunks UKU UMON Champions 2012

Strange Blue and Cambridge Ultimate hosted University Mixed Outdoor Nationals on 17-18 March.  Congratulations to Southampton Skunks - UKU University Outdoor Mixed National champions 2012!

1. Southampton  (12.7)

2. Loughborough  (12.3)

SOTG: shared by Aberdeen and Oxford

Badgers win Junior Indoor Nationals 2012

Airbadgers-1 win UKU Junior Indoor Nationals 2012 The UKU Junior Indoor National Championships 2012 were held in Wolverhampton over the weekend of 3-4 March. With 40 teams at the tournament, it was the biggest Junior event the UK has ever seen.  More players from more teams in more places!  Ultimate is growing strongly in this division; and the standard is going up and up each year.

CHAMPIONS: Badgers 1

RUNNERS UP: Flux 1

SPIRIT OF THE GAME: Kent Max

MVP of the Final sponsored by Lookfly: Borat (Badgers 1)

UKU Indoor Nationals Round-Up

The last few weeks have seen the UKU Indoor National Championships (Open and Women), followed by the Under-17 and first under-13(!!) Indoor National Championships.

The club titles were grabbed by Spartans (Open) and Shimmy (Women's).  The snow-affected youth titles were both claimed by Airbadgers of St Peter's, Exeter.

2011 - Iceni Strikes Back

Iceni Ultimate EUCF 2011: Iceni Ultimate celebrate their victory at European Ultimate Championship Finals 2011. Back row [left to right] Charlie Blair, Lily Huang, Eve Tandoi, Ange Wilkinson, Caroline Nicholls, Mara Alperin, Tara Carraro, Stephanie Lees, Kelly Hogan, Sam Morris, Catherine Gainey Middle row [left to right] Rowan Pearson, Jackie Verrals, Lauren Bryant, Catherine Vaughan, Aura Mackenzie, Karen Baker, Alex Meixner, Kate Rae Front row [left to right] Kaleigh Maietta, Francesca Scarampi Not pitctured: Bex ForthIceni Ultimate (pictured) finished a clean-sweep season in style by taking the European Ultimate Club Finals (EUCF) in Bruges, 30 Sept-2 Oct 2011.  Iceni re-claimed the title they won in 2009, and led a strong UK challenge at the annual European Ultimate Club Series.

In the Open division, Clapham lost a thrilling final in sudden death to Flying Angels Bern, but took some consolation in being awarded Spirit of the Game.