Photo credit to Ultimate Canada
Team Nova Scotia wins silver at Canadian 4on4 Nationals in 2015
Pursuant to the Nova Scotia Disc Sports Society (DiscNS) by-laws, this is a notice to the members of DiscNS of the 2018 Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the membership:
DATE: Tuesday, May 22
LOCATION: BMO Soccer Center
TIME: 7 pm.
The following items of ordinary business shall be dealt with:
Minutes of preceding Annual General Meeting are available for review
Supporting documentation will be posted hear when available.
Call for Nominations
DiscNS needs you! All who would like to be involved in the management, development delivery of Ultimate and Disc Golf programs in Nova Scotia should consider running for a position on the DiscNS board of directors or put forward their name for inclusion on a DiscNS working committee. The organization is actively seeking volunteers from inside and outside the Disc Sport community. Volunteers for all operations are always welcome, and DiscNS has a specific need for volunteers with the following areas of interest:
DiscNS is pleased to announce the details for the 2018 Provincial High School Indoor 4 on 4Ultimate Championships, HS4UC.
The tournament is scheduled for Saturday, May 12th at Newbridge Academy. The facility surface is TURF. Cleats are strongly recommended.
DiscNS will send an electronic invoice to all registered teams. Payments can be made through credit-card, e-transfers or cheques made out to DiscNS.
The schedule is dependent on how many teams register and will come out shortly after registration closes. No games will start earlier than 8 AM (no teams from outside HRM will play in the early slots) and no games will go later than 6 PM.
RULES AND FORMAT
The format is MIXED, 4 v 4, SPEED POINT. Contrary to the name, Speed Point has a short stoppage between points for line changes. There are pulls only at the start of each half, and there is no subbing on the fly allowed (as opposed to Continuous).
You can read more about the rules here (two exceptions are described below): https://www.ocua.ca/
These rules are used by Ultimate Canada in the National Indoor Championships with two notable exceptions, which were amended in the Canadian 4's Ultimate Championships tournament manual:
1. The gender ratio will stay at 2:2 for the duration of the game. Offense does not have the option to set 3:1 on any point, UNLESS it has been discussed and agreed upon between coaches prior to the game starting.
2. The Contact Call is in effect. A description can be found here: