Brixton @ Mixed Tour 2 – 22/23 April 2017

A bullet point summary of the weekend’s events, because, why write a whole report when you can just write bullet points; pretty much like, why wait for Stall 2 when you can release a Hammer on Stall 1…

* Those who travelled up North to Matt and Joe’s hood: Matt […]

Mixed Tour 1 2017

First outdoor tournament of the year- Mixed Tour 1 (MT1) and a small squad of 12 Brixtoners made the journey to Llanrumney (sp?) near Cardiff in Wales. We were met with a strange mix of pitches that felt a little swamp like, with blue skies and sun for the […]

Brixton at Mixed Nationals

Eight intrepid Brixtonites ventured up to Derby for what I can only describe as Mixed Nationals. In the Derby Arena a sweeping velodrome surrounded three pictches and set the stage for a cracking weekend.

We began day one 24th out of 28, and 6th in our pool of 7, so […]

Sicko Regurge 2017 Video Report!

Brixton’s Open and Mixed teams travelled to not quite Brighton to play in the last tournament before Nationals. While the Mixed team took an early trip down, near calamitous transport issues for the first team meant they only just about scraped a team together in time to make the […]

Brixton at Windoors 2017

A tag team effort, thanks to Ant and Jacqui for writing up all the “facts” of the weekend in this 2 part page turner!

Ant:

Our country needs a truly great team, and we need a truly great team now. We need a team that can bring back titles can bring […]

Brixton @ Iron 5 2016

In mid December, a small band of Brixtonites made their way South once more. And kept going, because Plymouth is freakin’ miles away. That can only mean one thing: Iron 5’s! The team consisted of Jim, Matt, Will, Pat, and a late pickup from long time Brixton friend, Jack […]

London Club Open Indoor Regionals

As the main focus of indoor training, this tournament came a little earlier this year. In 2015/16, we’d several tournaments under our belt, and much more practice. The 16/17 tournament came before Christmas, after half a dozen indoor sessions and one tournament. Nevertheless, Brixton sent two teams to the […]

Brixton AWOL

Cold weather, dark skies, an early train to Walsall – it can mean only one thing: Brixton’s first indoor tournament of the winter, AWOL. An intense one-day tournament with eight games and little respite in between was the perfect test for all the training we’ve been put through over the last two months, and, sure enough, they paid off.

SICKO Women’s 2016

So here goes kids….

Wow, what a fantastic weekend. This is my second ever tournament, and what a tournament it has been!

After a very easy 50 minute train journey down to Burgess Hill (and then a taxi), we arrived at The Triangle Centre about an hour before our first game. […]

End of Summer

Hey guys

I’ve dragged myself out of my hangover after what was an incredible end of season social. Massive thanks to Joe for organising the night and delivering another quality social, and also thanks to Janey for letting us trash her house afterwards 😀 Special mention for Luke Baxter who […]

Burla Round 2

Now, My memory of who we played and when we played them is poorly hazy. So I shall make this report a little less lengthy than last time and get to the dirty grimy events that occurred in the magical place we call – Burla.

Having already been a year […]

Glastonbury 2016

From the desk of Dan Wardle: Hi guys! My first tournament was an amazing experience: we had some great laughs and I got to see some great frisbee (sometimes from us too!). You guys are all incredible and I can't wait for indoor to start.

Brixton @ Mixed Tour 3

First hand reporting from our very own Tracy Hannigan, on location in Cheltenham:

Mixed Tour 3 started with a playful Facebook argument between Jim and Jacqui about the definition of bread after Tracy let slip the baking a universe point winning banana bread.  Violations were called and possessions were challenged, […]

Match Report – Spring League Week 1

Travelling the lengthy distance of South London, we set up our first Spring League game in Dulwich against HoG with some of our beginners and experienced players. With a female heavy line up (who run the world…Girls!) headed up by our captain, Elliot, we started 4 on 4 against the lads.

Zero Degrees Return!

Ultimate was surely made for sunny days. Unfortunately this Irish man was not. Zero Degrees were the opposition (Sub Zero unfortunately had to pull out) and -0.14° was the location but the weather was a tropical twenty six, leading to a tiring competitive game with a strong smell of sun-cream.