Games are Sundays 5:00 and Tuesday/Thursdays 5:00 pm at the Lydgate Park sports fields. Weekdays things can be a bit slow to get going but eventually it always does.
We usually hang out and talk story afterward, so please feel free to stick around and pillage the coolers. Check the mailing list if you have any questions. We’re pretty good about letting the list know about the rare rainout or cancellation.
Lydgate Park Sports Fields
Turnout: Sunday’s always have 7’s and subs; Tuesday/Thursdays usually 5’s or 6’s. . . except lately. If
you’re a visitor and thinking of coming out, consider letting us know about it to assist in motivating our slackers to the field!
Directions: Find Lydgate Park, look for people throwing a disc in one of the three fields (lately the southern-most field). Or look for Dustin’s mustache.
Very occasionally we’ll get bumped by soccer. If that happens you can find us fighting the onshore breeze on the big field by Kamalani playground.
WEST / SOUTH SIDE
Kalawai Park, Kalaheo
Turnout: 6-10, A bit spotty. We’d love to have steady games again in 2015!
Hanalei Soccer Fields
Turnout: Turnout very spotty here in early 2014. Make some noise on the list if you want to get something started. This field is likely the most beautiful setting you will ever play in.
Tuesdays, 8:00 – 10:00 pm [Lights are available at 7pm but most people don’t arrive until 8pm. Light switch is on the pole to the left of the restrooms.]
Koloa Ultimate is back, baby. (Although it’s still best to check the list to make sure it’s on.)
Koloa Baseball Fields
Hope to see you on the grass, under the lights!
All games are co-ed and all experience levels are welcome. It’s a game of Aloha, only in Ultimate vernacular, we call it spirit.
Ultimate has traditionally relied upon a spirit of sportsmanship which places the responsibility for fair play on the player. Highly competitive play is encouraged, but never at the expense of the bond of mutual respect between players, adherence to the agreed upon rules of the game, or the basic joy of play. Protection of these vital elements serves to eliminate adverse conduct from the Ultimate field. Such actions as taunting of opposing players, dangerous aggression, intentional fouling, or other ‘win-at-all-costs’ behavior are contrary to the spirit of the game and must be avoided by all players.