To say that Canberra Freeze cutter Adelaide Dennis had a nervy start to her Ultimate career might be an understatement. But since those nervy beginnings she has established herself as a force in the Australian Ultimate scene and will return for the Freeze in 2019.
Ultimate Frisbee is one of the fastest growing sports in the world, embracing athleticism from both women and men in a gender equitable team environment.
To be the best, you have to beat the best. Which is why Rachel Turton has packed her bags and moved to Australia all the way from Liverpool, UK to compete in the Australian Ultimate League in 2019. Rachel was selected in the AUL draft at pick #10 for the Canberra Freeze and she will…
Abbie Dawson from the Canberra Freeze is next to be included in the 2018 AUL All Australian team.
The fifth player inducted into the 2018 AUL All Australian team is Matt Dowle from the Canberra Freeze.
It was one of the greatest athletic and semantic matchups in the Australian Ultimate League last night, when Canberra met Melbourne and fire met ice.
Canberra couldn’t deliver the same come-from-behind performance as last week against a dominant Brisbane team, ultimately going down 13-6.
The wait is over and it’s time to hype up for the second round of the AUL. In the final match of the round we are treated to an electrifying fixture between two unbeaten teams – Canberra Freeze and Brisbane Breakers.
Things were shaky early on in some testing Melbourne conditions, but the Freeze showed their experience and held on for a gritty 13-9 win in the teams opening fixture.