Perth Power will be celebrating victory, but Canberra will be left to rue the one that got away after twice surrendering 3-0 leads in their AUL clash.
With two rounds left of AUL 2019 the equation becomes simple for Perth and Canberra this week – perform or perish. While Sydney has streaked ahead to the top of the ladder, all five other teams remain in the hunt for a grand final berth. Despite both winning one match and losing two this season…
Brisbane has kept its season alive, claiming all four AUL championship points on offer in a tense win over the Canberra Freeze.
Ava Mueller is not giving up the faith and neither are her Brisbane Breakers teammates as they prepare to take on Canberra in AUL round three.
The Adelaide Dragons may still be seeking their maiden AUL win, but they threw everything they had at the Canberra Freeze who just managed to hold on in AUL round two.
Defending AUL champions Melbourne have managed to hold on for a season-opening win against the Canberra Freeze, but not before suffering an early scare.
Canberra opened their 2018 season with a bang, claiming victory over Perth, but they face a stern test in their season-opener this time around.
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.