ABH had a record THREE teams out to Mixed Tour 1 in Cardiff: ABH A, ABH B and ABH H. You can't get a better sideline during a sudden death win than two additional ABH teams eating sweets and playing with the magic stick! Finishing positions were 25th (A), 38th (H), and 45th (B) overall, and the full report is here.
Leaving the chilly England behind, ABH headed to Lloret de Mar, Spain, for some wonderfully warm beach Ultimate! We finished 12th overall, and Jonny truly learned the importance of Sunscreen.
In between practice and tournaments, ABH found time for some important social events, including a geeky zombie apocalypse night at the Science Museum, and a swap-your-worst-Christmas-present exchange, and Roller Disco. It seems that playing Ultimate in roller skates would be a bit of a challenge...
ABH practices are now closed to club members. If you are looking for a Mixed or Open club, please get in touch first. We also encourage you to come to our Hyde Park pick-up sessions, which are open to all.
Defying the snow and ice, ABH sent two teams to both Mixed Winter League events. With a combined total of 6 wins, both teams finished strong in the middle division, and everyone felt even better after some of Rupert's mulled wine.
2012 was a fantastic season, and what better way to celebrate than lots of curry, drinks, and a bib for Alex for winning a Jelly-eating-contest?
We had a very good time and in the course of an intense and well spirited weekend played some of our finest ultimate of the year to finish off the 2012 season on a high, retaining our 5th seed and overturning past disappointments in the face of strong opposition from both BAF and Bristol.
It was an exciting year of Summer League! Both teams did well: ABH South won Division 3, and ABH North finished 3rd and won Spirit in Division 2. Then at the annual North vs South match, North went up 11-7, but South pulled it back to 12-12 (sudden death!)... only for a draw to be called due to lack of any light.
This season, the Open team travelled to St Albans, Nottingham, Manchester, and Putney for Tour and Regionals. We finished 25th overall after consistent displays in all three Tours, and won 7th in London, comfortably holding the spot with a final 13-3 victory.
ABH shipped out to Skeggy fielding 10 Frisbee loving peeps totalling approx 750kg of awesomeness, including 3 international superstars and not one but two secret stashes of port for medicinal purposes! We made it to the final, took the (metaphorical) silver medals, and had an all-round excellent time in the Skegness sun.
The mixed tour season saw ABH once again hitting the fields with two strong fun teams over all three weekends , eventually finishing strongly at 16 and 39th overall. Even more positively Our top performances (ABH a finishing 11th in tour 2, and ABH b finishing 31st in tour 3) really showed that if we can find the consistency and the right attitude we have the ability and athleticism to perform at an even higher level - so roll on next year!