WUCC 2018: Chilly Ultimate (MEL) Announces Roster
By Max Halden
Making its second appearance at World Clubs, Chilly Ultimate has injected some fast, athletic youth into it's traditionally veteran roster. A good mix to take to worlds!
Chilly Ultimate, Australia's longest standing club, has just announced its roster for WUCC 2018. After choosing to play in the Master's Division in Lecco 2014 where they finished 4th, the new look roster is returning to the Open Division for the first time since claiming the bronze medal at World Clubs in 2006.
While the team still has some veteran names associated with it's success in the past, the team is also full of fresh faces and appears to be investing in some young talent to take the club forward. Lead by experienced head coach Anna Rogacki, who has a proven track record in getting the best out of teams and will hold the team in good stead to take on the rest of the world with confidence.
With a large roster and a good balance of experience and youth, the club will no doubt be banking on some of the club stalwarts to provide the guidance and leadership to younger players, who will be looking to step up at their first taste of worlds level Ultimate.
Here are the 25 athletes representing Chilly Ultimate at the 2018 World Ultimate Club Championships:
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Follow the Chilly Ultimate Facebook page for updates on the local season and their preparations for the WUCC campaign.