May 2019 Tuesday nights: turf & lights!

Calling all Auckland ladies… Bundle up, grab a friend and come play some women’s ultimate under lights on Auckland Grammar turf!! All skills welcome!

Big thanks to Auckland Ultimate (AU) who have generously donated the field space to make this happen!  👏 Vixenz Ultimate booked these two nights with AU as an all-club / all-women open session.

Spread the word & invite your friends to the events below:

TUES 21 MAY @ 8
:00 – 9:30 PM

TUES 28 MAY @ 8:00 – 9:30 PM

Questions? Email us at!

Vixenz @ Nationals 2019!


What a weekend! Vixenz took a small but fierce squad of 15 players and played with heart and grit the entire weekend! Thanks BlueberriesNaaasty Women’s UltimateZodiac Women’s UltimateStingrays – Australian U24 Women’s Ultimate Team and Capital Punishment Women’s Ultimate for all the great games! 🧡

In Sunday’s last round, we found ourselves with a re-match vs Naaasty for 9th place and we knew it would be a tough battle 🤺 as we’d only won our pool game vs them by a few points! We took an early lead, but Naaasty loaded up a comeback🚂 in the second half #nevergiveup and we ended up going point-for-point until the final universe point score went to Vixenz for the win! 🎉 Both teams left it all on the field for that game — what a great way to finish the tourney.  

Big thanks to our 2019 season’s coach Sherif Ibrahim & our leadership team Kristal Cain, Frauke Meyer, Clare Gibson & Nan Sirisamphan for taking this squad under your wings these last 6 months!! We couldn’t have done it without you!! 🧡🧡🧡 

And with that, we’ve finished our 10th season as a club!! 🥳 🎂#timeflieswhenyourehavingfun

Soooo… who’s ready to start training for 2020??
🙋‍♀️ 🦊 🐾 💃 😍

Foxy ladies nominated for NZU Awards!


Huge congrats to our Vixenz teammates who have been nominated for a 2019 New Zealand Ultimate award!

Administrator of the Year:
Clare Gibson

Emerging Player of the Year – Female:
Eugenia Ng

Volunteer of the Year:
Jana Makar

Winners will be announced at New Zealand Ultimate Championships (29-31 March 2019, Wellington)
To see who these amazing ladies are up against, have a look at the link below

Twin Harbour Classic done & dusted!



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Twin Harbour Classic 2019 is over!

Teams from all around the country played in Auckland this week for the first tournament of the season, hosted by Vixenz!! Thanks to all of the attendees and congratulate the winners. Special thanks to Anna Milne and Clare Gibson for their amazing organization of the event!

Vixenz Ultimate placed 7th in the women’s division. While we didn’t always get the results we were after, our team showed that we will always keep learning and playing hard.

We’re looking forward to our next tournament!

Ho ho ho! Santa’s Hat 2018 a success!


After 4 years Santa’s hat has become a classic tourney to wrap up the year!

This time there were many hucks, hammers, breaks, layouts and of course a lot of fun!
It was so fantastic to see new faces playing the sport we love 😍 Of course, some of our foxy ladies were there representing 🦊 Congrats to Penelope Lim & Jacki Mayne-Davis for winning MVP and MSP respectively.

Thanks to Kārearea – New Zealand U24 Women’s Ultimate Team for hosting and we wish them the best for the upcoming U24 World Ultimate Championship in Germany!

Last but not least, from all of us on Vixenz, best wishes for a safe & happy new year!!! 🎉🎊🎉

Santa’s Hat Tournament – Come play on 16 Dec 2018!



Santa’s Hat is back for 2018! This is a one-day women’s tournament that is open to all skills & ages. Bring your friends!

This year, Santa’s Hat is being run by the Auckland members of Karearea, the NZ U24 Women’s Team, as a fundraiser for their 2019 World Championships campaign. Come along and show your support!

Cost is $10 / player and the day includes games, prizes, and guaranteed fun!

Click here for full details and to register!

Play with Vixenz! Trials for our 2018-19 Squad are 29 Sept

If you love playing ultimate, you’ve come to the right place! Each spring we select a group of players who commit to training together through the season and competing at regional tournaments and NZ Ultimate Championships. If you want to take your skills to the next level, our Vixenz competitive squad is for you!

Vixenz Trials 2018
Saturday 29 Sept 2018
3:00 – 6:00 pm 
Epsom Girls Grammar School

Click here to fill out an EOI!


Our Season

Our competitive season starts at the end of October 2018 and we welcome all women who want to share in our spirit and values!

We are looking for players who will commit to:

  • Train together as a squad twice a week; on Tuesday evenings and Saturday mornings (may potentially be moved to avoid clashes with Mixed team trainings until NZ Mixed Ultimate Champs in November).
  • Compete as a team at NZ Series Events and NZ Ultimate Champs.

We will also have an optional fitness training session once a week. This will focus on sprints, HIIT and strength training (the stronger you are the less likely you are to get injured!).

Competitive Squad members are expected to attend all trainings and tournaments, unless an exceptional circumstance arises. If you are unable to make this level of commitment, but still want to play with Vixenz, email or leave us a note in the ‘Last Words’ section of this EOI!

Training Squad

In addition to our Competitive Squad, we will be selecting Training Squad members. These players will be invited to all Vixenz trainings and local scrimmages. If you’d like to level up your game and join in the fun, but you’re unsure whether you’re up for a competitive season this summer, the Training Squad could be the thing for you! So come along to our trials!

Our Trials

Our trials will involve drills and game play to showcase and challenge your skills and fitness. The selectors will be evaluating things such as:

– Throwing and catching skills
– Offensive and defensive game play
– Physical fitness and mental resiliency
– Willingness to be coached, ability to follow instructions, willingness to try new things
– Teamwork with other players
– Attitude while on the field and on the sideline

Vixenz Season Assistance Fund

This fund was set up by the Vixenz Committee to offer support for players in our club who need assistance covering some of the costs associated with playing competitive ultimate. We recognize that peoples’ situations and circumstances can vary, and any/all applications for these funds will be kept confidential. Funds are to be used to cover things like base kit, tournament fees, or travel / accommodation for tournaments. You can apply at any point during the season, and a sub-group of the Vixenz Committee will review all applications and get back to you asap.

If you have any questions about trials or the Vixenz Club, email!

Vixenz New Head Coach

With spring around the corner, the Vixenz Club is gearing up to kick off another great season of women’s ultimate in Auckland! We’re especially excited because this year it’s our club’s 10TH SEASON and this week we’ve got a big announcement to share!

Our Head Coach this year is going to be Sherif Ibrahim! Sherif (“Shoe”) has been playing ultimate since 2003, has repped NZ at five World Championships, and has either coached or held leadership roles for open, mixed, and women’s teams at national and international competitions.

He’s got a sharp mind for strategy, a big voice for encouragement (and laughs), and a bounty of game knowledge and throwing skills that we’re eager to tap! Welcome Shoe!


So, are you keen to play women’s ultimate this year? Vixenz’s EOI for our competitive squad is coming soon and trials for the team will be in late Sept / early Oct. More details will be coming soon! Till then…. let’s get to know a bit more about our new coach!

Shoe, would you rather….

Q: Play first point or universe point?
A: Universe point

Q: Pull or receive?
A: Pull

Q: Layout or sky?
A: Layout

Q: Play in wind or rain?
A: Wind

Q: Play indoor or outdoor?
A: this isn’t even a question, of course outdoor

Q: Open-side hammer or breakside backhand?
A: break side backhand

Q: Imitate a German accent or Aussie accent?
A: German

Don’t stay inside! Join us this offseason!


We can be offseason but it doesn’t mean we keep quiet!
Have a look at the two offers has Vixenz for you (while we plan the next season 😏)

>> Women’s Ultimate: Skills & Scrimmage! <<

Want to polish up your ultimate frisbee skills and get a game in while the weather’s still decent? Join us at One Tree Hill fields on Sundays for a women’s-only session — open to all skills! We’ll start with a drill to warm-up, share some tips on skills & strategy, and then put it all together with a game until 3 pm.

sundays sessions vxnz

Meet at the front fields of One Tree Hill College. Entrance is on Great South Road. Parking is available in the school and you can pull up to park by the fields.

Full details: 

>> Winter Fitness Pods for all <<

Sprint and High Intensity Interval Training workouts with a great group of people! Very open to everyone – whatever your fitness level.
6 pm for frisbee throws  & 6:30 pm for sprint and HIIT

Location: Fowlds Park (Lower area – off Malvern Road)
Either the lower fields where the lights shine onto the rugby field or behind the club house/netball courts.

Full details:



Vixenz AGM – April 08, 2018

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Hear ye! Hear ye! The Vixenz Club will be hosting its Annual General Meeting on APRIL 08!! We’ll be gathering in the upper level, private function area of the De Post pub in Mt Eden from 4:00 – 7:00 pm.

Join us for a recap of the year, club awards, voting in a new committee, and opening the floor for general questions & discussion. We’ll even provide some free snacks!

Anyone can attend but only paying members of the Vixenz Club (ie. anyone who played on the 2017-18 competitive squad) will be able to vote on motions.

Full details: