Month: September 2017

Draft happens Monday

The captains are drafting players Monday evening so teams will be released shortly after that.

After registration for team league closes Sep 30, we will begin working on schedules immediately starting Monday October 1st, and will be going non-stop right until all the schedules are complete. Please keep in mind your team’s rosters are due September 30th by 11:59pm so if you are signing up late make sure you submit your roster as soon as you receive the form. Thank you!

Only 3 more days to register a team!

Registration closes September 30th at 11:59 pm, so make sure you have your team paid for by September 30th if you wish to play in the fall season. We are running out of space on a few different nights so don’t wait any longer, if you wait until the last minute someone else might snatch up that spot first!

We are looking for a referee!

Come join the team! We are looking for a referee for Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings. We pay $16.50/hr, and are a lot of fun to work with. We are looking for people with experience with WDBF rules dodgeball and/or reffing experience. Send your application to thank you!

New balls, new records

With the advent of the WDBF ball, we will be erasing the old records and making new ones.

Come out to East Elmwood 7:00-9:00 this Thursday where we will be dedicating half the gym to measuring throw records. There will be separate categories for male and female, overhand, underhand, sidearm, backhand, and offhand. During the second hour, the other half of the gym will be open for games.

$10/person to participate.

Between-seasons events

September 22nd is our Spring Windup. Come collect your medals/beer, or just hang around with your dodgeballers and sing karaoke. Don’t have to win to attend, no cover charge, let’s just have fun!

September 24th a 1v1 Tournament will take place 4:00-6:00pm Sunday Sep 24th in the time frame we had originally booked for the draft championship. Cost is $15/player ($20 at the door), and will be limited to 24 players.

September 30th a 6v6 tournament in support of Winnipeg players on Team Canada (not run by us, please do not message Dodgeball Winnipeg about this event) – come out and support the people representing us at Nationals!

October 7th aΒ Draft-style tournament is happening at East Elmwood CC. Cost is $20/person if you sign up by September 30th.


These have been added to our Important Dates page.

Wrapping up draft tonight

We will be closing draft registration tonight and then reaching out to potential captains tomorrow. We have ~4 spots left so if you were planning to play this is your final chance.

Draft Finals (2017 Summer)


Draft finals have moved!

Teams:Β Captains of Sphere and Loathing & Winnipeg Wreck League
When: September 17th @ 3:55pm Β 
Where: Norberry-Glenlee Community Centre


Captains of Sphere and Loathing & Winnipeg Wreck League, as well as their respective players, have come to an agreement to move this season’s Draft championship (originally scheduled for Sept 24 @ 4:30pm) ahead by one week.

The new time for this exciting match-up will take place September 17th @ 3:55pm at the Norberry-Glenlee Community Centre on the west (far) court.

Spectators are encouraged to come and enjoy this thrilling championship game, and our staff will do everything we can to accommodate as many people as we can. However, please be advised, since this is a last minute rescheduling, there WILL be a game on the other court, making viewing space very limited.

  1. We advise that if you wish to take this in, you should:Come early. The game will be starting on time with or without you on the sidelines, and it’s very inconvenient to the other court to have people coming and going during the game.
  2. Be wary of balls coming from both directions. People who play regularly understand that balls cross between courts and fly into the sidelines regularly. Other spectators may not know this, and it’s important that they are aware of the rules being on the sidelines.
  3. Respect the referees and the calls they make. Understand that the refs have authority not only over the players, but the whole building (and may eject any person as they see fit). The gym will very likely be loud and hot, and if the game gets heated it’s important that the refs are able to communicate with the players and each other.

Thanks everybody, and we look forward to seeing you on Sunday!