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Frisbee (disc) sports are returning to Brooks Field at the Warren Elementary School on Monday nights starting at 6 p.m. Ultimate Frisbee and Disc Golf skills are the focus for the evening events.
Ultimate is a team sport played on a field approximately the size of a football field. The object of the game is to complete a pass in the end zone. Players cannot run while in possession of the disc. Any time a pass is not completed there is an immediate turn over.
"This is a fast, hard-running team sport. The abilities to throw and catch the disc are necessary," said organizer Bob Meany in a press release. "Those wishing to play should be in good physical condition and wear cleats. All are welcome but children may be too small to compete on a field with adults. A decision of the suitability of children playing will be made on a case-by-case basis."
Disc Golf is much like regular golf with discs replacing the ball. The object is to land the disc in the basket of a pole hole. Portable pole holes will be on site.
"This offers a great opportunity to develop skills for playing this sport on an open field without the hazards that are found on a regular course," Meany said.
Area residents are invited to learn how to throw the multiple types of golf discs before visiting courses in the area.
For more information contact Bob Meany at 496-4420.