Shanghai Sirens, who began organizing trainings in December of last year, selected an A and B squad in June to begin training for the August Women’s tournament.
Day 1: Played the first game against Dalian, second against Shenzhen, both of which had large margins of victory. The third game was against Taiwan Coin, who we were really looking forward to playing. Because they brought only 9 players to the tournament, they put a very poachy defense on us. They began the game with a lead on us, but after we were able to catch up to 7-6, they scored on a contested huck to finish the game at 8-6. Even though the loss was difficult to take, we were the only ones to score higher than 3 points against them all weekend.
Day 2: The first game of Sunday was against Fujian, who we solved at the end of day 1 after a huck-filled match. Sunday’s game was a smooth victory, except for the last point, which was a 20-minute marathon point that drained the energy of about half our team. This was a big problem because we were playing HK, and had only 10 minutes of rest to prepare for the game. Despite looking forward to playing this game, they put a junk defense on us that we weren’t able to solve until the second half of the game, finishing us off with a final score of 11-2, knocking us out of the finals. That put us in a game for 3rd place against Beijing. The temperature had now peaked, and there were a lot of calls, but it went down to universe point, which we scored to take the game 5-4.
The whole team improved a lot and each player learned something new that they couldn’t do before. But the team is still young, and will have to learn to both improve their skills and perseverance through difficult emotional games. So, in the end, Sirens finished 3rd overall, and won the spirit award. Sky won Sirens’ best newcomer award; Xing was in the Mythical 7; and Kat was given Sirens’ MVPÂ award. The tournament showed that women’s ultimate is starting to take shape in China. Sirens will continue to be a big part of it and will keep working hard to improve their standing!
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