Announcing the theme for the 3rd Borneo Headhunters Hat is…. drum roll….”Rockin’ Born3o”!! Also, in time for this announcement, we are unveiling the logo for the Borneo HeadHunters Hat 2012 below. Special credit to Terry Wong of Tiny Robot for creating this cool logo. For more info on the artist, check out Tiny Robot.
So far, we have received 80 registrations since we first open up the tournament 3 weeks ago! Gentle reminder that BHH 2012 will be available to the first 120 paid registrants so get your entries in early to avoid disappointment! We are working hard in making sure this hat will be a rockin’ experience for players of all skill levels so don’t be shy if you have very minimal experience in Ultimate Frisbee. Less than 6 more months to go!
We are pleased to announce that the date for the 3rd Borneo Headhunter’s Hat is Saturday, 25th February 2012. There will be no increase in the registration fees and set at an affordable RM 60 per person, which includes the following:
A space in a team at the Borneo Headhunters Hat 2012
An official tournament t-shirt for your team
Water on the field
Accommodation discounts and other freebies from sponsors
Registration details will be announced soon but you can start looking out for fantastic deals on airlines now. Based on the tremendous interests we’ve received during our past tournaments, the tournament organizers have decided to cap the number of participants to the first 120 paid individuals or last registration date on 13th January 2012, whichever comes first. In the event that the cap is reached before the last registration date, individuals will be placed on a waiting list.
Banking details will be sent to you once we’re received your registration forms and verified your space. Due to budget constraints, players are required to pay the registration fees in order to confirm their registration and any players whose payments are not received on or before Sunday 15th January will not be confirmed registered!
A hat tournament is an open tournament where players are divided into balanced teams taking into account player’s abilities of catching, throwing, defense and speed. In order to achieve this balance, participants are reminded to be honest with their abilities. Beginners are expected to put mostly 1’s into playing abilities but they could put higher scores in speed ‘cause they’re just freaking fast runners whereas more experienced players are expected to put higher scores in playing abilities but it could mean they’re slower runners. Brutal honesty of your scores enables more balanced teams and a highly enjoyable tournament experience!