There were frisbee flying all over the Lakeside playing fields this past weekend as 17 teams took to the Heritage City to compete in Disc Break 2017.
The annual tournament attracted players from Saskatoon to Seattle and Missoula, Montanta to Edmonton.
Business Business, a team consisting of players from Edmonton & Vancouver, captured the top prize for the third consecutive season.
Rogue Hippo of Edmonton finished second with Saskatoon's Bunny Thugs third.
Nelson's Homegrown, which defeated Business Business during the weekend, finished in seventh spot.
More than 250 players attended the two day event.
Final Top Ten Standings Include:
- Business Business (Edmonton/Vancouver)
- Rogue Hippo (Edmonton)
- Bunny Thugs (Saskatoon)
- Fiesta (Spokane)
- Mental Toss Flycoons (Missoula)
- Mastadon (Vancouver)
- Homegrown (Nelson)
- Dorkel (Vancouver)
- Lit (Calgary)
- BBQ Dads (Kelowna)