Team Practice and coaching clinic at Midrand Paintball

Midrand Paintball -180 Graham Rd, Glen Austin Midrand
Date: Saturday 24 May 2014
Time: 11am

No previous experience in paintball needed
If you don’t have own equipment, we will provide it for you

Cost R100 p/p

Field paint to be used. Buy on the day @ R300 per box of 2000. (Only available to
paid players participating in this event)

For more info visit www.nsupl.co.za or email vanessa@nsupl.co.za / paul@nsupl.co.za

NSUPL Gauteng Event 1 27 Jul 2014

We are excited to announce the first NSUPL for Gauteng in 2014.

Get yourself and your team from your school/university registered by following this link:

Register you and your team today

Rules:

SARPL/PSP

Player Regulation:
Must be 3 players from the same school/university. University players must be full-time registered at the university they will play for.
Must provide proof of attendance at school/university.

Players/Teams must register on APPA

Divisions:
School division (Gr.7-Gr.12)
College division (College/University)

Format: Tactical Race-to-2
BPS: Max 12.5bps PSP Ramping
Paintballs: Max 500 paintballs per team per point
Game Time: 3min per point (max 3 points)

Cost: R300 per team
Field Paint Only – Paint must be bought from the venue

For more information e-mail vanessa@nsupl.co.za for more information or paul@nsupl.co.za / 083 449 9819.

Get Seen

Get your school seen.

Get bragging rights as the best school paintball team in your province or even ultimately in South Africa.

  1. Join or start a school club for your school/university or area
  2. Find at least 2 friends from the same school/university to join you
  3. Connect with your local field that will host NSUPL events
  4. Sign up for a provincial NSUPL event when they are announced.
  5. If your team win the provincial event they can claim the NSUPL Provincial Champion title and your team will go to the NSUPL National Championships where they will get the chance to claim the title as the NSUPL Champion in SA.

The NSUPL Starts

The NSUPL was started during 2012 when Paul Grobler saw a need for a competitive league where players from the same school or university could compete against each other in a safe, fun and family friendly environment.

Alot of planning has gone into this league and we believe that it will create a new experience for new as well as experienced players to enjoy the sport.

During the following months more information will become available as schools starts with their local paintball clubs and join local fields to become part of the NSUPL.

Teams will compete in club events at their local field and once a year there will be a provincial event where teams can compete for top spots to also compete in the national event where the teams from various provinces will compete to be crowned the best SA team in their respective division.