NCL Adult Finals Update #1

The NCL Adult Finals 2023 are just over a month away and we hope you’re as excited as we are! This is the first update on all things Adult Finals, so be sure to read carefully!

In this update:

Schedule Release



*: Please note this is a rough schedule and may be adjusted based on the number of competitors who clear Stage 1.

To see where you specifically will be running, see the official run order on the Finals page:

Competitor profiles

As previously announced, the livestream will be returning this year for the entirety of the NCL Adult Finals and the Australian Ninja Open.

To make sure our commentators can sprinkle in some fun tidbits during your run, we’re asking you to update the Profile Description in your profile on the Ninja Challenge League website with some key information you’d like to share with our commentators.

This can include key achievements, reasons you love ninja, background outside of ninja or other hobbies you think help (we’re sure Jake Baker’s time playing D&D is the secret to his success).

If you’re stuck, then just put the answers to the following questions:

While you’re at it, if you could update your occupation in the profile section as well that would be much appreciated!

Please endeavour to have these updated by midnight on Tuesday, September 19.

You can login to your profile here:

If you’re having any trouble finding your profile in MembershipWorks, shoot us an email and we’ll be happy to help.

Adult Finals Spectator Tickets

Spectator tickets for both days of the NCL Adult Finals are on sale now through Eventbrite.



A few things worth noting:


To accommodate more spectators and portable toilets, The Compound Training’s allocated on-site parking will be fenced off as an overflow spectator area, so there will be NO ON-SITE PARKING directly outside the venue.

No spectators or competitors are allowed to park in the business park, as the neighbouring businesses will be operating and require those parking bays for their customers.

The map below shows three sites where parking is available:

Allow at least 10 minutes of walking to reach the competition venue.

The Service Road on Dorset Road is the closest walk and will have the least impact on surrounding businesses.

Call for commentators

We’ve had some great commentators over the years, from Sandover and Smith, to Jack and Tom and on to Kadeem and Jake – but if you’ll look closely you’ll see they all have one thing in common and we’d like to get a more diverse mix at this year’s event.

We have already had some expressions of interest from a few people to commentate the Adult Finals, but if you’d also like to volunteer, shoot Mark an email at

It won’t be for the whole weekend, we’ll be having a rotation of commentators to make sure the audience gets a fresh experience and hears from many different voices.

If you’re a Finals competitor, Mark will make sure you have plenty of time between your commentator slot and when you are due to run so that it doesn’t affect your performance on the day.

If this is something you are interested in trying, please reach out before midnight on Tuesday, September 12.

If you have any questions about anything not covered here, please don’t hesitate to ask.

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