Have you ever thought about becoming a Ringette referee? Here’s your chance!
The Calgary Officiating Committee is seeking applicants interested in keeping in shape, meeting new friends and giving back to the sport. Remember, without our officials we don’t have a game!
For more information visit the Become a Referee Page.
The “2015 Western Canadian Ringette Championships Legacy Scholarships” have now been awarded. Applicants were scored based on their commitment to the sport of Ringette through playing, coaching, officiating and other volunteer activities as well as school and community participation and service.
Congratulations to Erin Williams and Rachel Grant who each received $1000.
Jaimie Nelson Awarded Ringette Alberta Senior Official of the Year:
This award is given to an official that has been active more than 5 years, and demonstrates strong performances and commitment to the sport.
This last year has been a year of great accomplishments for our Senior Official of the Year, Jaimie Nelson. Not only did she officiate at the Canada Winter Games in February 2019, but she also was one of three officials from Canada selected to officiate at the World Ringette Championships in November of 2019. She became Alberta’s only Level 5 official by attending several CRCs, officiating the NRL, and attending AA Provincials consistently. She is also a Provincial certified evaluator, has supervised AWGs, and instructs clinics whenever her very busy life allows.
Recently Ringette Calgary has received some queries as to the methodology for published tiebreakers for team rankings for the following:
1. Provincial Playdowns
2. U12 Regionals
3. City Championships
Please find a document providing clarification here.
It was an amazing weekend of ringette at the 2020 Alberta AA Provincials in Spruce Grove. Congratulations to the following teams who finished in the medal rounds and qualified for WCRCs (U14AA) and CRCs (U16AA/U19AA):
- U14AA Red – Gold
- U14AA White – Silver
- U16AA Tenacity – Bronze
- U16AA Force – 4th
- U19AA Strike – Gold
- U19AA Blade – Silver
The Western Canadian Ringette Championships will be held March 25-28 in Prince George, BC.
The Canadian Ringette Championships are from April 6-10th in Ottawa, ON.
The 2020 AB Winter Games were held in Airdrie from February 14-17, 2020.
Congratulations to our Zone 3 team who brought home the gold medal.
Due to the COVID-19 Outbreak, some City Championship series could not be completed.
To view the champions in the divisions which were complete prior to March 13th visit the 2020 Calgary City Championships page.
The following information is from the RAB site regarding Coach Absences.
Please check through the Team Staff Policy (#10), especially as it relates to these FAQs:
- 10.4.4 Minimums and Maximums on the Team Registration Form (TRF)
- 10.4.5 Minimums and Maximums on the Player’s Bench during games
- 10.4.6 Age Requirements
- 10.4.8 Acceptable Absence of Team Staff
Children’s Ringette Game Modifications
from Ringette Alberta
Parameters & Enforcement
It has come to our attention that, unfortunately, some local associations and individual coaches are not following the prescribed game modifications for Active Start and U10 Step 1. Specifically, Active Start players playing half ice games and the 90 second shift length being modified. Read More
Here is a summary of the 2019-2021 Rule Changes:
Please be advised that it is mandatory for all Calgary teams who have participated in ANY tournament (except the Esso Golden Ring) to complete a Tournament Attendance Form.
The form is to be completed AFTER attending the tournament.
It will only take a couple minutes but is critical information for our association as we move forward.
Thank you for your anticipated compliance.
A list of deadlines and dates for Zone 123 League has been posted under the “League” tab. Click here to visit the page.
Looking for clinics for this season? As information becomes available you will find clinic dates and registration on the Ringette Alberta website.
Open A, B, C Ringette is organized through the Calgary Open Ringette Association (CORA) and includes two post-secondary teams – UofC and MRU.
Those interested in joining or trying out for a team please visit the CORA website for more information.