Equipment Swap

For the first time, we’ll be hosting an Equipment Swap on Sunday, September 12th from 3:00-5:00 PM at Ladner Leisure Centre. If you have gently used equipment that’s been outgrown or no longer needed, bring it to the rear parking lot at 3:00 PM. We’ll have tables set up and you are welcome to sell or give away your ringette equipment (you’ll be responsible for handling the money and setting the price for your own equipment – please no expired helmets or broken gear). Athletes looking for used equipment, come on by and see if there’s something that you can use!

Come Try Ringette

We have a Come Try Ringette scheduled for Sunday, September 12th at 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM  (on the ice from 3:30-4:30 PM) at Ladner Leisure.

Pass the word on and encourage friends to try it out. Registration will be open soon at www.cometryringette.ca.

Masters –Recreational Program

A Ringette Program for Adults 25yrs+ Saturdays –9:15 PM to 10:15 PM at Minoru Arena.

The Program

Masters Recreational is a program that supports adult ringette development. It is not a competitive ringette program. There will be a wide range of skill levels at this program. Each week will be a short warm-up followed by a scrimmage. Teams will be balanced. Program includes 12 to 15 ice times (2-3 ice times per month). Season runs mid-September to early-March.

Registration

Register online a twww.richmondringette.com select“Masters -Recreational” Registration is required – no drop-in

Fees

$300–includes RingetteBC Insurance

$217 –if you are currently registered with another Association and have Ringette BC Insurance coverage

Information

registrar@richmondringette.com

The Fine Print

  • There will be 12-15 ice times (2-3 per month). These ice times are when the Masters –Team do not have a home game.
  • The ice time will include a 5 minute warm-up; 50 minute scrimmage; 5minute cool down time.
  • Each session will be supervised by a certified coach and may have a referee.
  • Players will be required to bring a dark and light jersey to each session.
  • Full ringette gear is required as this is a Ringette BC sanctioned program.
  • Participants must complete paperwork including waivers prior to first session.

If you are looking for a more competitive level of play, Richmond also has a Masters –Team which includes the Recreational Program and home and away games against other associations and tournaments. For more information, please contact Tannis Tapley at registrar@richmondringette.com