RINGSKATE 2016!

Ringette Manitoba wants to make sure that you are ready for the 2016/2017 Ringette season. Ringskate 2016 will focus on two of Ringettes most important skills; skating and shooting. Players of all ages and abilities can take advantage of this clinic to prepare for evaluations and tryouts or to get moving after a summer away from Ringette.

You get 6x 60 Minute Sessions for only $118.64! Every session is run by Ringette Manitoba certified Instructors with an Instructor to participant ratio of 1 to 5.

All sessions are run out of East End Arena.

U10 Registration

U12 Registration

12+ Session Registration

Power Skating Session (U12/U14/U16) Registration

2016 Garden City Aces win Gold

The U16 Garden City Aces team win Gold in the 2016 Transcona Ringette Tournament to beat Winakwa on January 17th, 2016

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ShawTV Winnipeg features NWRA provincial champions

For those with Shaw TV it will begin to air April 13th at 7PM (and repeats frequently until Wednesday, April 15th) on “Go! Winnipeg” on Shaw TV.

Thanks to all who agreed to participate.

Not only to the 4 players but as well as Paul Cayer, of KA Films the official Videographer of the WRL for taking the time and effort to provide some video of the games for Shaw to air.

Ringette4U

Ringette 4 U is an instructor led Ringette program focused on developing athletic abilities in children aged 3-8.

This program is a mixture of skill specific lessons and split ice games to expand the skill level of its participants while having even more games and fun competition. All the lessons are packed with fun and encourage participants to try new skills while playing appropriate games for their development.

Learn more about the Ringette4U program.

Move it or Lose it

There is a new “Move it or lose it” rule sent down by Ringette Canada for the 2013-2014 season. Please ensure that all your teams and coaching staff are aware and understand this new rule.

If the ring carrier puts them self in a position that they cannot move the ring play will be blown down and the ring will be awarded to the other team, even if they DO NOT have second possession

The Team in control of the ring will keep possession of the ring if the defending team puts the ring carrier in a position that they cannot move the ring and ARE NOT ACTIVELY checking

The ring carrier doesn't have to just be moving forward. If they are able to go backwards to side to side and they choose not to then they have chosen to stop the ring and will lose possession.

If you have any questions regarding this rule, send an email to senior_official@winnipegringette.com

Guidelines and Procedures 2015-16 Guidelines and Procedures 2015-16

Grey Cup Winners

0 - 0 = $25.00 Wendy Stumpf
29 - 29 = $25 Darcy Lankhout

1st quarter
13 - 10 = $200 Pam Cassidy
10 - 13 = $100 M. Tokariwski

2nd quarter
17 - 16 = $200 Lenny Leblanc
16 - 17 = $100 Jodi Lavallee

3rd quarter
19 -18 = $200 Vicky Pittman
18 - 19 = $100 Vic Hart

4th quarter
20 - 26 = $1000 Lori Dziewit
26 - 20 = 100 Ryan Buckmaster

Coaches / Managers

If you want to sign your team up for tournaments you can find a listing on the MRA Tournaments Page.