Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Seniors on the Bow
Pot Luck starts @ 6 pm
Meeting 7 pm
2014 Spring Ringette
Registration Deadline March 15, 2014
2014 spring ringette.docx
Playdowns have started!
Come out and cheer on our home teams.
RINGETTE Bring a Friend Night!
U7- Tuesday, March 11 4:00-4:45 (Totem 3)
U9 - Tuesday, March 18 5:00-6:00pm (Red- Totem 1, Black- Totem 3)
U10 - Monday, March 17 5:15 - 6:15 pm (Red- Totem 1, Black Totem 2)
Come one, come all, come and try ringette!
Players, please invite your friends to come and try out the sport you LOVE!
They will need to have skates, a helmet and gloves or ski mitts. Encourage them to have as much protective equipment as possible. You can help them out by bringing extra equipment and any extra sticks you have.
Get the word out! Email this information to your friends and let's make this Bring a Friend Night super FUN!!!!!!
If you have any questions about this night you can email Jessica Powers at firstname.lastname@example.org
U7 & U9 Year End Bash March 15th
U10 Year End Bash March 16th
National Ringette School
Summer Camp in Cochrane
July 21-25, 2014
For more information thenrs.com
Congratulations to the winner of a trip for 2 on WestJet
5th Annual Cochrane Classic Ringette Tournament
Thank you to all!
The Cochrane Ringette Tournament Committee
Monday practices end March 10th
Tuesday practices end March 11th
Wednesday practices end March 12th
- U10 - Totem 3, 5:15 pm to 6:15 pm & 5:45 pm to 6:45 pm
- U16B - Totem 3, 8:45 pm to 9:45 pm
- U16A - Totem 3, 9:15 pm to 10:15 pm
U7 - Totem 3, 4:00 pm to 4:45 pm (starts Oct.8)
U9- Totem 1, 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm
U12C - Totem 3, 4:15 pm to 5:15 pm
U12B - Totem 2, 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm
U12A - Totem 2, 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
U14A - Totem 3, 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Athlete Development Update:
U9 and U10 Power Skating-
Goalie Development -
U12 Power Skating -
U14 and U16 Extra Ice (still to be fine tuned) -
The following is an excerpt from the Zone 2 Big Country Ringette President:
Changes to Provincial Championship Tournament Qualifications 2013-14
Starting in 2013 - 14 teams will no longer be participating in Zone Playoffs for the right to attend Provincials. Or in the case of there only being one team in a zone, that team will not be given a bye.
The new format will see PLAYDOWNS (this is different from PLAYOFFS, as in playoffs you play to an ultimate winner, playdowns you play to you determine the designated number of teams required to move on to the Provincials).
There will be a Northern Playdown and a Southern Playdown in the province. The top X number of teams from each of the south and the north will then join for the Provincial Tournament. Where the Province will be divided has not yet been announced.
All teams in a division will have the right to attend their respective playdowns (you will declare your intent to attend the playdowns similar to what you do now for Provincials). Date and place of the playdowns will be determined by Ringette Alberta and communicated early in the season. The goal of this revision is to try to bring more equity into the level of competition at Provincials~ ultimately you want the best of the best participating at this level and under the current "zone" structure this does not always occur.
Potential Changes to League Play - Southern League
With the implementation of changes to Provincials and the movement towards a uniform athlete assessment it was recognized that the value of playing strictly within your zone becomes less palatable. Currently we have teams that are having to travel to multiple tournaments to find meaningful competition.
We need to recognize that in order for our sport to grow we need to support one another, not just ourselves. If Associations across the province start to collapse, it won't matter if your Association is as strong as a horse if you have no one to play. For more information click on RAB Memo on South league Play