03 February 2011
Ringette is a fast-paced ice sport introduced in 1963 in North Bay, Ontario by Sam Jacks. Originally developed for girls, Ringette is played with a straight, tapered stick used to pass, carry, and shoot a rubber ring with the object being to score goals.
Ringette is played throughout Canada at many different levels, from house league to all-stars and in national and international competition. In Canada, 50,000 athletes, coaches, and officials call Ringette their sport.
Ringette Celebrates 50 Years in Canada!!
Congratulations Troy Takasaki
At the BC Ringette Association annual general meeting this past weekend I proudly accepted this award on behalf of Troy. Everyone in the room acknowledged the hard work and dedication that Troy has put into all his teams over the years. Many came up to me and said that Troy is so deserving of this award and they only wished they could have a volunteer coach such as Troy to work with their association and their players.
Richmond Ringette is so thankful to have Troy and we say Thank You, Thank You, Thank You!
President - Richmond Ringette
Registration for the upcoming Season