Looking for Sponsors and Donors to West Coast Classic

Richmond Ringette Association will be hosting its 19th annual West Coast Classic tournament January 9-11, 2015 at the Richmond Ice Center. We will have over 900 athletes coming from all over BC and Alberta; this is the second largest ringette tournament on the West Coast. 

We are always looking for local businesses and individual sponsors to support our association and teams. Your company will be recognized on entrance banners posters on our website and social media. More sponsorship information.

Coaching Evaluation Form

RRA is seeking parent and player feedback on coaching. This feedback is annonymous and will be shared with your coach to help make improvements to the coaching. Please fill out this form by December 30, 2014. 

RSVP to Winter Wonderland and Potluck Party

RRA is hosting it's annual Christmas party on Saturday December 20th at Minoru Arena. There will be a family skate from 10-11:30am, followed by a potluck from 11:30-1pm at Minoru. Please RSVP by December 13th

Hotels for West Coast Classic

Several hotels are offering discounted rates for West Coast Classic participants. 


Ringette schedule for Oct 

Is now available on this schedules page.


September 20th Newsletter

Richmond Ringete Association published its first newsletter with plenty of updates for players and parents. Read for important information and updates.

Registration on-going for 2014/15 year

We are still accepting registrations for all divisions. There are two ways to register for ringette. You can go to the Registration page on the website or you can register on the Karelo website by following this link to Karelo. If you have any questions or issues regarding registration, email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


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What is Ringette?


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.

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