Canadian Ringette Championships
U16AA and U19AA teams must Commit to Attend the Canadian Ringette Championships by December 15 of the current season. Only teams that Commit will be eligible to qualify for the competition through the Provincial Championships. The Commitment to Attend form with Open October 1 of the current playing season and can be found at the bottom of the page.
At U16AA and U19AA, the winner of the Provincial Championships will earn the honor of representing “Team Alberta” at the Canadian Ringette Championships. Information regarding the expectations of Team Alberta can be found in the CRC Information Package – Team AB.
The Alberta teams that qualify for a spot at the CRCs will represent their Local Association/AA Club and their province on and off the ice at this prestigious event. The team information package regarding expectation for Club Teams can be found in the CRC Information Package – Club Teams.
Congratulations to our Alberta athletes from the 2019 Canadian Ringette Championships in Prince Edward Island.
NRL GOLD – Calgary Rath
U19AA Bronze – Calgary Rush
U16AA GOLD – Calgary Core
All Star Athletes:
U16AA – Cayleigh Hasell (Calgary Core), Kennedy Rice (Zone 2), Rachel McKerracher (Calgary Core)
U19AA – Kennedy Kryvenchuk (Calgary Rush), Kat Eamon (Team AB), Jenna Wolsey (Calgary Rush), Ann Sauve (Team AB)
NRL – Shaundra Bruvall (Calgary RATH), Brea Beck (Calgary RATH), Rachel Ung (Calgary RATH), Lindsay Vink (Edmonton WAM!)
National Ringette League Award Winners:
Top Goalkeeper – Brea Beck – Calgary RATH
Skills Competition & Toughest Competitor:
Erin Ung (Calgary Crew) – U16 Toughest Competitor
Agility Skating – U16 – Presley Stene (Zone 2)
– U19 – Shaelyn Corasiniti (Team AB)
Passing – U16 – Kirsten Dempsey (Calgary Core)
Accuracy Shooting – U19 – Tanishia Bridges (Zone 5 GRIT)