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Travel Guidelines 2015 Playdowns and Provincials

Travel Guidelines for 2015 Playdowns and Provincial Championships

Only an Environment Canada Weather Warning (see below) or a road closure as reported on http://511.alberta.ca/ that is in effect 1 hour before the scheduled departure time by the participating teams will constitute a valid reason for cancelling that game.

Departure time is defined as the required travel time as per Google maps (origin community to the destination community) plus 1 hour.

Weather Warning: When the temperature of -40°C or a wind chill of -50°C as measured at the departure or destination community at 06h00 on game day by Environment Canada.

Team staff should reference the cited weather and road report sources in advance of their team’s scheduled departure and have a contact procedure in place to communicate a cancellation to their team members. Team staff must report the cancellation by email, in advance, to Ringette Alberta.  When there is the potential for questionable road or weather conditions, Ringette Alberta will endeavour to monitor the reports and act proactively however the onus is still on the team saff.

Regardless of the road or weather conditions, team staff must make responsible travel decisions. Failure to show for a game when the previous conditions are not met will result in a forfeiture of that game but this does not mean a team should travel if it feels it is unsafe to do so. The final decision rests with the team knowing that a forfeiture is possible; if in doubt, saftey trumps a ringette game.

Cancelled games may or may not be rescheduled. In the event the game is not able to be rescheduled, it will be Ringette Alberta’s decision only how the cancelled game will affect playdown results or provincial championship results.

Playdowns Score Reporting

Please report game scores and game sheets here: Playdowns Score Reporting

All scores must be reported by 9:00 am of the day following the final game of your playdown pool. Game sheets must be submitted by the WINNING team.  You can either scan the game sheet or take a clearly legible photo with a smartphone or tablet and attach the file.

Congratulations to our scholarship recipients for 2014!

Ringette Alberta had up to four scholarships available to individuals who demonstrate high academic success and continued involvement in our sport. Not only did we see a record high amount of applications, but each truly showed their passion and support for the sport we love.

Ringette Alberta would like to congratulate the four recipients; Kendra Richards, Sydney Chodan, Jocelyn Stock, and Melissa O’Rourke. Each have had $1,500 issued to their post-secondary institution for their winter fees. 

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Alberta’s Ringette Summit Summary Available Now

Summit CoverOn November 15-16, 2014, members of the ringette community gathered for Alberta’s Ringette Summit to move important initiatives found in the current Ringette Alberta Strategic Plan forward from intention to action.

Alberta’s Ringette Summit Summary

Alberta CWG Invitational Tournament

Can’t wait til February 2015 to see Team Alberta play? We can’t either!

September 12-14, 2014 Edmonton will be hosting a Warm-Up Tournament for the Canada Winter Games teams. Featuring Manitoba, Nova Scotia, British Columbia, and our very own Team Alberta. Teams will play in a round robin tournament with finals taking place Sunday morning. This tournament will also feature exhibition games of the National Ringette League Teams; Calgary Rath and Edmonton WAM! taking on the provincial CWG team.

Click here for full schedules, team rosters and tournament details

AB CWG BROCHURE

Team Alberta – 2015 Canada Winter Games

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