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Ringette is the Fastest Game on Ice!
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.
The greatest difference between Ringette and hockey is that the obstruction and interference that routinely occurs in hockey is prohibited in Ringette. Instead the player is required to use skill and speed in checking the opponent, resulting in a fast-skating, highly-skilled passing game.
Ringette is not hockey for girls!
Plus... boys are welcome and enrollment for boys is growing.
Fun & Friendships Happen on Ice!
Building strong, fit & confident kids.
Learn to skate
Non-contact sport with full protective equipment
a true team sport
Play recreationally or competitively.
Become a skilled athlete
Travel! Play locally, provincially, nationally and even internationally.