SCRA hosts two tournaments during the season which teams may choose to enter. Teams are responsible to cover the entry fee into these tournaments out of their team funds.
Questions? Please contact email@example.com.
- Ava Esposito Memorial Tournament: October 11-13, 2019 at Spray Lakes
- Ring in the Holidays Tournament: December 6-8, 2019 at Seton YMCA and Great Plains Arenas
Esso Golden Ring Tournament
All SCRA teams are expected to enter Ringette Calgary’s Esso Golden Ring Tournament held in January each year in Calgary. Details about this tournament are available online at www.essogoldenring.ca. A few points to note:
- Teams are responsible to cover the entry fee into this tournament out of their team funds.
- Teams must provide volunteers to support the tournament, such as check-in table, scoresheet, timekeeper and shot clock volunteers. These roles may be considered for credits toward the SCRA Volunteer Bond. Managers will receive further information from the SCRA Volunteer Coordinator.
Teams do not have to attend any out of town tournaments but most teams will choose to attend at least one. They are a fun way of bonding between players and parents. Here are a few tips:
- A list of sanctioned tournaments with application deadlines can be accessed on the Ringette Alberta website. You may want to ask parents which ones they would be interested in attending.
- Apply right away as there are closing dates to consider. Many tournaments fill up quickly and it can be difficult to get accepted.
- Be aware of the relevant Ringette Calgary and SCRA policies around Tournament Blocks, league game cancelations, and practice cancellations.
- Be sure to consider your team’s potential league playoff and provincial schedules before applying to tournaments in the 2nd half of the season.
- After your team has participated in a tournament, complete a Tournament Attendance Form on the Ringette Calgary website.
Ringette Calgary – Calgary City Championships
For the U12 and higher age divisions, the Ringette Calgary season will end with a city playoff tournament in February/March. Only Calgary teams (Zone 3) participate in these playoff games. A few points to note:
- The Ringette Calgary City Championship will include only Zone 3 teams and will be a double knockout series.
- Seeding will be determined based on team standings at the end of regular scheduled league games.
- Be sure to familiarize yourself with all the information in the Ringette Calgary rules & regulations, and other resources on the Ringette Calgary website. www.ringettecalgary.ca
Provincial Playdowns and Provincial Championships
Teams in U14 and older age divisions may choose to attend Ringette Alberta’s Provincial Playdowns.
Teams must submit their “Commitment to Attend” the Playdowns tournament (and Championships should they qualify) by December 15th. The online form is available on the Ringette Alberta website. Teams are responsible to cover the entry fee into this tournament out of their team funds.
Teams that qualify through the Playdowns will move on to participate in the Provincial Championships. There is an additional entry fee for this tournament which teams are responsible to cover out of their team funds.
Dates and locations for the Playdowns and Championships will be posted on the Ringette Alberta website. For more information on Provincials, please visit www.ringettealberta.com.
As of the 2019/20 season as part of the Children’s Ringette changes, U12 players will end their season with a league “Regional” championship rather than taking part in Provincials. Teams must submit their “Commitment to Attend” and entry fee by December 15th.
- Info and online form: www.ringettecalgary.ca/u12-regionals/
- U12 Regionals Technical Manual: https://ringettecalgary.ca/u12-regionals-1/
Ringette Calgary – AS/U10 Friendship Tournament
March 13-15, 2020 ► Information has been emailed to all of our AS/U10 teams. Please contact Cathy Six at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
For AS and U10 teams, the Friendship Tournament is a fun way to wrap up the season. This fun tournament is typically held in early/mid March while the older age divisions are participating in city, regional and provincial season-end playoffs. Keep checking the Ringette Calgary website for tournament info.
Teams are responsible to cover the entry fee, if any, for this tournament out of their team funds. Teams also traditionally exchange a small gift during the hand shake at the end of games (ie. some teams have handed out pencils, bookmarks, bracelets, etc.)