** please note our preferred method of registration is on-line **
All players must fill out, sign, and submit the original BC Waiver, RBC Medical Forms, and the Participant Agreement for the 2020 year (see below). This must be done prior to participation in any local association activities. Please bring to your first ice time and submit prior to stepping on the ice.
Mail In Registration:
Click here for paper registration WRA Registration
Mail in the following forms along with your payment cheque(s)
Westside Ringette is always looking for new players to join our teams. Do you have a child who is interested? There is even a Masters group for adults, so if you would like to join or for further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
*Players are grouped by age and skill levels, age of child by December 31 of the current year.
U10 is not a 1-year division. Someone who is 8 could register for either U9 or U10 depending on their experience and ability. For example, a new player with little skating/playing experience will likely register U9, while someone who has been on the ice for a few years and has played the game would register for U10.
Learn to Train - Community-based programming. Introduction to the game with modified rules. There is no “competitive” program. Team created on equal abilities distribution. No tiering. Players play all positions. Introduce team-building activities.
I AM on the Team - Community Program and Competition Program
Community Programs: Fun (socially motivated), balance between participation and competition. Ensure life-long participation in sport. Limited tiers. Skills are reinforced in real game situations.
Competition Programs: Fun (competitively motivated), balance between participation and competition. Tiers begins. Coaches empower athletes and include them in the decision making process. There will be try outs for this program.
Contact email@example.com for more information about this level of play.