Congratulations to our U14 Team NB 1 (Stingers) who has won gold at the Eastern Ringette Championship this past weekend in NS, beating Quebec 3 to 2 in the final game. This is the third time that NB team reaches this mile stone for this division. Way to go girls!!! Second row: Gilles Maltais …
Fellow Ringette Members! RNB is announcing its vacant positions on the RNB Executive that will become vacant as of May 2013. Vacant positions: President Director of coaching Director of officials – G.Landry might be interested in renewing his mandate for another term Director (curre...
Please take note the the Ringette New-Brunswick Annual General Meeting will take place Sunday May 5th, at the Arthur J. LeBlanc arena in Dieppe NB. The meeting will run from 1pm to 3pm.
The Volunteer awards will be presented to the winners right after the Annual General Meeting (same place). So don’t run away too fast and stay for a little treat!
RNB would like to thank all participants that had submitted their application for the 2012-2013 RNB scholarship. The decision was incredibly hard, but after reviewing all the applications a final decision was made by the committee and RNB would like to congratulate: Gabrielle Hibbert & Michelle Daigle
Gabrielle Hibbert- A grade 12 student from the FYRA association has already been accepted as a full time student at UNB for the upcoming season for a bachelor of science. Gabrielle has been with the FYRA association for over 10 years where she has won 3 awards for best defensive, 2 awards for MVP and 1 award for most sportsmanlike player. She had the opportunity to win many tournaments and championships during her ringette career. Having also many hours of volunteering under her belt, Gabrielle has been an official for 4 years. With that being said best of luck for your future endeavor Gabrielle.
Michelle Daigle- Also a very focused athlete and student has been accepted to the University of Moncton in Social Work. She has demonstrated in her application how devoted she is to ringette, having played for several years with the Chaleur Association as well as with the West Kent Hot Shots competitive league who has claimed gold in 2011. She has participated as a volunteer for relay for life for the last 3 years. Michelle was an assistant coach for the U9 program for 3 years in her home association and has also completed an officials workshop in 2010-2011. Michelle is known to be a devoted athlete to the sport and on the ice, displays guidance and character to the other players. Michelle, we wish you all the best in your future plans.