Proposed Revisions to the Constitution
On behalf of the Hamilton Ringette Association I ask that you please review the attached documents which will be discussed and voted upon at the next Annual General Meeting set for April 19 2015 at 4pm, at the Community Living Headquarters, 191 York Blvd, Hamilton ON L8R 1Y6.
Thank you Paul VriendsActing President
HRA Memo Constitution.pdf
HRA Constitution Draft Final February10.pdf
HRA Bylaws Draft.pdf
HRA Tag Day
The Hamilton Ringette Assocaition wishes to thank everyone who was involved with our first Tag Day on Sat. Jan 24th 2015. The day was a HUGE success and a lot of fun! Way to go HEAT!!
Hamilton's #1 Tournament Team!!!Hamilton U10 participated in the 21st Annual Burlington Ringette Tournament, once again bringing home the silver medal! Our girls are proving to be a tough team to play against as they battled hard and never gave up to twice come back from a two goal deficit and win! The coaches are very proud of each player as everyone made key contributions throughout the tournament to secure a place in the final. Our goalie Madison also continues to improve, leaving the other teams frustrated and confused!A special notice to all other challengers; you'd better get your fans out 'cause here comes the Heat!Go Hamilton!!!Photo Left to Right Back row: Coaches: Paul V, Matt, Ken, Sarah absent: Paul BMiddle row: Beth Van Zanden, Marisa Vriends, Hailey Bruzesse, Cecilia Eaton, Skylar GoodwinFront row: Maxime Bernier, Tatum Robertson, Hadley Diskos, Katelyn Leinster, Lucas Rankin, Jorja Weicker, Sienna GavinGoaltender: Madison Caron
Hamilton U10 Brings Home Silver !! Congratulations !!
The U10 Hamilton Ringette team participated in the St. Catharine’s 34th Annual Ringette Tournament bringing home the silver medal! Hamilton finished as the #1 ranked team based on goal differential thanks to a phenomenal performance by Madison Caron behind a solid defensive unit. Our team also scored an amazing 31 goals over 5 games! Best of all was seeing the kids bond as a team and progress so far in only a few short days! Way to go Heat!!!Team Picture with their silver medalsBack row left to right: Skylar Goodwin, Cecilia Eaton, Lucas Rankin, Tatum Robertson, Hailey Bruzzese, Beth van Zanden, Jorja WeickerFront row left to right: Katelyn Leinster, Sienna Gavin, Hadley Diskos, Madison Caron, Marisa Vriends, Maxime Bernier
Article by HAYLEY MICKThe Globe and Mail
sport is turning 50, and two events will define the occasion. First,
the world under-19 championship takes place in London, Ont., starting
this week and concluding Jan. 3. In December of 2013, the world ringette
championships will happen in North Bay, the northern Ontario city where
the sport was invented a half-century ago.The rest of the article can be found here