Skills Development (Richmond Hill Ringette)

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Ringette Skills Development: Learn the skills required for the game

Has your daughter already started skating on their own and are now ready to throw on equipment and start learning the some of the essential ringette skills in a fun environment? If so, then our 20-session Ringette Skills Development program may be perfect for you. In this program, players start to working on improving their basic skating skills along with developing ringette skills like: proper ringette starting position, shooting basics, passing and receiving basics and skating with the ring, all while playing games and having fun. This program is designed to prepare players to enter into our house league program or our U9 and U10 developmental teams.

Equipment: full ringette equipment is required, including a ringette cage on a hockey helmet. Not ready to make the initial investment in equipment, consider our equipment lending program, where we provide you with a full set of equipment for the year (deposit required).

Players who enter into our Ringette Skills Development program in the fall may be ready to graduate into playing house league in the winter.

  • Who: Players who have basic skating skills and are ready to take the next learning environment for ringette!
  • Who: This program is designed for players 6 to 10 years of age
  • When: Sundays from 3:15-4:15
  • Where: Tom Graham Arena
  • Cost: $250 for 20 sessions
  • From October 20th to March 29th (exclusions: no sessions between December 23rd and January 10th, no sessions February 2nd and March 22nd)
Where to from here? The next level of ringette learning is House League.

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Printed from rhringette.com on Thursday, November 21, 2019 at 9:30 AM