Your help is needed to build a strong ringette community in St. James!

If you have ideas and want to give back to the ringette community, this is your opportunity to get involved with the St. James Ringette Association (SJRA).  The Annual General Meeting is on Sunday, May 31 from 2:00-4:00 p.m. The online meeting information will be posted 5 days prior to the meeting on the SJRA website at 
Bring your expertise, on or off the ice, and become a volunteer on the SJRA Board.
The following positions are up for renewal at the AGM. Positions include:
Vice President
Registrar (vacant)
WRL Representative (vacant)
Coaching Development 
Player Development 
Minor Officials (vacant)
R4U Representative
Ice Scheduler (vacant)
Our mission, as a board, is:
To provide guidance and assistance to all players, coaches, administrators and officials at all skill levels and across all age groups who currently play or wish to play within SJRA
To ensure all participants have fun while learning and developing their skills to enjoy the sport of ringette for as long as they wish to play
To develop and promote sportsmanship, friendships, and a strong sense of community within a safe, bully free and encouraging environment.

We are already working on many changes as a board to support this mission – including a review of our constitution, policies and code of conducts.  The new constitution will be rolled out and discussed during the AGM. This is your chance to get involved and help build a positive ringette community together for everyone.

SJRA is looking for someone to become “Come Try Ringette” certified and to run a Come Try Ringette event(s) on behalf of SJRA. This commitment is approx. 20 hours total. 

This is not a SJRA Board position but you would work closely with our SJRA R4U Rep, Jennifer Biggs.
Contact if you have questions or are interested in taking on this role of becoming a SJRA Come Try Ringette Event Coordinator. 

Ringette Manitoba Awards

Do you know a coach who is an inspirational role model, a volunteer who goes above and beyond, an official who shows respect for coaches, other officials, players and spectators? If yes, nominate them for a Ringette Manitoba award.

Please take the time to nominate a deserving person for one of Ringette Manitoba’s Awards.  


Ringette Manitoba is looking for nominations for the following awards:

1. Coach of the Month

2. Coach of the Year

3. Volunteer of the Year

4. Official of the Year

5. Hall of Fame – Player

6. Hall of Fame – Team

7. Hall of Fame – Builder

Scholarships and Bursaries

Ringette Manitoba is now accepting applications for the following:

1. Ringette Manitoba Scholarship (one to a rural player, one to an urban player for $750 each)

2. Ringette Manitoba Bursary (six bursaries will be awarded – two to a AA player, two to an A player and two to a B player for $500)

To qualify for the bursary, you must be in your third year of U19 this season.

The deadline for all of the above is May 15, 2020. Any nomination/applications submitted after the deadline will not be accepted.

Forms for all of the above can be found here –

Instructor Clinic Registration

Ringette Manitoba is looking for of some high energy dynamic Ringette players who are interested in becoming Player Development Instructors to share their love of the game with all of the younger Ringette players in Manitoba!

Ringette Manitoba’s Player Development Instructor Clinic will certify you to work at all Ringette Manitoba camps and clinics during the season including our Player Development Academy, Ringette4U Program, Gym Ringette and Come Try Ringette Events. Applicants must be 16 or turning 16 by December 31st, 2020. There will be no exceptions. 

This season, registration for the Instructor Clinic will NOT be on a first come, first serve basis. Those interested will need to complete an online application. This does not guarantee acceptance in the clinic. All applications will be reviewed and those successful will be provided with registration information. A maximum of 20 applicants will be selected, based on the information provided. 

Unfortunately at this time we are unable to confirm a date for the clinic. Once we are able to book a date those accepted will be notified of the date and given a link to complete registration. The time commitment for the clinic will be approximately 10 hours of classroom/on ice training. After the completion of the clinic, participants are required to shadow a Level 4 Instructor for one ice time, and complete five training hours. Training hours are just that, training, therefore these are not paid hours. Once the clinic and all on ice hours are completed you will be ranked at a Level 1 and paid at that rate, until you receive an evaluation recommending you to a higher level. There is no cost to complete the application of interest. If selected to register the cost will be $100.00 plus GST – includes on-ice instructor soft shell jacket. There is no cost to complete the application of interest.Those who are selected will be required to pay the registration fee. 

There is no cost to complete the application of interest. If selected to register the cost will be $100.00 plus GST – includes on-ice instructor soft shell jacket. There is no cost to complete the application of interest.

*There is no cost to apply. Those who are selected will be required to pay the registration fee.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:  Friday May 1st, 2020

2020 Player Development Instructor Clinic – APPLICATION