Ringette rolling

Ringette is beginning again, and it’s not a sport only for school-aged skaters. A women’s team in Enderby is just waiting for you to join.

Ringette is beginning again, and it’s not a sport only for school-aged skaters. A women’s team in Enderby is just waiting for you to join.

The Shuswap North Okanagan Women’s Ringette team, known as SNOW Storm, plays Wednesday evenings from 8 to 9 at the Enderby arena.

Although the age for the team to play in tournaments is over 30, younger players are encouraged to come out as well.  The women divide into two teams and play a game each week.

Players must have hockey skates, helmet with a ringette visor, throat protector, shin pads, elbow pads and gloves. Shoulder pads are advised, but optional. No experience is necessary.

The first practice is Wednesday, Oct. 5.

For more information, contact Marg Hagardt: mhagardt@gmail or Jan Naylor:  jnaylor@sunwave.net.

 

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