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Provincial A, B & C Championships

BC Ringette Provincial Championships 2016
Host Lower Mainland Ringette League


Provincials Schedule for A and B Championships


Please note this schedule is not final and is subject to change. 

Committment to Attend List - updated January 7, 2016

For Registration of Provincials teams are to submit: one cheque for $800, one cheque for $200. A Teams and U14AA teams Committing to attend WCRC 2016 are to submit a third cheque with their C2A package for $250.

BC Provincial A Championships & U14AA Provincial Championships
Provincial A Championships for Divisions U14AA, U16A, U19A, and Open (18+) A 

Dates: March 4th to 6th
Location: Planet Ice Delta (formerly Great Pacific Forum), Delta
The U14AA, U16A, U19A, and Open A Provincial Champions will qualify for Western Canadian Ringette Championships (WCRC) to be held March 24th to 26th in Richmond, BC 

BC Provincial B Championships & U14A and U14B Provincial Championships 

Provincial B Championships for Divisions U14A and U14B, U16B, U19B, Open (18+) B
Dates: 11th to 13th
Location: CanLan Ice Sports, North Vancouver

BC Provincial U16AA Championships

Provincial U16AA Championships
Dates: March 11th to 13th
Location: Kelowna, BC
U16AA Teams qualify for Canadian National Ringette Championships to be held in London, Ontario April 3rd to 9th. 

Commitment to Attend (C2A) online forms are due for Submission by December 1st. Please submit all cheques to the BCRA office by December 31st. Teams that withdraw their C2A application by December 31st will receive a full refund. Teams that withdraw after the December 31st deadline will not receive a refund. 

2016 Western Canadian Ringette Championships March 23-26 Hosted by Richmond Ringette Association. Please see the WCRC Website for more details.   

NOW ACCEPTING BIDS FOR

2017 BC Ringette Provincial Championships.

Ringette BC is looking for proposals from Associations to host the 2017 Provincial A, B, OPEN & AA Championships in March 2017. As per the League rotation the Northern Ringette League is slated to host the 2017 Provincial Championships. Lower Mainland Ringette League Associations to Host the Open A and B Provincial Championships

Proposals are encourage for the U14-U19 A and B Divisions and for the 18+ A and 18+ B Divisions.  


BC Provincial A Championships
Provincial A Championships for Divisions U14A to U19A 
Possible Dates: March 3rd to 5th or March 10th to 12th 
As the U16 and U19 Provincial Champions are qualify for Western Canadian Ringette Championships (WCRC) the Provincials must be held a minimum of two weeks in advance of the start of WCRC. 

BC Provincial B Championships
Provincial B Championships for Divisions U14B to U19B
Possible Dates: March 10th to 12th or March 17 to 19th
Can be held in conjunction with Provincial A Championships

BC Provincial OPEN A & B Championships
Open (18+) Provincial Championships will be hosted in the Lower Mainland. BCRA is seeking bids by LMRL Associations or Open Teams to host the Open Provincials. As Open A is eligible for WCRC the Open A teams must have a Provincial winner two weeks prior to the start of WCRC. 
Possible Dates: 
March 3rd to 5th or March 10th to 12th
To assist with the cost of travel for Open teams outside of the Lower Mainland and to encourage growth of the Open division in rural areas a $10 per player fee will be paid by each LMRL Open player at the start of the 2016 season to assist teams travelling from outside the Lower Mainland to attend Provincial Championships.

BC Provincial AA Championships
Provincial AA Championships for Divisions U14AA to U19AA 
Possible Dates: February 25-26th 
U14AA Teams qualify for Western Canadian Ringette Championships. U16AA and U19AA qualify for Canadian National Ringette Championships.

Please submit Bid proposals BCRA office by March 13th, 2015 at 2017provincials@bcringette.org

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2015 Provincial "A" and "B" Championships

Proudly Hosted by Greater Vernon Ringette Association.

March 6, 7 and 8, 2015

Results:

U14A   U14B  
Gold CPMRA Gold Westside
Silver Vernon Silver Delta
Bronze Kelowna Bronze Kelowna
4th  SWRRA 4th  Prince George
5th Delta 5th Houston
U16A   U16B  
Gold Kelowna Gold Kelowna
Silver Vernon Silver Fraser Valley
Bronze Richmond Bronze Westside
4th  Shuswap 4th  Vernon
5th Prince George 5th Terrace
U19A   U19B  
Gold Kelowna Gold Kelowna
Silver SWRRA Silver Burnaby NW
Bronze Fraser Valley Bronze PCRMRA
4th  Vernon 4th  Prince George
  5th SWRRA
18+A   18+B  
Gold Kelowna Gold PCRMRA
Silver Prince George Silver Burnaby NW
Bronze SWRRA Bronze Vancouver
4th  CPMRA 4th  Fraser Valley

2015 Provincial Championships Fair Play Awards
Congratulations to the following teams for their exemplary display of sportsmanship.  The results are determined from the ballots cast by the teams and the on-ice officials.
U14B - Kelowna, U14A - Delta
U16B - Kelowna, U16A - Surrey White Rock
U19B - Shuswap, U19A - Surrey White Rock
18+B - Vancouver, 18+A - Surrey White Rock

The awards will be presented to the Associations at the 2015 AGM Conference Awards Banquet May 23, 2015 at Sun Peaks, Kamloops

2014 Provincial A,B & C Championships

PRINCE GEORGE March 6-9 2014

Provincial Championship scores :

Full Results:

U14A Division:  U16A Division:  U19A Division:  U14B Division:  U16B Division: 
1.      Kelowna 1.      Vernon 1.      Fraser Valley 1.      Prince George 1.      Prince George
2.      Port Coquitlam 2.      Delta 2.      Surrey White Rock 2.      Shuswap 2.      Shuswap
3.      Vernon 3.      Richmond 3.      Kelowna 3.      Quesnel  3.      Terrace
4.      Fraser Valley 4.      Kelowna 4.      Shuswap 4.      Kelowna Fair Play: Terrace
5.      North West Van 5.      Port Coquitlam 5.      Vernon 5.      Vernon
Fair Play: NWV Fair Play: Delta Fair Play: Fraser Valley Fair Play: Kelowna


Important Note: Team entry fees (commitment to attend) for 2015 are due no later than January 1st. The entry fee MUST be paid to "BC Ringette" when a team confirms attendance by filing a BCRA Commitment to Attend Form.
*As part of the commitment process, all payments (including team entry fees) are processed upon receipt. Payments post dated beyond the applicable registration deadline will NOT be accepted. Payment is required to complete team registration)






Team Adjustment Forms: Any changes to the team rosters (players or bench staff) must be submitted online using the Team Adjustment Form (these will not be accepted at the event). Please note that any changes to your roster (players or coaches) differing from your Karelo Team Registration Form (TRF) will require you to complete this form ahead of time.
 

IMPORTANT:
Only Team Adjustment Forms related to unexpected events such as injury or illness will be accepted after February 21st, 2016.
If you require assistance with making a team adjustment, please contact BCRA: technicalcoordinator@bcringette.org
 



 BC Provincial A, B and C Conference Championships

Game Rules

The BC Provincial Championships shall adhere to the Ringette Canada Official rules as outlined in the current Ringette Canada Rule Book.  The latest version of the Ringette Canada Shot Clock Rule shall be used in all games.  In the event that errors or omissions are found in reproductions of BCRA policy appearing in, but not limited to, tournament programs and information sheets for coach’s tournament packages, the current BCRA Policy (as per the BCRA website) shall prevail. This is to include re-prints of tie-breaking rules.  All participants are required to have signed the appropriate BCRA Code of Conduct.  Contraventions of the Code of Conduct will result in sanctions that can include for example: forfeit of games, ejection from the tournament.

The following are non-playing rules, which will be in effect for the event.

1.      There will be zero tolerance for unsportsmanlike behavior by bench staff and players before, during, and after games are completed.

2.      Teams must be ready to go on the ice 10 minutes prior to the original start time of the game, and be ready to start playing within 5 minutes of the game time. The Officials decide if the game starts early.  Medal games do not start before the posted start time.

3.      Teams must start the game in the end that they are warming up in. Should the home team enter the playing surface after the visiting team, they must proceed directly to the end that they wish to begin play.

4.      Teams will be given a 3-minute warm-up prior to starting the game, and a 1-minute rest in between periods. For U14 divisions, periods are 18 minutes long; for U16 and above, periods are 20 minutes long. The shot clock will be used for all Provincial games.

5.      Should a team wish to warm up their alternate goalie in between periods, they may do so but with only one player and 2 rings. The goaltender and skater must proceed to the end in which they will be defending at the start of the next period.

6.      In the case of a possible colour conflict, the judgment is left to the on-ice Officials. If the Officials feel that there is a colour conflict, the visiting team must change jersey colours. The host will provide alternate jerseys. Should a team not wear their approved association colours as outlined the BCRA Policy Manual Appendices, then they will forfeit their right of sweater colours, in case of colour conflict.

7.      When a team is up by 10 goals, the remainder of the game is running time. The losing team, however, has the option to continue the game with stop time. The team leading by 10 goals is not allowed to pull its goalie in the last two minutes of the game, except for a delayed calling of a penalty.

8.      Penalized players sit in the penalty box closest to their own team.  If the penalty box is on the opposite side of the ice surface to the player’s bench, the penalized player sits in the penalty box directly across the rink from their team.  Only persons authorized by the Tournament hosts can be in the penalty boxes or time keeper’s box during play.

9.      For Semi-Final and Medal games, all games will be played until a winner is declared. Should the game end regulation time in a tie, an additional period of equal length shall be played until a goal is scored. A coin toss will be done to decide who gets the ring to start play in the first overtime period. The home team shall call “Heads” or “Tails” while the coin is in the air. The winner of the coin toss receives the ring to start play and the other team has choice of ends. Should another overtime period be required, the teams switch ends. Each team will receive one additional time out for each overtime period played.

10. Players are allowed to play in one division only in one Provincial Championship only. 

11. Protest and/or grievance procedures will be followed as outlined in the BCRA Policy Manual.

12. There shall be no more than 5 team staff allowed on the bench at any time. Each team staff shall be appropriately qualified for their position recorded on the Official Game Report: Head Coach, 2 Assistant Coaches, Trainer, and Manager.  One of those must be a qualified female coach, 18 yr. of age or older (U19 and below). Game sheets must be signed by ALL team staff.  Teams with an approved apprentice-coach must record the apprentice’s name on the bottom of the Official Score Report form

13. Sportsmanship Award is based on one vote per team, to be voted on by the players after each game. Score sheets will not be released until vote received. The Officials will get one vote after each game.

14. A Team Adjustment Form must be submitted online to BCRA a minimum of seven (7) days prior to the event. It is against policy rules to use ineligible players and/or ineligible team staff during, before, or after a game. Unqualified staff may not go near or on the bench, or participate in any way during the game.

Tie-Breaking Rules

1.  Tie games will stand in round robin play. Teams will receive two (2) points for a win, one (1) point for a tie, and zero points for a loss.

2.  Breaking of Ties in Standings

NOTE: In ii), v) and vii) the maximum difference (spread) between goals for and goals against that will be counted per game is SEVEN (7) goals.

The maximum Goals FOR that will be counted per game is seven (7) more than the Goals AGAINST.

If a team(s) has forfeited a game, that team(s) shall be given the lowest position(s) amongst the tied teams. The score of a forfeited game shall be 7-0.

The procedures, in most cases, will declare the team(s) in individual rankings. However, in some cases teams may be tied within the rankings (i.e. in a four way tie for first in a round robin, the procedures could place a team clearly in first, two teams tied for second/third and one team in fourth). In these cases, the procedures shall revert back to i) in order to break the tie between teams, within ranking positions.

When two (2) or more teams have an equal number of points after the completion of the round robin games, the ranking of the tied teams will be determined in the following order:

i) The teams will be ranked in order of the winner(s) of more games between each other during round robin play. The tied teams MUST have played each other or the procedure starts with v) unless one of the tied teams have beaten all other tied teams in which case that team is ranked highest and the procedure reverts back in order to break the tie within the remaining ranking positions.

ii) If still tied, the teams will be ranked in order of the largest (positive) net difference between Goals FOR minus Goals AGAINST in the games between the tied teams.

iii) If still tied, the team(s) will be ranked in order of the most Goals FOR in games between the tied teams. The maximum Goals FOR that will be counted per game is seven (7) more than the Goals AGAINST.

iv) If still tied, the teams will be ranked using the following formula in games between the tied teams:

Goals For + Goals Against

Goals Against

v) If still tied, the teams will be ranked in order of the largest (positive) net difference between Goals FOR minus Goals AGAINST in games against all teams.

vi) If still tied, the teams will be ranked in order of the most goals FOR in games against all team.

vii) If still tied, the tied teams will be ranked in order of the least total Goals AGAINST in games against all teams.

viii) If still tied, the teams will be ranked in order by applying the formula in iv) to all games.

ix) If still tied, the teams will be ranked in order of the fewest penalty minutes in games against all teams.


2013 PROVINCIAL "A" CHAMPIONSHIP GAME RESULTS:
(click here)

2013 Provincial A Championship Final Standings

U14A

U16A

U19A

18+A

1st - Vernon
2nd - Kelowna
3rd - Richmond
4th - Port Coquitlam  
5th - Fraser Valley
1st - Vernon
2nd -Kelowna
3rd - Surrey-White Rock  
4th - Port Coquitlam
5th - Fraser Valley 
1st - Quesnel
2nd - Fraser Valley   
3rd - Kelowna
4th - Shuswap
5th - Delta
1st - Fraser Valley
2nd - Richmond
3rd - Burnaby-New West
4th - Kelowna
5th - Port Coquitlam
 

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