Langley to co-host ringette champs

Fraser Valley Ringette Association and the Surrey-White Rock Ringette Association host B.C. Ringette’s 2013 Provincial House Championships

The Fraser Valley Ringette Association and the Surrey-White Rock Ringette Association have been selected as hosts of B.C. Ringette’s 2013 Provincial House Championships.

As host for these important end-of-season events, each association will welcome hundreds of participating athletes, volunteers and their families.

Fraser Valley Ringette will host the Provincial “A” Championship event at the Langley Sportsplex from March 1-3, 2013. Fraser Valley Ringette has a well established track record for hosting first class events including the annual Michelle Vandale Memorial Spirit of Winter Tournament and lasted hosted a BCRA provincial championship in 2003.

Surrey-White Rock Ringette will host the Provincial “B(C)” Championship at the Surrey Sport and Leisure Centre from March 22-24, 2013. Also an experienced association tournament host, Surrey-White Rock played host to a successful B.C. Ringette provincial championship event in 2005.

“We find ourselves in the wonderful position of starting the new season with our championship hosts already confirmed thanks to the efforts of these two great associations,” said B.C. Ringette Chair, Bill Woodley. “They have ensured that our athletes will have the opportunity to compete in these important events. We are extremely pleased that each association has chosen to enhance their commitment to the sport by hosting a provincial championship.”

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