Treasurer’s Info

Team Treasurer Responsibilities

The team Treasurer needs to work with the other team staff, the team manager, and parents to ensure that everyone is kept informed and organized. 

Pre-Season and Regular Season:

Manager’s/Treasurer’s meeting:  It is mandatory that Regina teams participating in the Regina Ringette league send a representative to the Manager’s/Treasurer’s meeting.  Any team failing to send a representative to this meeting will be invoiced a $50.00 fee to their team for not attending.  Your team will be notified by the commissioner of the meeting date (refer to playing rules).
Team Bank Account:  Team treasurers will need to open a team bank account.  Check with the bank to ensure that you will not be paying bank fees on the team account – Bank of Montreal and Conexus have good community accounts.  This account will require a signer (ideally the treasurer) and a co-signor (this is ideally not the coach or manager).

A letter from the team or the RRA Treasurer may be needed to achieve this.  The letter template below can be customized for your team and may suffice.  To acquire a signed letter from the RRA Treasurer, you will need to e-mail your request advising the names of the signer and co-Signer with at least 24 hours advance notice.

Team Account Letter – Word FormatPDF Format

Name your team account according to the following format:  “Division Level, Name, Ringette”.  Example: U14B Dynamite Ringette. Children’s Ringette teams do not need to include the division level.

Collect Start-up Funds:  Coordinate with the coach and manager and request an initial payment from each player based on the budget for the year.

Make yourself familiar with the team budget rules in the Regina Ringette Playing Rules (Children’s Ringette to U19B).  Team budgets must be within the applicable limits based on the age division.

Equipment Deposit and Performance Bond:  Each team is required to submit a performance bond which includes a deposit on any equipment provided to the team. Coordinate with your coach or manager to provide a cheque for your team’s bond. This bond is required before your team can collect any equipment. Please refer to the Performance Bond and Volunteer Hour Policy.
Collect Bingo and Credit Vouchers:  Team Treasurers are responsible for collecting and submitting bingo couchers, credit voucher & bring-a-friend vouchers from players. These should be submitted to the Treasurer using the form below.

Voucher forms will only be accepted three times a season per team.  No vouchers or voucher forms will be accepted after March 15th of each playing season.  Collect vouchers from as many players on your team as possible before submitting your form.  Forms along with copies of the vouchers can be submitted by email to the RRA Treasurer.  

Voucher Submission Form – Excel FormatPDF Format

Please read the full list of Regina Ringette Bingo Policies.

Regina Ringette Bingo Policies

* Bingo credits can only be used for players who are under the age of 21 at the start of the playing season
* Expired vouchers will not be accepted
* Bingo credits can be used for player registration, ringette/power skating camps, team practice ice, team power skating instruction, team tournament fees and team bus costs. Bingo credits cannot be used to buy equipment for an individual player, personal hotel expenses, gas, or food expenses or personal clothing purchases.
Track Team Finances:  All Regina Ringette teams must use the team financial spreadsheet. 

Team Financial Spreadsheet – Excel Format

This spreadsheet should be kept up-to-date throughout the season and will need to be e-mailed to the RRA Treasurer for review at the end of the season before your team will receive its equipment deposit and performance bond refund. Read the instructions below for completing the financial spreadsheet. Each team expense should be divided evenly amongst all players.  

Team Financial Spreadsheet Instructions

Bingo vouchers must be tracked separately from cash on the team financial spreadsheet.
A copy of the team financials must be provided to each of the parents/guardians prior to January 1st and by March 1st, or as requested by the parents, so that they are aware of their player’s account standing.
Collect Additional Funds:  Keep the team financial spreadsheet up-to-date throughout the season and ensure that each player has submitted the required amount of money into their account. Do not wait until the end of the season to try to collect on an outstanding balance.

End of Season:

Within 10 days of championship weekend, a copy of the team financial spreadsheet MUST be e-mailed to the RRA Treasurer for review in order to receive the equipment deposit and performance bond refund.

If your team’s wind-up has not taken place prior to the equipment return, the current statement should still be submitted for review.

At the end of the season, any balance (not including bingo credits) remaining in a player’s account needs to be returned to the parents along with a copy of the year-end financial spreadsheet.  RRA will make every effort to have bond refunds issued by May 1st; it is our expectation that teams will wrap-up their team accounts by May 15th.

No refunds should be provided until the review by the RRA Treasurer has occurred.

Bingo vouchers cannot be refunded at the end of the season.  For example, if a player’s team fees are $450 and they have paid using $500 in bingo vouchers, they cannot receive a cheque for the balance of $50.  Instead, the $50 must be paid to the RRA who will then issue a credit voucher to that player.

Regina Ringette will not issue receipts for team fees.

Contact the RRA Treasurer with any questions/concerns.

Children's Ringette

The Children’s Ringette program provides an age and stage appropriate physical activity experience for young ringette players under the age of 10.

Children’s Ringette is focused on creating opportunities that emphasize: 

  • age and stage appropriate activities
  • fun and play
  • grouping children based on skill and readiness
  • maximum participation and engagement
  • opportunities to practice learned skills
  • adapted game play (small area games and mini-nets)



The Children’s Ringette year is two seasons:

  • October to mid-December
  • January to mid-March

Each season will have a separate registration.

Registration fees cover approximately 10 ice-times per season.

Each ice-time will be a minimum of 45 minutes and a maximum of 60 minutes in length.



Regina Ringette offers a Learn to Play Program as well as three divisions in Children’s Ringette:

  • Learn to Play
  • FUNdamentals 1 (FUN1)
  • FUNdamentals 2 (FUN2)
  • FUNdamentals 3 (FUN3)


Learn to Play

The Learn to Play (LTP) division provides children with an introduction to the sport of ringette, offering an opportunity to learn with players of similar abilities.

The ice-times are focused on the development of skills such as skating and stopping, as well as ringette-specific skills like ring control and shooting.

Each ice-time will start with a group activity and then break into smaller, manageable stations to play and work through skills during fun activities.

Ice-times will be on Sundays, dates and times to be determined.

The cost of LTP is $150 per player for each 3-month season.

The LTP division includes children ages 4-8 with little or no skating experience.

LTP Leadership:

One Leader from the Regina Ringette Association will oversee the LTP group based on session plans that have been developed for the program.

Additional on-ice helpers, made up of Parent and Player Volunteers, will help facilitate each ice-time.

All on-ice volunteers will need to be insured through Ringette Saskatchewan, obtain a Criminal Record Check, and obtain the applicable courses deemed necessary by Ringette Saskatchewan and Regina Ringette.

LTP will also require Parent Helpers to volunteer as Off-Ice Greeters at the rink each session.  These parents will be responsible for the dressing room keys, the on-ice sign-in sheet and be present as a general contact.  No experience is necessary, and they will be in contact with the Director of Children’s Ringette for any concerns.


FUNdamentals Divisions:

 In the FUNdamentals divisions, new players will participate in on-ice skills evaluations at the start of the season to help place them into the appropriate division and draft them onto teams. Previous registrants will have a graded report card for placement.

Some of the factors being considered to evaluate the participants include:

  • falling and getting up
  • skating forward and backward
  • stopping
  • ring control - shooting and passing


Each team in the FUNdamentals divisions will have 3 certified Coaches, including at least 1 adult female. Coaches will help to evaluate the participants, draft the teams, and lead their team practices and games using Coaching resources from Regina Ringette. 

Regina Ringette will support all new Coaches through the Coach-the-Coach Mentorship program which will pair a Support Coach with each team and provide additional hands-on training, as well as practice manuals.

Anyone interested in Coaching can either apply at the start of the season on the Regina Ringette website, can indicate their interest on their child’s registration, or can contact the Director of Coaching or the Director of Children’s Ringette.

All on-ice coaches will need to be insured through Ringette Saskatchewan, obtain a Criminal Record Check, and obtain the applicable courses deemed necessary by Ringette Saskatchewan and Regina Ringette.

Once formed, each team will need additional Parent Volunteers to fill a Manager and/or a Treasurer position, as well as a Team Covid Safety Officer position.



FUN1 is for children who are new to ringette or new to skating, learning basic game structure, and still developing basic skills.

Each 45-minute ice-time will be divided into:

  • 30 minutes of practice time concentrating on the development of skating and basic ring skills, an introduction to some of the rules of ringette, as well as fun games and team activities.
  • 15 minutes of game time against another FUN1 team.


The Game portion of each ice-time will be:

  • Cross-Ice format
  • 3-on-3
  • No Goalies or goal creases
  • No Passing lines
  • 2-minute shifts (facilitated by the Coaches)
  • No officials
  • No Scoreboards or Standings
  • No Game sheets


The FUN1 division will have 10 ice-times each season, generally 1 per week, and ice-times may be any weekday evening or on the weekend.

Teams in this division will collect a nominal player fee to cover such things as:  the league equipment deposit, team clothing, team pictures and team bonding activities.



FUN2 is for children who have improved their skating ability, are ready to learn more rules of ringette, and have developed some basic skills.

Each 45-60 minute ice-time will be divided into:

  • 50-60% practice time concentrating on the development of skating skills, ring skills, passing, shooting, checking, basic goalie instruction, and an introduction to the rules and game concepts of ringette.
  • 20-30 minutes of game time against another FUN2 team.


The Game portion of each ice-time will include:

  • Half-Ice format
  • 3-on-3 skaters plus a goalie on each team
  • Goalies use goal sticks only and players will rotate through the goalie position
  • Goal Creases (one existing, one hand-drawn)
  • One Passing line (the existing ‘ringette line’)
  • 2-minute shifts (facilitated by a Timekeeper using the buzzer)
  • 1 Official to enforce penalties and violations (Coaches can help to enforce rule violations) with safety top of mind
  • No Scoreboards or Standings
  • A modified Game Sheet


The Home team on the Schedule will provide a Timekeeper and the Game Sheet, and the Visiting team’s Coaches will be responsible to draw one Goal Crease.

FUN2 teams will also be allocated additional practice ice (2-3 per month) that they will pay for out of fees collected by the team.  Registration fees cover game-day ice and referees.

The FUN2 division will have 14-16 ice-times each season, approximately 1-2 per week, and ice-times may be any weekday evening or on the weekend.

Teams in this division will collect a nominal player fee to cover such things as: the league equipment deposit, extra team practice ice, team clothing, team pictures and team bonding activities.



FUN3 is for children who demonstrate that they have acquired the physical, cognitive, and social readiness for more challenging play.

FUN3 will play full-ice, 1 hour ringette games with Ringette Canada Rules and mini nets.

  • Games will be 2x17-minute stop time periods
  • Games are officiated by two referees
  • Goal Cap of 3 goals per player, per game
  • Regular Game Sheet (provided by the home team)
  • Scoreboards and Standings
  • 1 Timekeeper (visitor) and 1 Scorekeeper (home) each game


Teams in FUN3 will be allocated additional practice ice weekly that they will pay for out of Team collected Fees. Registration fees cover game-day ice and referees.

Ice-times in this division will be 1-2 times per week and may be any weekday evening or on the weekend.

FUN3 teams often participate in nearby tournaments throughout the Ringette season.

Teams in this division will collect a nominal player fee to cover such things as: the league equipment deposit, team practice ice, tournament registration/travel, team clothing, team pictures and team bonding activities.

Full ringette equipment is required. 
Jerseys and Goalie equipment will be provided.



On the Regina Ringette website, please register directly for the Children's Ringette program.




Why do FUN1 and FUN2 play Cross-Ice and Half-Ice games?

These divisions play adapted games on a smaller area to ensure more touches, interactions, shots on net and passes for the participants. Teams will be around 9-12 players to ensure the majority of players are participating at a time. With these adaptations, children can experience maximum participation, practice learned skills and move through the FUNdamentals divisions based on skill and readiness.


Will teams be re-drafted at Christmas?

We do not expect to draft new teams at Christmas. Some players may be moved up to the next division, but we expect that most teams will stay in-tact for the full ringette year. Your Commissioner will communicate any changes and will help you navigate any player movement off or onto your team.


What are Jamborees?

Jamborees are like mini tournaments for the FUN1 and FUN2 divisions. They are a more formal way for participants to have some competition at their level of play. Jamborees will consist of some skills, some fun activities, and some gameplay. Jamboree gameplay will follow the same rules as regular gameplay for the division.

Players will register for a Jamboree individually, and the Coordinators of the Jamboree will place players with their regular teammates for the Jamboree activities.

We expect each Local Association will host 1 Jamboree per ringette year - in Regina, Buffalo Plains and Saskatoon.

















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