A well trained and well organized Team Manager is crucial to a successful season. Here you will find information and resources to help you throughout your season.
Wondering what your duties as Manager are
Reporting Game Scores:
Both home and visitor teams should report game scores to the Statistician. For additional Score Reporting instructions, please click here.
Here are new guidelines for the 2015/2016 season set out by BGL for Game Score Reporting:
1215. Official Game Report
(a.k.a. Game Sheets)
Only Official Game Reports available from Ringette Alberta are acceptable.
Official Game Reports are to be supplied by the Home Team. Upon completion of the game:
a.The white and canary copy of the official game report is to be given to the visiting team. Goldenrod and Pink copies are to go to the home team.
b. Both Teams shall report game scores to their respective Association Statisticians (if one exists). As well, both teams shall report the game scores to the BGL Statistician using the Report A Score formfound on the BGL website by 9am the following day.
c. Both teams are to submit an electronic copy of the game sheet by 9am the following day. The gamesheet may be scanned or a picture may be taken of the game sheet and submitted to email@example.com
d. Paper copies of the Official Game Report are to be retained by the team for the duration of the season. Upon request, paper copies of the Official Game Report are to be supplied to the BGL Vice President or BGL Statistician.
e. Failure for Associations to produce/submit a legible version of the Official Game Report; when requested by the BGL Vice President, may result in the game being declared a forfeiture against the Home Team of the respective game and the assessment of fines in accordance with Appendix B.
f. Overage (OA) and Male (M) players must be identified on the Official Game Report
Here are a listing of Fees and Fines for BGL:
Edmonton Ringette Tournament Guidelines:
Below are the Off Ice Official Guidelines from BGL:
For U9 and U10 Divisions:
The Home Team is responsible to provide a minimum of (2) two off-ice minor officials
(scorekeeper and timekeeper).
For U12 and higher Divisions:
The Home Team is responsible to provide a minimum of (3) three off-ice minor officials
(scorekeeper, timekeeper, and shot clock-operator). Additional personnel may attend to
operate penalty-box doors.
The Visiting Team may offer a maximum of (2) two people to act as off-ice minor officials and
their participation shall not be refused.