All-stars named at the 2019 Credit Union Canadian Ringette Championships

Charlottetown/Summerside, PEI – April 13, 2019– All-stars were named tonight at the closing ceremony of the 2019 Credit Union Canadian Ringette Championships in Charlottetown/Summerside, PEI.

The Canadian ringette championships are designed to crown champions in the U16, U19 and National Ringette League (19+) divisions; to provide fun, friendship and fitness to participating players; and to encourage ringette across Canada. The performance awards recognize excellence in the sport of ringette.

While the championships hope to stimulate ringette participation in Canada, they also carry the important goal of promoting excellence in competitive ringette – team excellence and individual excellence. Criteria for being awarded a performance award include: general excellence, specialized skills in her position, contribution to team success, capacity for fair play, and sportsmanship.

Agnes Jacks True Sport awards were also presented in each division. Winners included  Team PEI Wave in the U16 division, Team Nova Scotia in the U19 division and Manitoba Intact in the National Ringette League division.

Toughest Competitor Awards

Erin Ung (Calgary Crew) has claimed the title of U16 Toughest Competitor.

Megane Fortin (Laurentides) has claimed the title of U19 Toughest Competitor.

Kelsey Youldon (Waterloo Wildfire) has claimed the title of NRL Toughest Competitor.

Skills Competition Winners

U16 Division:

Agility Skating – Presley Stene Zone 2 (AB)
Accuracy Shooting – Ericka Pouliot Cyclones de Quebec
Fastest Skater – Mia Martell Team PEI Wave
Passing – Kirsten Dempsey Calgary Core
Goalie – Renae Boutilier Team Nova Scotia
Team Champion – Cyclones de Quebec

U19 Division:

Agility Skating – Shaelyn Corasiniti Team Alberta (Calgary Rogue)
Accuracy Shooting – Tanishia Bridges Zone 5 GRIT (AB)
Fastest Skater – Alyssa Wong Nepean Ravens
Passing – Charlie Maillé Laurentides (QC)
Goalie – Ashley Smith Team BC (LMRL Thunder)
Team Champion – Laurentides (QC)

All-stars were presented to

Second all-star team:
Offence: #8 Kennedy Rice (Airdrie AB) Zone 2 (AB)
Offence: #17 Madelyn Camm (Elmira ON) Team Ontario (Waterloo)
Offence: #72 Allyson Savoie (Levis QC) Cyclones de Quebec
Defence: #9 Genevieve Belliveau (Dieppe NB) Team New Brunswick
Defence: #49 Mia Martell (Belfast, PEI) Team PEI (Wave)
Goalie: #31 Rachel McKerracher (Calgary, AB) Calgary Core

First all-star team:
Offence: #17 Jalena Marelic (Ottawa ON) West Ottawa
Offence: #42 Sophia Jeffery (Charlottetown PEI) Team PEI Wave
Offence: #12 Courtney Carter (Moncton NB) Team New Brunswick
Defence: #14 Cayleigh Hasell (Calgary AB) Calgary Core
Defence: #7 Cameron McDonell (Ottawa ON) West Ottawa
Goalie: #50 Florence Poulin (Levis QC) Cyclones de Quebec


Second all-star team:
Offence: #4 Ann Sauve (Strathmore AB) Team Alberta
Offence: #2 Cloe LeBlanc (Memramcook NB) Team New Brunswick
Offence: #14 Jenna Wolsey (Calgary AB) Calgary Rush
Defence: #14 Kat Eamon (Calgary AB) Team Alberta
Defence: #9 Jordy Voykin (Saskatoon SK) Saskatoon Blazers
Goalie: #27 Marie Ève Dubé(Blainville QC) Laurentides 

First all-star team:
Offence: #4 Claire Wyville (Morriston ON) Team Ontario
Offence: #51 MéganeFortin (Blainville QC) Laurentides
Offence: #17 Emma Kelly (Ottawa ON) Nepean Ravens
Defence: #20 Abby Hahn (Hanover ON) Team Ontario
Defence: #3 Jamie McGrath (Beaconsfield QC) Team Quebec
Goalie: #31 Kennedy Kryvenchuk (Calgary AB) Calgary Rush

Second all-star team:
Offence/Offense :  #99 Julie Blanchette (Ile-Perrot QC) Montreal Mission
Offence/Offense : #18 Jacqueline Gaudet (Cambridge ON) Cambridge Turbos
Offence/Offense : #77 Martine Caissie (Bouctouche NB) Atlantic Attack
Defence/Défense : #15 Lindsay Vink (Lacombe AB) Edmonton  WAM!
Defence/Défense :  #11 Rachel Ung (Calgary AB) Calgary RATH
Goalie/Gardienne de but : #33 Breanna Beck (Red Deer AB) Calgary RATH

First all-star team:
Offence/Offense : #9 Shaundra Bruvall (Calgary AB) Calgary RATH
Offence/Offense : #17 Jenny Snowdon (Moncton NB) Atlantic Attack
Offence/Offense : #23 Kelsey Youldon (Gloucester ON) Waterloo Wildfire
Defence/Défense : #19 Paige Nosal (St. Clements ON) Cambridge Turbos
Defence/Défense : #18 Christianne Varty (Calgary AB) Waterloo Wildfire
Goalie/Gardienne de but : #30 Karine Doiron (Saint Anne de Kent NB) Atlantic Attack

About Ringette
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