CRC Day 6 – April 13, 2024

Dieppe, NB – The final day of the 2024 Canadian Ringette Championships brought a week of high-level ringette to a close, as winners were crowned and awards presented across all divisions.

In the National Ringette League (NRL) division,  the Edmonton WAM! defeated the Calgary RATH, earning themselves the title of NRL Champion for the second straight year. The Waterloo Wildfire won the bronze medal game.

In the U19 division, Team Alberta beat Team New Brunswick for the title of U19 National Champion. Zone 2 Blaze won their bronze medal game against the Calgary Crew.

In the U16 division, the Cyclones de Quebec defeated Team Alberta to claim the gold medal. Zone 2 Blaze won against the Calgary Peak in the bronze medal game.

NRL Award Winners:
Rookie of the Year: Annie Trudel – Montreal Mission
Most Valuable Player: Kaitlyn Youldon – Calgary RATH
Top Centre: Gillian Dreger – Edmonton WAM!
Top Forward:Megane Fortin – Montreal Mission
Top Defense: Melissa Misutka – Edmonton WAM!
Top Goalkeeper: Sarah Macdonald – BC Thunder
Team Personnel of the Year: Calgary RATH
NRL Scoring Champion: Britney Snowdon – Atlantic Attack
NRL Top Scorer:Jenny Snowdon – Atlantic Attack
NRL Volunteer of the Year: Candace Kitsa – Edmonton WAM!

Agnes Jack True Sport Awards:

NRL: Atlantic Attack

U19: Team Saskatchewan

U16: Team Manitoba

All-Star Teams:


NRL First Team All-Stars
F Megane Fortin Montreal Mission 
F Gillian Dreger Edmonton Wam
F Julie Blanchette Montreal Mission
D Jacqueline Senior Waterloo Wildfire
D Annie Debaji Edmonton Wam
G Sarah MacDonald BC Thunder


NRL Second Team All-Stars
F Jenny Snowdon – Atlantic Attack
F Kelsey Youldon – Waterloo Wildfire
F Britney Snowdon – Atlantic Attack
D Cayleigh Hasell – Calgary Rath
D Melissa Mistuka – Edmonton Wam
G Cam Schnarr – Waterloo Wildfire


U19 First Team All-Stars
F Sage Snethun – Team Alberta
F Tessa Galandy – Zone 2 Blaze
F Lauren Schoenhofen – Calgary Crew
D Kaylee Armstrong – Team Alberta
D Zoe Aubin – Lac St.Louis
G Julia Harvie – Team BC


U19 Second Team All-Stars
F Ashley Anderson – Team Alberta
F Lauren Tang – Team BC
F Charlotte Anderson – Team Ontario
D Alexa Belliveau – Team New Brunswick
D Charlie Martel – Rive-Sud
G Raegan Hatch – Calgary Crew


U16 First Team All-Stars
F Victoria Bolduc – Cyclones de Quebec
F Emily Barteaux – West Ottawa
F Kyla Koester – Zone 2 Blaze
D Tasha Blackwell – Team Alberta
D Brooke Rolles – Calgary Peak
G Anaïs Lamothe – Cyclones de Quebec


U16 Second Team All-Stars
F Noémie Larochelle – Cyclones de Quebec
F Jocelyne Galbraith – Calgary Attack
F Jadee Patel – Team Alberta
D Brooklyn Munro – Zone 2 Blaze
D Evaya Ermel – Team Saskatchewan
G Sophia Coli – Team Alberta

More information on the event, including links to rosters, schedules, standings, and stats can be found at

Ottawa was announced as the 2025 host at the closing ceremony.

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