Quebec, Guelph and Cambridge Turbos claim national gold at ringette championships

London, Ontario – April 9, 2016 – After going undefeated all week, the Gloucester Devils faced their first loss when they met defending champion Cambridge Turbos in the National Ringette League gold medal final. The Turbos downed Gloucester 5-3 to claim gold and send Gloucester home with silver. Ottawa Ice picked up bronze.

Cambridge’s Jacqueline Gaudet, who scored four of the Turbos five goals, commented on her team’s performance shortly after the gold-medal final. “We came in and our first game wasn’t the best, but in the end we accomplished our goals. Gloucester is a good team and we respected them, but we knew we had the talent to execute our game plan and win.”

In the U19 division, it was an all Ontario final with Guelph meeting Team Ontario. Guelph picked up a 2-1 win over Ontario to remain undefeated all week and walk away with the gold. Ontario goes home with silver and Alberta takes bronze after defeating the Nepean Ravens 6-3.

The U16 division saw an all Quebec final with Team Quebec coming head to head with their provincial counterparts Rive Sud. Quebec, who has gone undefeated all week, downed Rive Sud 3-2 to pick up the gold medal. Singles came from Megane Fortin (Blainville), Delphine Agular (Deux-Montagnes) and Gabriele Lefebvre (Blainville).
Ontario picked up the bronze medal after beating BVRA Angels (MB) 3-2 in overtime,

Games have been taking place at the Western Fair Sports Centre and Nichols Recreation Centre all week. All-stars and the NRL Annual Awards will be announced at the closing award ceremony tonight.

Rosters, schedules, standings and stats can be found at the following links:

Results for Saturday, April 9, 2016 at the 2016 Canadian ringette championships in London, Ontario:

Bronze game:
Ontario 3 BVRA Angels (MB) 2

Gold game:
Quebec 3 Rive Sud (QC) 2

Gold: Quebec
Silver: Rive Sud (QC)
Bronze: Ontario
4th: BVRA Angels (MB)
5th: New Brunswick
6th: Mississauga
7th: London
8th: Alberta
9th: Manitoba
10th: Calgary Blue
11th: St. Albert Mission
12th: Edmonton Elite
13th: Elora-Fergus (ON)
14th: Saskatchewan
15th: Gloucester-Cumberland (ON)
16th: British Columbia
17th: Clarence-Rockland (ON)
18th: Zone 5 Pack (AB)
19th: Nova Scotia
20th: Central Alberta Sting

Bronze game:
Alberta 6 Nepean Ravens 3

Gold game:
Guelph 2 Ontario 1

Gold: Guelph
Silver: Ontario
Bronze: Alberta
4th: Nepean Ravens
5th: Manitoba
6th: Nova Scotia
7th: Quebec
8th: BLL (QC)
9th: Eastman Flames (MB)
10th: Calgary Red
11th: Zone 5 Grit (AB)
12th: Saskatchewan
13th: Calgary Blue
14th: Edmonton Elite
15th: Cambridge Turbos
16th: Richmond Hill
17th: Mississauga
18th: St. Albert Mission
19th: London
20th: British Columbia

Gold game:
Cambridge Turbos 5 Gloucester Devils 3

Gold: Cambridge Turbos
Silver: Gloucester Devils
Bronze: Ottawa Ice
4th: Edmonton WAM!
5th: Montreal Mission
6th: Calgary RATH
7th: Atlantic Attack
8th: Edmonton Black Gold Rush

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