Ringette Ontario believes in supporting the development of healthy, happy athletes - for life! As part of their initiative to build future ringette player, the FUNdamentals was introduced to provide a progressive approach to learning the sport. There are three categories in the FUNdamentals program:  categories in children’s ringette - FUN1, FUN2, and U10 (FUN3).

  • FUN1 is for children who are new to ringette or skating, learning basic game structure, and still developing basic skills.
  • FUN2 is for children who are learning to lengthen their stride, ready to learn more rules of ringette, and have developed some basic skills
  • U10 (FUN3) is for children who demonstrate that they have acquired the physical, cognitive, and social readiness for more challenging play. (Muskoka offers a Regional Team at this level)

Both FUN1 and FUN2 divisions use small-sized nets and play adapted games of 3 on 3 and 4 on 4 respectively. Smaller spaces ensure more touches, interactions, shots on net, and passes. Teams are split into smaller squads to ensure the majority of players are participating at a time. With these adaptations in the FUNdamentals divisions, children can experience maximum participation, practice learned skills, and move through divisions based on skill and readiness.

For more information on this progressive program, check out more from Ringette Ontario

Registration fees cover the following items:

  • ice rentals costs for practices and monthly mini-games
  • referee fees
  • administrative costs
  • use of a FUNdamentals jersey
  • end of year banquet prizes

Additional skill clinics, power skating, extra practices, and other wardrobe expectations are paid for separately by the parent/player and are not part of the registration fee. These additional costs are generally optional and will be communicated in advance to player families. 

In 2022/2023, the Muskoka Royals, through a partnership with the Town of Gravenhurst Terence Haight Fund, are excited to offer gear bags to new players at the FUN1 and FUN2 levels. These bags contain all the equipment needed to play ringette (except for helmet and skates) and are available for a $100 deposit. At the end of the season, parents can choose to return the gear and bag to receive their deposit back, or purchase the equipment for an additional $100. This $200 gear bag contains almost $300 of gear - a great way to get into the sport!


2022/2023 Registration Details:

Registration Fee: $250

(Muskoka Royals: $207.00 + Ringette Ontario: $43.00)

Practice Time: Thursday, 5:00pm

(practice times subject to change)


NEW in 2022/2023: Please note a few changes to the registration fees this year:

  • Ringette Ontario (RO) will collect all their fees and insurance as a separate transaction - our association does not see this money. We have lowered our overall player fees to adjust for this, but our understanding is that you will need to make two payments during the registration process. 
  • The regional tournament entrance fee is now included as a part of player fees. In the past, players were paying this fee, but we have included it in the overall fee so that families weren't being asked for more money at the end of the year. 

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