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Free Bunny Program for First Year Players
Submitted By Daniel Wood-Salomom on Wednesday, September 10, 2014

If you are a returning bunny player and have not registered, please do so as soon as possible.  Fees are $170 for 2nd and 3rd year bunny players.  For all new 1st year bunny players (girls ages 4-6), please fill out the registration form under the registration tab, and provide a copy of your child’s birth certificate, along with a cheque or money order for $50 to cover insurance fees Note:  fees for boys ages 5-6 is $225

Required Equipment:


CSA ice helmet

Ringette face mask

BNQ Approved Neck guard

Shoulder pads

Elbow pads

Protective gloves

Hip/Tailbone/Pelvic protector (hockey pants or ringette girdle with a jill for girls or a jock for boys)

Shin pads

Skates (no figure skates with open ended blades and picks)

Ringette stick

Sticks and masks can be purchased from Sports Gold and Savings World


Note: equipment rental option – limited quantities are available – $25 non-refundable fee



Bunny Orientation Day and Equipment Swap – Sat., October 4th – 4-5pm – McMeeken arena


Please take the time to drop in to this orientation hour to be provided with your team information and player jersey.    During this hour you can rent equipment, or sell/swap any equipment that you have. 


On ice sessions will begin the following Saturday, October 11th - junior bunnies on the ice at 3pm and senior bunnies on the ice at 4pm. 


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