2021 Ringette PEI ADL Awards

2022 Ringette PEI ADL winners

Ringette PEI and ADL honoured the provinces top athletes and contributors from the 2021 season at the North Rustico Lion’s Club on, May 19th, 2022.

Although they once again had a COVID related shutdown causing another unusual season, it was still a season worth celebrating. Many of their teams at the house league and the high-performance level did get the opportunity to participate in tournaments and exhibition games off Island this season. The U16 and U19 Wave participated at Nationals in Calgary, AB. The Eastern Canadian Championships in Dartmouth, NS was attended by the U14 Wave and Edge, the U16 and U19 Edge as well as an 18+ team.

All of these highlights were made possible because of the coaches, volunteers, officials, parents, and athletes who followed guidelines put in place by Public Health and went above and beyond to keep the ringette environment safe for everyone! Without everyone’s cooperation and commitment, it would not have been possible.

Sport PEI would like to thank ADL for their constant support of amateur sport on PEI! Congratulations to Ringette PEI and all of the winners on a successful 2021 season and we wish them the best of luck in 2022!


Winners included:


U10 Player of the Year- Cadence Deagle

U12 Player of the Year- Maisie MacDonald

U14 Player of the Year- Marley David

U16/U19 Player of the Year- Jamie MacAulay (not pictured)

Junior Goalie of the Year- Madeleine Breen

Senior Goalie of the Year- Lexie MacDonald

Volunteer of the Year- Kenneth MacNeill

Coach of the Year- Dwayne Lutz (not pictured)

Official of the Year- Jessica Snowdon

House League Team of the Year- U12 Charlottetown Cherry Bombs

High Performance Team of the Year- U14 PEI Wave


U12 Charlottetown Cherry Bombs


U14 PEI Wave




For more information contact:

John McIntosh

Sport Coordinator, Sport PEI