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Great Lakes Ringette League (GLRL)
Submitted By Rob Beraldo on Monday, August 12, 2019
Starting in Fall 2019 Great Lakes Ringette League (GLRL) will be compromised of all Provincial level teams in Western, Southern and Central Regions. The GLRL will be a partnership between the 3 Regions. The GLRL will be made up of member Ringette Associations from Western, Southern & Central Regions. Until the new website can be established we have added the proposed teams for 2019-2020 season on CORL website

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