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badminton on sunday

Discussion in 'Canada East' started by winniee, Sep 23, 2006.

  1. winniee

    winniee Regular Member

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    does ny1 noe ny places available on sunday?
     
  2. winniee

    winniee Regular Member

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    sry i forgot ta mention in Markham or Scarborough
     
  3. chrishin

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    let me see... all i know are YMCAs..

    i go to north york YMCA time to time because i live infront of it on sundays...
    if vacation or holidays i go monday morning/ evening, wed morning/ evening friday morning or saturday of my choice
     
  4. winniee

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    how much is da membership at YMCA? so u get ta go like basically wenever u wan on dat certain time? ar da ppl der good? teenagers or older ppl?
     
  5. chrishin

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    http://www.ymcatoronto.org/en/index.html

    for more info

    there's adult and family badminton

    mon - friday is all adult meaning 16 + but if there's empty court you can play even if you're under age.

    sat and sun has both adult and family

    well i can play in both now :p

    some people are really good while others are just beginners playing it like backyard sport....
    i can kinda play but i lose 1 bird by putting it up a ceiling every 1.5 hrs
     
  6. winniee

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    how much is da membership? for sum reasons i cant open da site =/
     
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    Some questions in order for us to help you better:

    Do you play mostly with feather or plastic shuttlecocks?

    Are you looking for a place to play recreationally or a more competitive environment?

    I'll list some locations based on your answers..
     
  8. winniee

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    i play mostly wit plastic shuttlecocks. i play recreationally but at da same time i do wan sum competition time to time.
     
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    To everybody, Saturday October7 and Sunday October 8 from 11am to 7pm play all day if you can at Centennial College Progress campus 8 courts available. Bring your own feather birds or plastic.
    The college is located in Scarborough at Hwy 401 and Markham Rd just one light south of the 401 and go east on progress ave. Drive to the very end of the parking lot near the soccer field and enter through the double doors. Parking is free.
    How much only 5 dollars. spread the word
     
  10. rasqua

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    What about in Mississauga? Any places available on Sunday?
     
  11. txing

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    Can you please confirm that you can play even under age? Because I am a year and a half away from 16 :eek: and if yes, are there usually 1~2 empty courts?
     
  12. chrishin

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    lol probably cause i drag my bro time to time even though he's 14... i may go there tomorrow
     
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    The Grange (McCaul & Dundas) plays sunday morning
    George Brown College (afternoon) and there's one other community centre in the east end that plays all day (I can't remember the name though)
     

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