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coaches in birmingham

Discussion in 'UK' started by Ajayshah, May 22, 2007.

  1. Ajayshah

    Ajayshah New Member

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    Hi

    I'm looking to get some private coaching in Birmingham, UK. Does anyone know of any good coaches and how I can get in contact with them?

    Does anyone also know of any clubs in South Birmingham - I'm probably beginner to moderate standard

    Thanks
     
  2. alihaydor

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    hello, where about r u? i live in birmingham and play at intermediate level. I can help you with a badminton club to come to
     
  3. nifti

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    Badminton in Birmingham

    Hi
    I would also like to start playing badminton, and i live in Birmingham! But have no idea where I could play :confused: . I have never trained or practised very regularly but have always loved playing, and can manage a few shots, every now and then!

    So any advice on who to contact would be much appreciated. I would like to (if I'm considered good enough) play in a team, but if thats not possible, then I would be more than happy to play with a group of people on a regular basis. I live in South B'ham, but would consider travelling to get to practices.

    Please advice and help fulfil but badminting potential! :rolleyes:
     
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    Thank you Mr Neil Nicholls! Very efficient and helpful :)
     
  6. alihaydor

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    you can play in holte school on sundays between 2-4pm and there u will improve your game and when your game is at a good level u can play in a team where they can select u.
     
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    They are friendly too and have coaching. Do you play there?
     
  8. alihaydor

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    yes i play there
     
  9. nifti

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    Hhhmm holte you say?

    Thats sounds like a possibility? The practice isn't attended by lots of holte pupils is it? Not that i have anything against them or anything! They will probably all be taller than me! ...is it free? And is there any equipment available?

    Any other schools? or local clubs/practices? (local to south b'ham pref)

    Nx

    P.S. thanks alihaydor and jamesd20! :D
     
  10. alihaydor

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    there is not many pupils go there. there are four badminton courts to play. It costs £3.00 per session. But first time is free. You will need your own raquet.

    There is a place to play in Solihull on Kineton Green Road i think which they play on monday nights from 7.30 to 10.30 but not sure about the costs.
     

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