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Fun Badminton Drill/Game/Challenge

Discussion in 'Techniques / Training' started by rasa1993, Mar 12, 2010.

  1. rasa1993

    rasa1993 Regular Member

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    Hi
    We have a kind of charities week in our school coming and I have to raise some funds for the school. So I was thinking of doing something in Badminton. Maybe a game or some kind of challenge where there will be a prize for completing it. But I am not sure what game to do.
    Any ideas would be much appreciated
    Thank you
    Niro
     
  2. Lannister05

    Lannister05 Regular Member

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    half court doubles, you can involve 8 people in 1 court and its fast paced . Good because of the pace and the involvement of several players if you are lacking a lot of courts. Also a lot more exciting for people who don't even know how to play.
     
  3. charliebadders

    charliebadders Regular Member

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    in county we occassionally play this game called zones, you have 4 players but its like half court but if they score on your side you lose a point and you start at 10 then whoever lasts the longest wins :p it gets well good when there is 2 people left in opposite corners because you always have to hit crosscourt :p
     
  4. stumblingfeet

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    If you can borrow a radar gun, you can do a "fastest smash" competition. It's usually very popular. If you have friends that are into photography, you can take some smash photos and sell those too.
     
  5. lukasek97

    lukasek97 Regular Member

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    well we sometimes play about 10 v 10 over 2 courts
     
  6. opikbidin

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    Who's the fastest to move the shuttle in a footwork drill?
    Who can defend most of the smashes and make the pass over the net?
    a DDR like footwork drill?
     
  7. alien9113

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    Half court singles, playing the same shot consistently without errors (e.g. drop shot to a particular spot), half court doubles, 3 v 3.
     
  8. Cheung

    Cheung Moderator

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    Only five years too late with the answer LOL
     
  9. |_Footwork_|

    |_Footwork_| Regular Member

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    Can anyone please stop this guy from posting in 5-10 year old threads. This is annoying...
     
  10. InvincibleAjay

    InvincibleAjay Regular Member

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    I agree, I don't see the point in resurrecting very old posts.

    Kindest regards,

    -Ajay-

    Quote of the Day
    Wisdom is what's left after we've run out of personal opinions.
     
  11. Wingu

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    Does it matter if it's necrobumped? You can get ideas for games if people keep posting here.
     

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