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High School Badminton League

Discussion in 'Canada East' started by MBCLLAP, Feb 4, 2013.


    MBCLLAP Regular Member

    Aug 19, 2010
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    With the un-certainty of the school teacher strike in Ontario, our youth could be missing a badminton season that I know they all love so much at school. Youth playing in a school team build a sense of pride, school spirit, leadership, and passion for our next generation.

    Our MBC Youth Council had taken the leadership role in creating a High School Badminton League with the support of the Federation of Badminton Clubs and TO2015 PAN AM Games to build this program in our community as a legacy program.

    We are looking for students or parents volunteer to become a “Representative (REP)” to help form a senior and junior badminton school team in your school.

    If you have anybody who is interested in becoming a REP to help set up a team for your school, please contact us at è

    See League info below and attached

    Federation of Badminton Clubs – High School Badminton League

    One of TO2015 PAN AM Games is to ignite a community to develop programs that will leave a lasting legacy.

    As part of this initiative, the Markham Badminton Club (MBC) Youth Council, with the support of the Federation of Badminton Clubs (FBC) is proud to introduce a High School Badminton League, under TO2015 PAN AM Games’ motto, “United We Play”

    Cost: $300.00 per team, Minimum 4 Boys & 2 Girls per team.
    Max of 10 players per team (approx. $30 per player)

    Location: Cornell Community Center, 9[SUP]th[/SUP] Line and Hwy 7

    Time: 1:30 pm to 6:30 pm (Saturday)

    Date: Once every 2 weeks, starting from March 30 to June 1, 2013.
    Play Off on the week of June 8, 2013.
    Junior and Senior play alternate week,
    Each school will meet each other twice in the season
    You will play against 2 other school every 2 weeks.

    Division: Juniors (Grade 9 & 10), seniors (Grade 11 & 12)
    NO Badminton Ontario “A” ranked players allowed

    Awards: Trophies will be awarded to TOP 3 school teams per division.
    School Championship plaque will be awarded each division.
    Divisional Championship team member’s names will be engraved on a plague to be displayed in the new Markham PAN AM center.

    How to enter a school team:
    • School Representation (REP) require for each school.
    • REP application due by Feb 19, 2013.
    • School REP meeting on Feb 24, 2013.
    • Team Registration due by March 16, 2013.
    • Register early, as spaces are limited to 12 Senior and 12 Junior school Teams
    • Players can only represent the school they are attending.
    • Student School ID require for registration

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