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Schedule At Montreal

Discussion in 'Canada East' started by J.j_chan, Apr 25, 2010.

  1. J.j_chan

    J.j_chan Regular Member

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    First of all,i know there's already a thread about where to play at montreal,but i want to know people's Schedule so i can learn more about place to play and maybe drop by sometimes.

    This is my Schedule:

    Thursday: Cote-de-neige (6:30pm - 10 pm)


    Friday: Patro le provost ( 7pm to 10 pm)


    Saturday:YMCA chinatown ( i play during 8 AM - 11 AM~12PM )

    Saturday: YMCA Peel (7pm - 9 pm)

    Do any of you guys know a place for Tuesday and Wednesday? ( centre des loisirs du parc-extention doesn't work for me )
     
  2. globenstein

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    I currently only play at Le Manoir NDG, tuesday and thursday. I think it's opened from 6pm to 10pm but people only really come between 7.30pm and 9.30pm.

    I'm looking for more places to play since I'll have free evenings this summer. Where is that Côte des neiges club? What's the level? And how is Patro Le Prévost?
     
  3. J.j_chan

    J.j_chan Regular Member

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    I see, le manoir NDG i might drop by sometimes XD

    well cote de neiges is next to the metro cote de neige the level there...umm there's littlee kids that can barly tap there but sumtimes there's some A and Bs one more thing the guy look after the gym is kinda good too, he have a weird playing style but still really strong

    and for patro le prevost level there is all decent
     
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    Le Manoir :The level is very weak,I tell you that they are all beginner.Well Patro le prevost is kinda better,but still not strong.If you get lucky,maybe someone strong might show up,who knows?:D Cote des neiges is good,only a few strong players.but i dont know the exact address of cdn club.but it is near Ch.Cote des Neiges and and Edouard Montpetit.hope that helps!:)

    by the way,if your looking for intermidiate or strong players,do not mind going into the atwater club,its near metro atwater.there are extremely strong player!!!;)
     
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    I play at Centre Claude Robillard every Tuesday and Thursday, this summer.
     
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    Atwater is mostly B and A player

    And Cote de neige at thursday i am always there, there's like 2-4 C level player there and like 2 A

    And Where's Centre claude robillard? how's the competition there?
     
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    The price for drop in?
     
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    drop in at centre claude is 8$ i think..
     
  10. vpulsani

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    I am an above average club player, I stopped by claude robillard today(June-03-2010) and did not like it at all. Of the 8 courts maybe 2 courts had good players the rest of them where beginners. I just quite didn't get the concept of playing with a plastic shuttle, threw my timing of completely. The place was very crowded and the court reservation system is very crude.... 5 minutes for each player. If you come alone it is difficult to pool 3 other people to play with you.

    Can anybody please give me the full address of Cote-de-neige and Le Manoir NDG. I am from New York vistiing Montreal for a couple of months and would like to find some decent places to play . Any further insight on quality of play at these facilities is appreciated. Thanks
     
  11. smash_master

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    @Vpulsani

    when i was there i dropped into the YMCA in chinatown and there are some good players there i heard they play there regularly and everything was told there some of the "A Players" in Montreal and all that so you might want to play there with them if your above average club player.
     

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