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SPH Age Group Doubles 2012

Discussion in 'Singapore' started by SingaporeBA, Nov 6, 2012.

  1. SingaporeBA

    SingaporeBA Regular Member

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    National Sporting Association (Badminton)
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    PRIZE MONEY
    Champion - $500!
    Runner Up - $300!
    Semi-Finalist - $150!

    DOWNLOAD
    Rules & Regulations: http://mytinyurl.com/agegroupdoublesprospectus
    Entry Form: http://tinyurl.com/SPHAgeGroupDoublesRegistration

    CHAMPIONSHIP DATES
    (3 Dec - 7 Dec)
    Day 1 Monday - Preliminary
    Day 2 Tuesday - Preliminary
    Day 3 Wednesday - Quarter Finals
    Day 4 Thursday - Semi Finals
    Day 5 Friday - Finals

    COMPETITION CATEGORIES
    Boys’ Doubles
    Under-13
    Under-15
    Under-17

    Girls’ Doubles
    Under-13
    Under-15
    Under-17

    Registration Fee: $70 (SBA Member Clubs) / $80 (Public)
    Payment by Cheque only to "Singapore Badminton Association"

    PHONE: +65 – 6767 1241
    EMAIL: samuel@singaporebadminton.org.sg
    Registration Closes: 8 Nov 2012

    See YOU there!
    For pictures and more information, check out: www.facebook.com/ilovebadminton
     
  2. Cheung

    Cheung Moderator

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    Thread moved to Singapore -> Local events sub forum.
     
  3. sesepuh

    sesepuh Regular Member

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    Wondering why dont just post on SBA official website?Seems like the site is already dead.I thought Singapore has a lot of money for their sport :)
     
  4. Cheung

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    Perhaps they are having technical problems
     
  5. sesepuh

    sesepuh Regular Member

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    How dificult to post an article or event information in the website?Compare to other sports, badminton is not establish in online world.Information is difficult to find. Luckily i find BC.Ironically even rich country like Singapore have to promote their badminton event in BC.I think bwf should employ BC moderators as their head of online media :)
     
  6. SingaporeBA

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    Singapore BA is trying to reach all badminton fans. Our website is currently undergoing a massive re-tooling and you can expect a well-crafted singaporebadminton by the end of the year!

    We're touching base with the community through Facebook and email correspondences in the mean time. We definitely agree that Badminton Central is a great resource! So, we utilize all our tools to reach our audiences.

    Will you be coming for the SPH Age Group Doubles? There is fantastic talent in the mix!
     
  7. Jimmy_Goh

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    I think SBA should do (and can do alot) more partnership with schools to involve school children attending tournament as spectacles. One of the feedback about Singapore Li Ning Open 2012 is the many empty seats in the stadium. I was one of the spectacle there then, and I felt the lack of atmosphere and support of international players during games. Even on tv, we can see many empty seats. This definitely does no good to Singapore bid trying to upgrade to PSS status. Giving the excuse that Olympics 2012 was around the corner and thus lack of top players participation (this should be anticipated, given that SG is a forward looking country!), resulting in lackadaisical spectacle attendance is vert bad image.Many have higher expectation of SG organization. Hope to see a better SG Open 2013.
     

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