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where can play badminton in sydney?

Discussion in 'Australia / New Zealand' started by sandra061091, Apr 16, 2009.

  1. sandra061091

    sandra061091 New Member

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    i have just arrived to sydney. can you show me where can play badminton? and what kind of badminton racket is better, i need to buy it. thank for your helping
     
  2. magicinsports

    magicinsports Regular Member

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    We run badminton sessions in Taren Point on Saturday 2 pm and Sunday 3:30 pm. If interested, send me a private message. Arncliffe is not too far from Taren Point. It takes less than 20 minutes driving. The traffic is quite smooth on weekend.
     
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    Hallo, I've never played badminton but I want to start now.
    I live in redfern where can I go to play?
     
  5. chris-ccc

    chris-ccc Regular Member

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    If we get to start with a "BAD" technique/habit, then later it's hard to break

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    I replied in another thread that Sydney University Badminton Club is the nearest to you.
    If you have never played Badminton before, then make sure you get a qualified coach to teach you the correct technique.

    If we get to start with a "BAD" technique/habit, then later it's hard to break. ;););)
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    To everyone living near the city (in Redfern etc), you can go join the UTS Badminton Club. They play every Saturday from 5-11pm. Website: http://utsbadminton.com/ plus they have coaching for Beginners and Intermediate level as well。
     

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