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    We'll have our revenge at the provincials!! GO Central!! LOL!

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    Nobody knows about Andy Chin? I really need this right now.
    Mayb just his e-mail address, his phone#, or which school does he normally work with, or where i can find him?

    I know he coaches people from the North Shore, so if you know anything about this, PLEASE tell me.

    Yip

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    So which schools are in Provincials for sure now?

    Moscrop and...?? Are the Richmond teams setttled as well?

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    Not sure about the Vancouver teams but Most Likely Eric Hamberg

    Moscrop and Central
    Cambie and Burnette i think

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    I see,

    I guess it's time for our zone to do some re-shuffling too then

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    Vancouver zone
    #1 Hamber (1)
    #2 Killarney

    Lower Mainland berth
    VC/LFA (2)

    Richmond zone
    #1 Burnett (9)
    #2 Cambie (4)

    NS/Bby/NW zeno
    #1 Moscorp
    #2 Bby Central (10)
    in brackets - 2005 provincial position

    Only watched Van / Rich zone teams and don't know how strong is Moscrop.
    Prediction: (don't take this to the bank)
    Top 4 teams in 2006 Cranbrook Provincial will be
    Hamber (very strong girls and a few strong boys)
    Burnett (even strength boys and girls)
    Killarney (stronger boys)
    VC/LFA (strong girls)


    Quote Originally Posted by Yipom
    Not sure about the Vancouver teams but Most Likely Eric Hamberg

    Moscrop and Central
    Cambie and Burnette i think

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    Quote Originally Posted by badelbow
    Vancouver zone
    #1 Hamber (1)
    #2 Killarney

    Lower Mainland berth
    VC/LFA (2)

    Richmond zone
    #1 Burnett (9)
    #2 Cambie (4)

    NS/Bby/NW zeno
    #1 Moscorp
    #2 Bby Central (10)
    in brackets - 2005 provincial position

    Only watched Van / Rich zone teams and don't know how strong is Moscrop.
    Prediction: (don't take this to the bank)
    Top 4 teams in 2006 Cranbrook Provincial will be
    Hamber (very strong girls and a few strong boys)
    Burnett (even strength boys and girls)
    Killarney (stronger boys)
    VC/LFA (strong girls)
    Any idea how many slots there is gonna be for the other regions?

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    .....VC has stronger boys too
    ..aka bosco kwok

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    correction
    stronger boy (not boys)
    other VC boys will be stronger real soon.....like next year!!
    Quote Originally Posted by confuzzledfreak
    .....VC has stronger boys too
    ..aka bosco kwok

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    Quote Originally Posted by JChen99
    I see,

    I guess it's time for our zone to do some re-shuffling too then
    Its hard for the Fraser Valley because we don't have such a huge pool of players. But whenever a good group does come in, you can be sure that they are dedicated. In the past, many of the Vancouver teams just make it because they have provincial players (who ditch their team for nationals). Of course, now with the changed dates, it won't happen again. But of course, the changed dates are all due to politics too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by William86_98
    Its hard for the Fraser Valley because we don't have such a huge pool of players. But whenever a good group does come in, you can be sure that they are dedicated. In the past, many of the Vancouver teams just make it because they have provincial players (who ditch their team for nationals). Of course, now with the changed dates, it won't happen again. But of course, the changed dates are all due to politics too.
    Politics... cant liv with em... cant liv without em

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    Sorry that I have to disagree

    The changed of dates for High School Provincial is not due to politics……it due to progress……



    It’s only fair that players train so hard throughout the years can compete for their Province in the Nationals; can compete for their clubs or training centres throughout the seasonal tournaments; and finally, can have the chance to compete for their schools. There is nothing wrong to have so called “provincial” player playing in the High School Provincials. Its too bad only 16 teams can “see” or “experience” the level of play from some of theses provincial or commonly called "A" players. But at least, everyone there can realize that they can be at the same level of play if they had the same among of trainings and dedications. As a matter of fact, I always consider you an A player because of your level of play. Too bad you did not compete in the “As “during your latest junior years.

    We should appreciate the dedication and effort of all the players and the parents who support them no matter what level they are at. Over the last few years, the B tournaments had grown in size and having you running the CB tournaments are added bonuses. It is also encouraging to see; lately that some of the B players are starting to play in the A tournaments. With badminton facilities opening up ……..started with ClearOne couple of years ago and now ClearTwo with 12 courts open for business, it is a indication that the demand is there and it is good for Badminton. As a matter of fact, another badminton facility similar to ClearTwo will be opening soon and it is also located in Richmond and I have to repeat myself.................................. this is progress!!!

    Well, Good luck for all those going to Cranbrook Provincial….I’ll see you there!!

    In the mean time, continue with your training throughout your Christmas Break. You know, this year’s provincial is only 2 months away after the New Year!!

    Tournaments before the Cranbrook Provincial are:
    Junior Open (U12/U14) Feb 10/12
    BK Elite #5 (U16/19) Feb 10/12
    Southside B Feb 17-18
    Also Good Luck to All Zones in BC Winter Games (U15) Feb 23-26.
    Have a Merry Christmas and Peace on Earth for all Mankind Ho Ho Ho…….





    Quote Originally Posted by William86_98
    Its hard for the Fraser Valley because we don't have such a huge pool of players. But whenever a good group does come in, you can be sure that they are dedicated. In the past, many of the Vancouver teams just make it because they have provincial players (who ditch their team for nationals). Of course, now with the changed dates, it won't happen again. But of course, the changed dates are all due to politics too.

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    if anybody was still asking i have richmond snrs and greater vancouver jrs.

    seniors for richmond is burnett 1st and cambie 2nd. richmond high came 3rd and didnt win VD (lost to moscrop or burnaby central?) <<- this part was already answered, just thought i'd bring it back up.

    jrs was..
    1) burnett
    2) not sure i think moscrop?
    3) west vancouver
    4) i think argyle.
    i only know 1 and 3 fo sure.

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    1) Burnett
    2) Moscrop
    3) West Van
    4) Sentinel (Sp?)

    And V&D isn't Greater Vancouver, cause there are NO schools from Vancouver at all... for some reason....

    And Does anyone know the Name of that guy who was in charge of V&D?

    Quote Originally Posted by wing-omega5-0
    if anybody was still asking i have richmond snrs and greater vancouver jrs.

    seniors for richmond is burnett 1st and cambie 2nd. richmond high came 3rd and didnt win VD (lost to moscrop or burnaby central?) <<- this part was already answered, just thought i'd bring it back up.

    jrs was..
    1) burnett
    2) not sure i think moscrop?
    3) west vancouver
    4) i think argyle.
    i only know 1 and 3 fo sure.

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    There is a Jrs provincials?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yipom
    1) Burnett
    2) Moscrop
    3) West Van
    4) Sentinel (Sp?)

    And V&D isn't Greater Vancouver, cause there are NO schools from Vancouver at all... for some reason....

    And Does anyone know the Name of that guy who was in charge of V&D?
    meh..we (rhs) lost to VC/LFA wing
    the aussie guy? mr. charlton?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yipom
    1) Burnett
    2) Moscrop
    3) West Van
    4) Sentinel (Sp?)

    And V&D isn't Greater Vancouver, cause there are NO schools from Vancouver at all... for some reason....

    And Does anyone know the Name of that guy who was in charge of V&D?
    i was told a story in gr9 (i'm gr10 now) about why there is no vancouver skools participating in v&d. for some reason that i cant remember, vancouver area only plays for their city championship and doesnt go into v&d. it was a choice from their district athletics association and not from the skools.

    as for the guy thats in charge of v&d, no idea.

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