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    Shoes picture
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    After the session, I have gone home and filled out the sheet. As the joy of badminton overcame me, i did not remember anything special to write down.

    So, the sealion that were used last friday are the same ones you been using for a long time, right?

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    Default Sea Lion shuttles

    Quote Originally Posted by BadFever
    Hi Chris, just to let you know that I like the Sea Lion shuttles. They are very durable.
    Hi BadFever,

    Thank you for responding to our use of Sea Lion shuttles.

    Personally, I like the Sea Lion shuttles too. I also think they are more duarable. And they are not too expensive.

    CCC Club members have to remember:
    Our club's charges are dependent on our club's expenses.

    If we spend more on the use(ie, the quantities) and on the purchase cost for shuttles, then the cost will be passed on to the our members' session fees.

    I always say that, at the end of your game(s), if the shuttle is still good, place that good shuttle under the net, in the middle of the court.

    The next lot of players should warm up with older shuttles from the tray.

    When they are ready to start their game, they should then use the shuttle that is placed under the net, in the middle of the court.

    Any comments from other Club Members?

    Cheers... chris@ccc
    Last edited by chris-ccc; 06-26-2006 at 06:01 AM.

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    Default Comments on shuttles from CCC Club Members

    Hi DoublesPlease,

    Thank you for your comments/suggestions for our club's shuttles usage/purchase.

    Yes, we should look into it. And we will discuss more @Suppertime on this Friday.

    We are still waiting for more comments/suggestions from our other Club Members.

    May be, they are not reading our club's thread @Badminton Central, and hence not in touch with our Club's issues/discussions.

    Cheers... chris@ccc



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    Hi ,

    I visited stadium sport last weekend too. Thinking that SHB 68 cost $60, I asked for a discount from the price of $95 displayed. I got a $5 discount!

    Sealion shuttle was very popular in Malaysia b4 Yang Yang etc etc came into the scene. We used Sealion most of the time and naturally have a liking for it too. It is getting expensive to play badminton because the cost of shuttles (good used old golf balls only cost $1 ea). Will try to remember to put old shuttle under the net as suggested.

    Cheers
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    Default Surprise, Surprise... Today, we have the 5000th viewers of our thread

    Hi everyone@ccc,

    A Big Thank You to Badminton Central.
    Today we have the 5000th viewer of our thread.

    On 19-April-2006, I started this thread for our Club

    On 27-June-2006, just a little over 2 months, we have the 5000th viewers.

    When we first started, Helmut said to me;
    This is good, the viewer traffic at Badminton Central is good and heavy. and we should be able to inform many Badminton players about our Club”.

    And through Badminton Central, we have informed and welcomed many players to our Club.

    So, I want to thank Badminton Central for helping us to promote Badminton in Melbourne, Australia.

    Cheers... chris@ccc


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    Chris, just to confirm about tonight 7:30 coaching session

    Also there are a few things that i would like to work on at some point
    - weight transfer of shots
    - using wrist power for shots

    What chapter would they fit under?

    Here is a review from badmintoncentral.com for shb 68
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/revi...2/cat/9/page/1

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    Default Confirming tonight, 28-Jun-2006 7:30pm

    Quote Originally Posted by hkhung
    Chris, just to confirm about tonight 7:30 coaching session
    Hi hkhung,

    Yes, confirming tonight, 28-Jun-2006 @7:30pm.

    I just came home from coaching @The New Baldwin Sports Centre. And guess who I saw there?

    Juliana Pang was playing there with a friend.

    Separately, Eric Lim was also playing there with another friend.

    Cheers... chris@ccc

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    Default LCW is still World No.2

    Quote Originally Posted by BadFever
    I don't think LCW has enough points to get to No 1 ranking. Due to his lost in the IO 2006, his rank has drop from No. 2 to No. 4. Also because PG and KJ played in the SO 2006.

    Hi BadFever,

    I checked the IBF World Ranking today(29-Jun-2006) and I found the following;

    No.1 Peter Gade
    No.2 Lee Chong Wei
    No.3 Lin Dan

    Go LCW... MALAYSIA BOLEH !!!

    Cheers... chris@ccc


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    No change for LCW. He was No. 2 when using the old system. It seems that he is having difficulty moving up to No. 1 spot.

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    Default The Fish that Loves Dreaming

    Quote Originally Posted by LilyC
    Hi eveyone!!!
    After last few weeks of "torture"...
    it finally ended... *relief*
    and what follows after this = the 3-week HOLY-DAY for me (Holidays.. hehe)
    Hi LilyC,

    Here's a link for you from the Golden Melody Awards, on June 10th, 2006 at the Taipei Arena.
    http://publish.gio.gov.tw/FCJ/current/06062351.html

    Related to JudyC ???
    The Best Taiwanese-language Album award went to a regular winner, Judy Chiang.
    Her album "The Fish that Loves Dreaming" is the latest of more than 40 released during her quarter-century music career.

    And we have a Malaysian-born singer doing well over there too.
    Best Newcomer award went to 28-year-old Malaysian-born Lin Yu-chung.
    He also won the Best Crossover Album award with his first album, "1st."

    Anyway, hope your Holidays going OK?

    Cheers... chris@ccc


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    Quote Originally Posted by BadFever
    No change for LCW. He was No. 2 when using the old system. It seems that he is having difficulty moving up to No. 1 spot.
    1500 points each separate the top three now, need to win a couple of 5* to 7* events to catch up. Not easy - provided injury to one of them.

    The coming 7* world championship will give the winner abt 800 pts.

    LCW can do it.

    Cheers

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    Default Adjustments to Handicap Points

    Quote Originally Posted by chris@ccc
    Hi everyone@ccc,

    Another GOOD SESSION last night, 23-Jun-2006.

    For those who were absent... here's a short report;

    >> New Player(s) Welcomed=3. Fony-S, Pei-C, Henry-J
    >> Player(s) joining Membership= 2. Ken-H, Lily-C
    >> Club Members Count(To Date)= 20. Julian-H, Monica-H, Bill-L, Helmut-H, Yih Sheng-C, Kee-F, Kim-F, Jason-F, Andrew-W, Chiranti-M, Danny-O, Judy-N, Mike-M, JoeKinn-L, Peter-L, Kevin-C, Laurie-C, Kenneth-L, Ken-H, Lily-C
    >> Welcomed back Lily from your exams.
    >> Found water leakage from roof there before our session.
    >> Returned Kenneth's racket to JoeKinn
    >> Tested our CCC Handicapped Competition with Singles Games.

    Results Todate;
    -3 Chris-H
    -3 Kevin-C
    -3 Yih Sheng-C
    -1 Peter-L
    -1 Robert-Q
    -1 Jason-F
    +3 Bill-L
    +4 JoeKinn-L
    +5 Ken-H

    >> Ken-H joined us at supper, his first time. Welcome Ken-H to our Supper Club!!!
    >> Discussions @Supper: World Cup Soccer, AVI download of Badminton Matches, DVD's of Badminton Matches, Handicapped Doubles Competition using Results Todate(as listed above).

    Cheers... chris@ccc

    Hi everyone@ccc,

    After thinking hard for 6 days, it is decided that the CCC Handicpped Doubles Competition will be using the Results Todate. This was suggested by Jason and Peter.

    However, there is an Adjustment to be made to the Results Todate.

    The Results Todate will now stand as:

    -6 Chris-H
    -6 Kevin-C
    -6 Yih Sheng-C
    -2 Peter-L
    -2 Robert-Q
    -2 Jason-F
    +6 Bill-L
    +8 JoeKinn-L
    +8 Ken-H

    I will inform you all, in detail, tomorrow night.

    Cheers... chris@ccc

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris@ccc
    Hi LilyC,





    Here's a link for you from the Golden Melody Awards, on June 10th, 2006 at the Taipei Arena.






    Related to JudyC ???



    The Best Taiwanese-language Album award went to a regular winner, Judy Chiang.


    Her album "The Fish that Loves Dreaming" is the latest of more than 40 released during her quarter-century music career.




    And we have a Malaysian-born singer doing well over there too.


    Best Newcomer award went to 28-year-old Malaysian-born Lin Yu-chung.

    He also won the Best Crossover Album award with his first album, "1st."






    Anyway, hope your Holidays going OK?




    Cheers... chris@ccc





    Hi Chris!!!

    Thanks for the link! Also into musics?
    I was gonna go to friend's house to watch it on TV but didn't get the chance to go!
    Not related to Judy Chiang though... *funny*
    I know that Malaysian singer - he's really not bad at all~

    Holidays been GOOD yet busy still - working on Wed to Sat throughout the week... but still glad to have the Sun to Tues off just to relax a bit~
    Oh Chris!!! I was gonna go to your Sunday morning coaching @ Albert Park last Sunday, but I accidentally overslept... muahahaha... but I think that I will be going the next few Sundays.. is that alright?

    Hopefully LCW can make it!

    See you guys tomorrow night!!!

    Cheers.


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    Default Tonight is our CCC Session #11, CONGRATULATIONS!!!

    Hi everyone@ccc,

    Tonight is our CCC Session #11, CONGRATULATIONS!!!

    We will still welcome friends of yours or anyone new to join us tonight.

    To Date: Out of the 63 players who have attended CCC, 20 have become Club Members.

    We will again be asking players to join our CCC Club Membership, as discussed in previous posts;
    $5 per session for Club Members, and $10 for Casual Visitors.

    Players are reminded to print your Membership Form(as I have emailed ATTACHMENT to you) and fill in your details before you attend tonight.
    Players without printer can fill in our printed forms when you arrive.

    Tonight we will be explaining how our CCC Handicapped Doubles Competition works.

    As usual, we are going for supper at Kingsways, Glen Waverley, after our games tonight. May be more ideas will be suggested at SUPPERTIME.

    Cheers... chris@ccc

    ==== non club issue ===

    PS: On Tuesday, 27-June-2006, I was telling you that our Club's thread, which was started on 19-April-2006.
    In just a little over 2 months, we have the 5000th viewers.

    Well, today 30-June-2006, I got another surprise. This is because I started another thread on 19-May-2006.
    In just a little over 1 month, we have the 5000th viewers.

    I thought I mention about this thread because some of the postings/discussions/issues raised are interesting.
    And we are playing with the New Scoring System(NSS).

    But you will need to take a long time to read through this thread; 21 rally-point scoring system: Is it really better to Attack?

    Link is;
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=33198

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    Default Report for Friday, 30-Jun-2006

    Hi everyone@ccc,

    Another GOOD SESSION last night, 30-Jun-2006.

    For those who were absent... here's a short report;

    >>> New Player(s) Welcomed=10. Kung Lin-L, Vijay, Natasha-S, Leong-K, Simon-N, Vien-B, Michael-T, Way, Julian-Ho, Phil
    >>> Player(s) joining Membership= 1. Tyler-M
    >>> Club Members Count(To Date)= 23. chris@ccc, Llewellyn-H, Julian-H, Monica-H, Bill-L, Helmut-H, Yih Sheng-C, Kee-F, Kim-F, Jason-F,
    Andrew-W, Chiranthi-M, Danny-O, Judy-N, Mike-M, JoeKinn-L, Peter-L, Kevin-C, Laurie-C, Kenneth-L,
    Ken-H, Lily-C, Tyler-M
    >>> Attendance = 24
    >>> 18 players took part in our CCC Handicapped Competition(Doubles)
    >>> 6 players elected to play Social(Doubles)
    >>> Below: The Results To Date for our CCC Members Handicap Points(Casual Visitors Points are recorded, but not listed);
    Results To Date;
    -6 chris@ccc
    -6 Kevin-C
    -6 Yih Sheng-C
    -4 Peter-L
    -2 Robert-Q
    -2 Jason-F
    0 Andrew-W
    0 Judy-N
    0 Llewellyn-H
    0 Monica-H
    +2 Chiranthi-M
    +4 JoeKinn-L
    +4 Mike-M
    +6 Bill-L
    +6 Ken-H
    +6 Tyler-M
    +8 Lily-C
    Suggestions: Participants for our CCC Handicapped Competition are asked to
    1. Organise yourself with a Doubles Partner earlier before the night.
    2. Arrive earlier so that a Match Schedule can drawn out for the night.
    3. Note: When the attendance is low, Singles Competition will be played instead.

    Discussions @Supper:
    When the attendance of our sessions has increased(on a regular basis), we will extend our session from 2.5 hr to 3 hr(or more).
    This will allow all players to play an equal amount of games for the night.

    Cheers... chris@ccc



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    Congratualation on a good friday night for CCC! With all the new players who have come in, i certainly hope that Chris does not have a headache for updating the records!

    Chris, since last week we did not finish backhand underarm clear (moving forward to the net) i think it is sensible to start this wednesday with backhand underarm clear.

    After further emphaiszing with that, i like to work on my underarm clear while moving backward - both back and forehand. So we could be covering all the underarm clear.

    I think it is better off to work out all the lifting motion for not tensing up the muscle before working on the push. What do you think?

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    Default CCC Handicapped Competition

    Hi everyone@CCC!

    The handicapped competition was great fun on Friday night!!!
    (eventhough I was gaining points, I still managed to loose the matches all the way... hahahahaha.... )
    Oh well~ hehe... keep trying!

    Btw, did anyone watch the Wimbledon match between Hewitt and Lee?
    I noticed Hewitt is using racquets from Yonex!
    hehe...

    Cheers.

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