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    Thumbs up Yumo Badminton Tournament - Richmond, B.C. April 28-30th,2006!!

    Yumo Invitational Badminton Tournament
    SINGLES / DOUBLES / MIX
    U16 / U19 / OPEN / 30+
    Trophies / Prizes / Draws
    April 28 - 30th, 2006

    H.J. Cambie Secondary High
    4151 Jacombs Road, Richmond, BC V6V 1N7

    1st Event $18
    2 Events $28
    3 Events $35

    Add drink package $15

    Deadline : APRIL 21

    Cheque can be payable to Yumo Marketing
    mailed to #243-13986 Cambie Rd, Richmond, BC V6T 2K4
    or drop off to Cambie Secondary (Attention to Aaron Akune, Yumo Entry)


    To find out more information on the latest news, draws, game times, prizes & sponsors please visit our site at: www.yumo.ca

    or email us at info@yumo.ca

    Thank you!~

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    what is the drink package?

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    any one want to play U16 with me?

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    need a partner for open MD, please pm me

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    Drink Package includes:

    XS energy drink, XS sport drink, Energy Bar, draw tickets for the draw prize, coupons, and gift.

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    by open does it mean anyone can enter no matter what level?

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    Quote Originally Posted by K-MusclePower
    by open does it mean anyone can enter no matter what level?
    yes, thats usually what an open event is..

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    Upcoming Tournaments:

    Yumo Invitational
    April 28-30th
    Singles/Doubles/Mix Doubles

    U21 has now been changed to U19!!!

    U16 U19 OPEN 30+

    Drink package includes, sport drinks, energy bar, one 50/50 draw ticket and more

    April 28 Friday
    6:00pm U16 Men & Women Singles
    6:30pm Open Women Singles
    7:00pm Open Men Singles
    7:30pm 30+ Men & Women Singles

    April 29 Saturday
    10:00am Open Mix / U16 Mix
    11:30am 30+ Mix
    1:00pm U16 Women / 30+ Men & Women Doubles
    2:00pm U16 Men Doubles
    3:30pm Open Men & Women Doubles
    5:30pm U19 Men Singles
    7:00pm U19 Women Singles

    April 30 Sunday
    10:00am U19 Mix Doubles
    11:30am U19 Men Doubles
    1:00pm U19 Women Doubles

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    30+ Men & Women Doubles changed to sunday start at 1:30pm

    You may join two age group of the same event.

    For example:
    you can join doubles in U16 and U19 if you are under 16 years old.
    If you are over 30 you can join 30+ and Open

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    Default need Men's doubles partner

    looking for a men's doubles partner. perferably one for the open and one for the +30.
    pm me if interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chranisa
    30+ Men & Women Doubles changed to sunday start at 1:30pm

    You may join two age group of the same event.

    For example:
    you can join doubles in U16 and U19 if you are under 16 years old.
    If you are over 30 you can join 30+ and Open
    hmm..i've heard that there was a specific date set up by melissa for U19...that its U19 as of Dec.06...which seems totally unfair...since im still 18...and will still be U19 whent he tournament takes place, yet as of dec.06 i'll be 19 ...like come on...the torunament isnt even for ranking....so why put up such specific guidelines

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    Default Age Group

    In the past tournaments their are specific date setup for age group purposes. I followed those tournaments, because it would set a standard. I didn't notice that now other tournaments did change to Jan 1, 2006 instead.

    Any ways.. to me I think its okay if you are U19 before the tournament and join in that category, if you are not a ranked player. For me to host a tournament the goal is to have fun, experience, challenge and to fundraise for the school.

    To me no matter what age group I play, I have lots of fun, challenge myself and get more and more experience to improve my game. Its always been a good experience not just in playing, but in meeting new people and a good chance to play with different people that you don't normally get to play against.

    I am open to ideas and comments .. because I would like to improve the tournament so it is successful and more and more people support YUMO. I love to play badminton and I really want to start more programs or functions and not just only tournaments.

    Thanks again!

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    WTH that would mean ur not strict about your own tournament settings , so if you let it all side meaning that this is pure ******** of a tournament, you put U19 and U16 for a reason and the date setting of 2006. its a bit late for poeple to draw back now for those who have already put in there forms.... so i highly think its unfiar to change ur mind almost at the last moment of the tournament because i know for a fact that some of my friends put in there forms as open insetd of U19, so if u let things slide like this thats just seriously alot of bull ****......... as a comment i suggest u stricly follow what you have posted and not go back on it, though its only to have fun , most people play seriously and it would mean its unfair for them when the thought they had a chance.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabby
    WTH that would mean ur not strict about your own tournament settings , so if you let it all side meaning that this is pure ******** of a tournament, you put U19 and U16 for a reason and the date setting of 2006. its a bit late for poeple to draw back now for those who have already put in there forms.... so i highly think its unfiar to change ur mind almost at the last moment of the tournament because i know for a fact that some of my friends put in there forms as open insetd of U19, so if u let things slide like this thats just seriously alot of bull ****......... as a comment i suggest u stricly follow what you have posted and not go back on it, though its only to have fun , most people play seriously and it would mean its unfair for them when the thought they had a chance.........
    age is hard to prove and follow especially for non ranking tournaments... It should be sorted by skill levels! :P

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    well dont matter but if the organizer does not stick to what the from is sent out and says on it then that organizer is pretty useless

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabby
    WTH that would mean ur not strict about your own tournament settings , so if you let it all side meaning that this is pure ******** of a tournament, you put U19 and U16 for a reason and the date setting of 2006. its a bit late for poeple to draw back now for those who have already put in there forms.... so i highly think its unfiar to change ur mind almost at the last moment of the tournament because i know for a fact that some of my friends put in there forms as open insetd of U19, so if u let things slide like this thats just seriously alot of bull ****......... as a comment i suggest u stricly follow what you have posted and not go back on it, though its only to have fun , most people play seriously and it would mean its unfair for them when the thought they had a chance.........
    now your friends can join U19 n open...no worries its a fun tournament...

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    but there entry forms are already in therefore they cant retract it i dont think...... GO TO HELL ANDREW!!! LOLZ!

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