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    Default Advanced level play in North York area

    First, I'd like to apologize for advance - I did search the old threads, but still have no clear answer...

    I am visiting Toronto area in the middle of June for a family function and would like to find a place to drop in and play either Saturday or Sunday June 14/15. Our group consists of three players: an intermediate-to-advanced level adult, and two boys - a 14-year old and an 11-year old, both are in the top 10 in their age groups in the US. Can someone please recommend a place?

    Thank you.

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    You might have better chance meeting some advnaced players by dropping in one of these badminton clubs, they both accept drop-ins.

    http://www.mandarinbadminton.com/
    http://www.leesbadminton.ca/

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    Mandarin and Lee's are great choices, there is also Flying Dragon as well, but you need a member to sign you in for guests. There is also Centennial College on Sundays 7:30-10:30, but level there is Ontario B player at best, wide range of skills.

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    isn't lee's closing during the summer renovating or something?

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    gah flying dragon's little kids playing level's so low. not recommended for drop ins.

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    ^^^kinda true but i mean its a new club compared to lees and mandarin those clubs have been open for yearsss...every club takes time to establish and get good coaches and a good reputation.i'm sure in the future FD will be on the same level as lees & man.

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