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07-10-2010, 03:33 AM #35
CCCers get confused when you say something not related to our separate threads
Our CCC Badminton: CCC@MSAC Sun 10:00am-12:00noon thread is located at (click on this link below):
And read what was posted in that thread over the last 7 days. Info related to that thread is posted there; like the change of Court No. and/or Time allocated for us.
For you, since you are only involved in that "Sunday CCC at MSAC" activity, it is best for you to bookmark that "Sunday" thread, and post in that thread only. Otherwise, all our CCCers will get confused when you say something not related to our separate/different threads.
Last edited by chris-ccc; 07-10-2010 at 03:38 AM.
07-29-2010, 05:53 AM #36
CCCers get confused when there are too many CCC threads to read
Just received this comment via email:
Comment: I am getting confused when there are too many CCC threads to read.
Answer: CCC Badminton needs to have separate threads because we have many different activities, like;
* Sessions held at different venues (like at MSAC)
* Sessions held with different time (for example 7:30pm start, 11:00pm end)
* Sessions held for different events (like Friendly Matches)
* etc, etc......
We start a new thread whenever a new activity/event starts, which is different from other activities.
CCCers need to read only what we are interested in;
* Some are for Coaching/Training
* Some are for playing in Social Games
* Some are for playing Friendly Matches
* Some are for playing in Tournaments/Competitions
* Some are for buying discounted tickets for tournaments
* Some are for buying Badminton gears
* Some are for Social Functions, like Karaoke, Dinners, Lunches, etc......
* Some are for new BadmintonCentral members questions, like 'When you could not post at Badminton Central after registering'
* etc, etc, ......
Whenever a new CCCer reads a thread, always read the first post. It informs us the intention why the thread is started/created.
And then go to read what were posted during the last week. It informs us the latest news of what is happening and/or talking about lately. But always check the date when the last post was made; for it could have been made years ago.
Last edited by chris-ccc; 07-29-2010 at 05:58 AM.
12-15-2010, 07:16 PM #37
CCC Badminton: Weekday Afternoon CATS at MSAC
We have started a new thread for a new activity/event, which is our Weekday Afternoon CATS (Coaching And Training Sessions) at MSAC.
For more info, please click on this thread located at;
12-19-2010, 09:33 PM #38
Fee structure for CCC CATS (Coaching And Training Sessions)
Question: What is the fee structure for CCC having Coaching And Training Sessions (CATS)?
From 1-Jan-2011, CCC CATS (organised by CCC) will implement a new fee structure, namely;
Cost.......$25 per trainee (visitor)
Cost.......$20 per trainee (member)
(Trainees not required to pay for court hire)
Also please be informed that from 1-Jan-2011, Private Coaching Sessions (organised by trainees) will be set at $80 per session (2-hours). Trainees required to pay for court hire.
Last edited by chris-ccc; 12-19-2010 at 09:48 PM.
02-10-2011, 04:43 PM #39
Sorry for asking this because I cannot really find a complete list of places to play
Recently, I received this email;
Question: Sorry for asking this because I cannot really find a complete list of places to play at your CCC Badminton Club?
Currently, our CCC Badminton Social Games nights are held on Wednesday and Friday nights. Our players' communication are via BadmintonCentral. Therefore you will need to register as a BadmintonCentral member to communicate with us there.
Our CCC Site at BamintonCentral is located at;
Our CCC (Social Games and Coaching) threads are located at the following links below (please read the 1st and last posts);
Wednesday Night CCC Social Games:
Friday Night CCC Social Games:
Sunday Morning CCC Coaching And Training Sessions (CATS):
Communicate with our CCC members via BadmintonCentral, because even if I am unavailable, other CCCers can answer your questions.
Last edited by chris-ccc; 02-10-2011 at 04:46 PM.
07-14-2011, 12:29 AM #40
07-25-2011, 09:17 AM #41
Updating contact info (Monday 25-Jul-2011)
Updating contact info for chris-ccc;
* Forum: ...... BadmintonCentral (This thread)
* Phone: ...... 0466-282-859 (Australia)
* SMS: ......... 0435-795-563 (Australia)
* Email: ....... email@example.com
* Facebook ... http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=4498854986
* News ........ http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...play.php?f=192
Last edited by chris-ccc; 07-25-2011 at 09:21 AM.
08-16-2011, 07:29 AM #42
What is the best way to go to MSAC from the city?
Question: What is the best way to go to MSAC (Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre) from the city via public transport?
Answer: Tram No.96 is the best.
In the city, you will find Tram No.96 travelling along Bourke Street and then along the southern section of Spencer Street, going to St. Kilda Beach.
Get down at Stop No.129 (Wright Street), at the carpark of MSAC, .
Click on the link below for the Tram No.96 Route Map;
When you arrive at MSAC, go to the reception counter and the staff will direct you to the Badminton hall.
09-06-2011, 04:03 AM #43
Many changes have occurred at CCC over the years
Please be informed that if you elect to unsubscribe from any of our individual CCC threads and then now return to read, then you should read up to our last posts.
We have long-time CCCers returning at BadmintonCentral and assuming/expecting that CCC is still the same (fee/membership/venue). This is not the case; Many changes have occurred at CCC over the years.
Last edited by chris-ccc; 09-06-2011 at 04:05 AM.
11-22-2011, 10:13 AM #44
Is there a spare racket that I could use during the session?
Question: I don't have a racket, is there a spare racket that I could use during the session?
Answer: CCC Badminton Club can lend you one; or you can hire one from MSAC yourself.
11-29-2011, 06:01 AM #45
Will CCC Badminton be having a break over the Xmas & New Year holiday season?
Question: Will CCC Badminton be having a break over the Xmas & New Year holiday season?
Answer: Our CCC Badminton sessions will continue to play. Why have a break when we enjoy playing?
But read our threads - There are times when our venues are not available for us.
03-20-2012, 10:27 AM #46
CCC Social Challenge Matches on Wednesday night@MSAC
Question: Please explain how the CCC Social Session is run @MSAC on Wednesday night.
Answer: Currently (in Year 2012), we are having "Challenge Matches" at our Wednesday night's Social Session.
Below, we shall state the Schedule for our "Challenge Matches".
1. Terms used:
1.1 Qualification Match = Your first match.
1.2 Challenge Matches = Your later matches.
2. Schedule of Matches:
2.1 Before starting, first find a partner. For players looking for partners, please don't be shy to ask at our Wednesday night thread, or ask players attending our session.
2.2 If no partner is found, then see chris-ccc.
2.3 With set number of participants (limited to 16), we should have a quick turn-over of matches. Therefore, warm-up hits are only permitted for Qualification Matches; There shall be no warm-up for Challenge Matches.
2.4 After your Qualification Matches, there should be winners and losers awaiting to play in the next scheduled match (the Challenge Match). As scheduled and as called to appear on court, the 4 players may exchange partners if they wish.
2.5 The shuttlecock being placed under the net in the middle of the court is for the next scheduled match.
2.6 Court No.10 is used for losers' Challenge Matches.
2.7 Court No.11 is used for winners' Challenge Matches.
2.8 After your match, please remember to place a shuttlecock under the net in the middle of the court for the next scheduled match.
We welcome other suggestions to help make our CCC Social Challenge Matches more exciting and more efficiently run.
Last edited by chris-ccc; 03-20-2012 at 10:30 AM.
05-06-2012, 09:04 PM #47
How does CCC Badminton Club conduct its sessions?
I have been asked this question so often.
Question: How does CCC Badminton conduct its sessions (Wednesday Social Games and Sunday CATS - Coaching And Training Session)?
Answer: Interested players and trainees are welcomed to attend our sessions as observers. What is observed is what we do. It would save me lots of explaining posts.
10-01-2012, 08:58 AM #48
I'm just new here in Melbourne for study, living near Glenferrie Station and would like to joint this Wednesday session, 3 oct 2012. So, Could it be possible to join the session or this is only for member?
10-02-2012, 11:59 AM #49
01-23-2013, 09:50 PM #50
CCC Badminton is a Coaching Club
Some common questions;
* I am a beginner, can I join your club?
* I am an experienced/good player, what is the standard of your club?
Answer: Click on this link for the answer;
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