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    Exclamation 2002 SCBA Classic Tournament

    Hello All,

    The 2002 SCBA Classic tournament is coming up (December 6-8, 2002). Entry forms can be obtained from the www.scbabadminton.org and www.usabadminton.org websites.

    The entry deadline is November 23, 2002.

    Tournament Dates December 6-8, 2002.

    Location: Orange County Badminton Club.

    Events: Open, B, and C all with Consolation. Results of the Open flight are used to determine USA Badminton National Rankings. Players can enter up to 3 events, but cannot enter the same event in different flights.

    Entry Fee: $15 for the first event, and $10 for each additional event

    Good Luck !!

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    Do you know where I can find results of this tournament? Also, was anyone there to watch/play? Any comments?

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    SCBA Classic - December 6-8, 2002 - Orange County Badminton Club Orange County, CA

    Mens Singles Final Result:
    Kevin Han def. Khan Malaythong 17/15, 15/4

    Womens Singles Final Result:
    Meiluawati def. Eva Lee 11/1, 11/1

    Mens Doubles Final Result:
    Tony Gunawan / Khan Malaythong def.
    Kevin Han / Howard Bach 15/10, 15/9

    Womens Doubles Final Result:
    Cora Tanuwidjaja / Lili Zhou def.
    Mesinee Mangkalakiri / Meiluawati 3/11, 11/9, 11/3

    Mixed Doubles Final Result:

    Tony Gunawan / Mesinee Mangkalakiri def.
    Khanh Malaythong / Lili Zhou 11/2 ,13/10

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    Eva Lee is a scary person to play. I saw her play before. I hit with her for a bit too, she's so good.....

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    Well, what can I say... They are Pros, we are not.

    If u get a chance, try to play with the girl, Hu junxia. I believe she trains at Orange County, too.

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    She's like a sophmore or junior in high school though.....

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    I watched her play too, she's so good it scares me, she was hitting with Kevin Han, and they look about the same level to me...

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    Originally posted by TrunkZ69
    She's like a sophmore or junior in high school though.....

    Age does not apply too much in badminton.

    Last year, a coach from my club, team up with a 12 yr old boy (his student, NY state #5 in his group) play against me and my partner. 4 of us worn out each other at the end, however, the way that little boy played really impressed me a lot. Both him and me against each other at the net, this little kid gives me so much trouble of running (rolling???) around.

    Well, he's been trained for 7 years, and I almost never got a coach. Ppl joked about this match as "pro vs. playground style".

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    Originally posted by TrunkZ69
    Eva Lee is a scary person to play. I saw her play before. I hit with her for a bit too, she's so good.....

    Any one from CA knows this girl "Hu, Junxia"??? I think she just came from China to US for 1-2 yrs. Now, she consistantly kept her ranking within the top 3 (or 2) within the states. I heard (from a chinese newspaper interview) that she's training in Orange County. Her story kinda really impressed me a lot.

    If get a chance, really want to personally meet with this amazing girl.

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    Thanks for posting the results Kwun.

    Saw the new national rankings come out this morning. I had assumed they would include results from the US Open in the calculations, but I guess I was wrong. Did anybody get to watch Budiyani Setiawan play? Any comments?

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