Hi folks, hope you all have had a great summer. Our regular badminton nights start the coming Tuesday September 3rd from 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm, so come out and have some fun!

New membership fee and membership form are on the way so stay tuned.

Please be aware that this Thursday (June 13, 2013) will be the last night for this season. See you tonight or see you in September!

If you are a TRU student or anyone who could read Chinese, you are very welcome to visit KamloopsBBS.com 甘露网 甘露市华人论坛网 for more information about Kamloops.

Please be aware that there will be NO badminton on May 9th and 14th, 2013.

Please note there will be NO badminton next week (March 19 & 21).

Please be aware that there will be no badminton on Tuesday February 19th and Thursday February 21st.

Unfortunately, no more Sundays from January till the end of the school year due to financial reasons.

There will be no badminton for the next two weeks and we will resume playing on January 8th.

Wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Hi members, we will have badminton on the following dates for December 2012:

December 4 (Tuesday)
December 6 (Thursday)
December 18 (Tuesday)
December 20 (Thursday)

And the time will be the same: 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm.

Perkin double winner at Kamloops Open Badminton tournament.

The highly anticipated meeting of the top seeds in the men’s doubles draw met everyone’s expectations as Alex Perkin and Garrett Babichuk beat Charmaine Reid and Nicole Grether 21-13, 21-17 in the finals. The men, former TRU teammates, were able to get by the ladies, Canadian and German Olympians, in a match highlighted by long rallies and excellent defenses.

Perkin then joined forces with TRU’s Anica Arduini to win the mixed doubles title with a tight 21-19, 18-21, 21-17 battle over Brad Pape and Sonja Drummond, both from Kamloops.

Reid and Grether dominated the ladies division by winning the doubles title over Jennifer Eastwood of Kamloops and Lisa Davison of Prince George and then Grether took the singles title by beating her partner in two straight games.

TRU’s Noah Woods was pressured in both his last two matches but was able to squeak out a 21-17, 26-24 win in men’s singles over Babichuk.

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