Welcome to Rally Niagara Badminton. Badminton is one of the most popular sports in the world appealing to all ages and skill levels. It is a social game that can be played at the recreational level or competitively. Its physical and health benefits are outstanding and most important of all, its fun!
Open badminton spring session on Sunday's begins on April 12th and runs for 12 weeks on Sunday's from 3:30 PM to 6:30 PM. Session cost is $45 for adults and $30 for students or for those who prefer to drop-in for the daily rate is $5 for adults, $3 for students. We'll see you out on the courts!!!
Sunday, Mar 29th was a fantastic day of youth badminton. 171 games were played at 5 age levels. Thank you to all the volunteers and those who brought drinks and snacks. With your help the event was a great success. Brackets winners are shown below and on button link below. Check out all 157 photos of the event on facebook. Navin, superb on the photos - first class job.
U9 Boys - Grant Wang (1st), Henry Millar (2nd), Neal Deshpande (3rd)
U11 Boys - Simon Li (1st), Daren Liu (2nd), Ethan Schul (3rd)
U13 Boys - Ian MacDonald (1st), David Hacker (2nd), Ammar Anjum (3rd)
U16 Boys - Mark Chang (1st), Ian MacDonald (2nd), Daniel Hacker (3rd)
U19 Boys - Tyler Mirando (1st), Harry Wang (2nd), Colin Helfer (3rd)
U9 Girls - Nora Jetter (1st), Ryley Goodwin (2nd), Ellen Jetter (3rd)
U11 Girls - Megan Singer (1st), Aryaa Deshpande (2nd), Zoe Bowers (3rd)
U13 Girls - Brooke Bowers (1st), Laura Cohn (2nd), Ella Bulger (3rd)
U16 Girls - Dana Bulger (1st), Eileen Wang (2nd), Hannah Laski (3rd)
U19 Girls - Rhea Wan (1st), Paige Moreno (2nd), Margaret Millar (3rd)
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Sunday, Nov 16th was a badminton "meet" at St. Matthew's and featured youth from the Christian Academy of WNY, Sacred Heart Academy, and Rally Niagara Badminton club. 43 youth participated and it was a great afternoon of badminton. See results on attachment below.
Rally Niagara Badminton is affiliated with USA Badminton (USAB). USAB is the recognized national governing body for the sport of badminton in the United States headquartered in Colorado Springs, CO.
A 2008 study by the Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association reported that approximately 1,362,000 people play badminton frequently in the US. Badminton is truly a growing sport in the US as well as on the international level.
It is a great social and recreational game
Congratulations to the following Rally Niagara youth who participated in the Erindale youth tournament in Mississauga on Jan 31 / Feb 1
Tyler Mirando - Under 19 - 4th place
Daniel Hacker - Under 14 - 5th place
David Hacker - Under 12 - 7th place