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Rally Niagara Badminton Club

875 Eggert Drive, North Tonawanda, NY 14120 ● (716) 381-4571
E-mail: admin@rallyniagarabadminton.com



It is a great social and recreational game




Playing badminton makes your body physically fit and reduces the risk of heart disease, diabetes, and obesity





It is an activity that the whole family can enjoy



 
Keeps kids healthy and active

  
                  Produces Focus & Determination



Meet new friends

  

Fun for all







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 either recreationally or competitively. Its physical and health benefits are outstanding and most important of all, its fun!

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News:

There will be no open badminton on April 20th (Easter). Starting on Sunday, May 4th, "singles" ladder play begins. All are welcome for competitive game play and a great workout. See schedule and fees tab for more information.

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Thank you to all the volunteers, coaches, and parents who helped with this seasons youth badminton tournaments.

The "Singles" tournament on Apr 6th featured some fantastic competitive games. 147 photos have been posted in facebook and included are some great action shots (Thanks, Navin). 65 kids took part in preliminary games, mini-skill events, and a double elimination bracket for boys and girls ...
at five age levels. The 1st place winners are as follows:

Girls:

U9: Eleanor Collins (RNBC)
U11: Laura Cohn
U13: Eileen Wang
U16: Hannah Laski (Sacred Heart)
U19: Jenna Wild (Sacred Heart)

Boys:

 U9: Matthew Woelfle (RNBC)
U11: Ian McDonald (Erindale)
U13: Daniel Hacker (RNBC)
U16-19: Colin Helfer

The "Doubles" tournament on Apr 12th featured 19 teams. It was the first ever youth doubles tournament held at the club and it was a great success. Winners are as follows:

Girls:

U9: Megan Singer & Eleanor Collins
U11: Allyson Keleher & Kaitlin Samsel
U13: Nitya Chandra & Aryaa Deshpande

Boys:

U9: Neal Deshpande & Wilson Zheng
U11: Simon Li & Judah Collins
U13: David Hacker & Levi Puscheck
U16-19: Karl Sookdeo & Daniel Hacker

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Sept/Oct Badminton newsletter -Click on link shown above

            

 


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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. 

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