COLLEGE RIFLES BADMINTON CLUB - College Rifles Badminton Club is situated at 33 Haast St in Remuera (near Upland Rd shops) and has a purpose-built hall with five courts. The club has approximately 300 members and comprises senior, mid-week and junior clubs. The club caters for both competitive and casual players. Various membership categories are available. All fully affilliated members have the opportunity to play interclub and there are teams representing College Rifles in senior, junior and mid-week interclub. Grades range from A grade to D grade for seniors and midweek and from A to E grade for juniors.
TAKAPUNA BADMINTON CLUB - All grades of players are welcome from beginners to top international players. Whether you want to play socially or competitively we are able to cater for your every need. We play all year round from early January to late December giving you the opportunity to improve your skills over the summer ready for the competitions that take place in the winter.
AUCKLAND BADMINTON ASSOCIATION - The Auckland Badminton Association was formed in 1930. The sport enjoyed steady growth and by the 1960?s badminton in the region had reached such a size that the Counties, Waitemata (now Waitakere) and finally North Shore (now North Harbour) associations were founded. Despite administering only half it?s original area, Auckland is by far the largest badminton centre in New Zealand with more than 20% of all affiliated players. There are currently 15 Senior, 8 Ladies and 7 Junior Clubs making up the Auckland Badminton Association.
TE RAPA BADMINTON CLUB - Juniors Wednesday evenings 5.30pm to 7.30pm Starts on 17 February 2010 Cost: $80 for season or casual $5 per night Seniors Wednesday nights 7.30pm till late Starts 3 March Cost: $130 for the season plus $2 nightly shuttle fee or a casual $10 per night fee
TAURANGA BADMINTON CLUB (2003) INC - The Tauranga Badminton Club was re-established in 2003 after several years in recess. There were several interested badminton players who were the driving force behind this and it is thanks to them that the club is up and running now. The club plays out of the Bethlehem College Gymnasium on Mondays and Wednesdays during the season.
BADMINTON CENTRE - Based at the Badminton Centre on Childers Road Reserve and in Patutahi, there are four clubs, which cater to all different levels of playing ability from the beginner to the seasoned player. All clubs offer a casual fee or a yearly subscription. Rackets are available.
NAPIER BADMINTON CLUB INC. - The Napier Badminton Club is the largest Badminton club in Napier playing at the Rodney Green Centennial Events Centre one night a week with both a Junior and Senior club. The Napier Badminton Club caters for all ages and playing abilities with in-house coaching available at any level. We have 9 Badminton courts available and we use feather shuttles. Club rackets are available to use on playing nights or to purchase. The club celebrated its 75th Jubilee in 1999.
Napier Badminton Club Inc. - The Hastings Badminton Club regularly meet every Wednesday night at the Hastings Sports Stadium, Railway Road, Hastings. We have 8 courts available for play and we cater for beginners to advanced players. We also have coaching available.
RAINBOW JUNIOR BADMINTON CLUB - Rainbow Junior Badminton Club runs on most Thursdays in part of the B&M Centre, Pascal St, Palmerston North. From 6pm to 7-30pm, (through to Nov) . Aimed primarily at Junior players of all ages and their families, particularly those that wish to try out Badminton Racquets are available, shuttles provided Appropriate indoor sports footwear is recommended, street shoes are not suitable.
MONRAD BADMINTON CLUB - The Monrad Badminton Club began in 1961/2 and has played in many varied locations over the years. You would have to suspect that it had it's origins at Monrad Intermediate School and you'd be right. It moved it operations from there to QEC's new gymnasium in the late 80s for a couple of years and then went to the Teachers College Gym for several years. We had a few good years at the old YMCA stadium before it was closed down and from there went to the arena complex for a few years as well before finally settling at the St Peters College Gymnasium when it was opened in 1999.
PALMERSTON NORTH BADMINTON CLUB - The Senior club has moved to The Ballroom at Arena Manawatu which gives us nine courts instead of the four we've had in the past! This allows us to continue growing without you missing out on games due to a lack of court space. Also, for those players who want to, we'll be able to run singles courts and coaching on a regular basis.
WELLINGTON BADMINTON CLUB - Wellington Badminton Club plays on Thursdays at the Badminton Hall in Hataitai. We welcome visitors: just turn up with some non-marking sports shoes and a racket (we have a couple of loaners, and rackets can also be hired at the shop). We play from 7pm to 10pm from early March through mid October. We welcome players of all abilities, both those who are interested in joining the club, and those who are just interested in coming down occasionally for a game.
OTAGO BADMINTON ASSOCIATION - A provisional committee (I.Penrose & T.Grimsdale) called a meeting on June 6 1933 to form the Otago Badminton Association. Ten delegates in all attended, from four clubs - Maori Hill, Dunedin, Dunedin Twenty (who changed their name to Twenty in 1950) and United.
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