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Saint John Junior Badminton Club  

 
Where:       Millidgeville North School
When:
  1. Training to Train U13  - Monday and Wednesday 6-7 pm.
  2. Training to Train - Monday and Wednesday 6-8 pm; occasional Saturday 9 am-12 pm (location to be determined).
  3. Training to Compete - Monday and Wednesday 6-8 pm; occasional Saturday 9 am-12 pm ( location to be determined).
  4. Active For Life - Tuesday 6:00 - 7:30 pm.
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On and Off Court Monthly Tournaments 

Saturday February 6 2016

Saturday March 12 2016

Location: Bayside Middle School

For more information contact: onandoffcourt@nb.aibn.com

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Effective 2016

We offer 3 compettive programs which are currently at the maximum number of participants. These programs are by invitation only but please contact us if you would like more information. 

There is also a recreational program which meets on Tuesday nights from 6:00 to 7:30 at Millidgeville North School.



We follow the long-term athlete development (LTAD) program created by Badminton Canada.

Listed below are the programs and their objectives:

Training to Train U13

Objectives:

1. To develop fundamental badminton skills and physical literacy

2. To enhance agility, balance, co-ordination and speed

3. To introduce badminton specific skills and movements while developing endurance through fun activities

Training to Train (Males Ages 12-16 and Females Ages 11-15)

Objectives:

1. Major fitness development phase with emphasis on aerobic development

2. To work on developing technical skills

Training to Compete (Males Ages 16-19 and Females Ages 15-18)

Objectives:

1. To develop performance, optimizing fitness and recovery tailored to individual

2. Concentrate on speed, strength, power, plyometrics, endurance, badminton skills and tactical training depending on what discipline the athlete competes in, such as singles, doubles or mixed doubles categories.

Active For Life (Males and Females)

This is the recreation program, players should have a general knowledge of badminton.

Objectives:

1.  Fun

2.  Social

3.  Maintenance of Fitness

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2015

All programs are currently at the maximum number of participants. Please contact us for more information on our programs or to be placed on the waiting list. If you are already on the waiting list you will receive an email once a spot opens.



We follow the long-term athlete development (LTAD) program created by Badminton Canada.

Listed below are three levels of competitive program and one level of recreational program, and their objectives:

Learning to Train (Males Ages 9-12 and Females Ages 8-11)

Objectives:

1. To develop fundamental badminton skills and physical literacy

2. To enhance agility, balance, co-ordination and speed

3. To introduce badminton specific skills and movements while developing endurance through fun activities

Training to Train (Males Ages 12-16 and Females Ages 11-15)

Objectives:

1. Major fitness development phase with emphasis on aerobic development

2. To work on developing technical skills

Training to Compete (Males Ages 16-19 and Females Ages 15-18)

Objectives:

1. To develop performance, optimizing fitness and recovery tailored to individual

2. Concentrate on speed, strength, power, plyometrics, endurance, badminton skills and tactical training depending on what discipline the athlete competes in, such as singles, doubles or mixed doubles categories.

Active For Life (Males and Females)

This is the recreation program, players should have a general knowledge of badminton.

Objectives:

1.  Fun

2.  Social

3.  Maintenance of Fitness


 

BNNB Regional Badminton Tournament

2015 On and Off Court Spring Open

April 25th Bayside Middle School

Open , U17 , U15 , U13 Singles 
Open and Junior Doubles

$20 for 1 event / $30 for 2 events (limit to 1 singles event)

Register by Thursday April 23rd , email entry to onandoffcourt@nb.aibn.com

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2015 On and Off Court March Open Regional Badminton Championships

March 28th Bayside Middle School Saint John NB

- BNNB Regional Tournament

- Open , U17 , U15 , U13 Singles 
- Open and Junior U15 Doubles

- Register by email onandoffcourt@nb.aibn.com

- Entry deadline is March 26th

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On and Off Court Winterfest Classic Regional Championships

Bayside Middle School
75 Bayside Drive, Saint John NB E5K 4X7
Date: Saturday February 28, 2015
Register by February 26th
email: onandoffcourt@nb.aibn.com 

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Dear Parents,

We are very pleased to welcome your child to the Saint John Junior Badminton Club for the 2015 Spring Session. For those who were here last year, welcome back. For new members, here is a little information about the club.

The Saint John Junior Badminton Club was founded by Diane MacLeod-Cyr approximately 15 years ago. We are proud to have had a number of highly ranked badminton players from New Brunswick, Atlantic Canada and from all of Canada. From the last Canada Games Team for New Brunswick in 2010, we are proud to say that we had 5 former club athletes out of 10 athletes on the badminton team.

We are primarily a competitive club whose objective is to teach badminton to youth and to provide them with an opportunity to match their skills against players locally, from the rest of the province on the Provincial Junior Circuit and the rest of Atlantic Canada during the Atlantic Championships.  There is also have a recreational component to our club for children who do not want to be competitive. 

Our club stands for hard work, fair play, being part of a team and striving to always do your best. The emphasis is not on winning and losing but rather on participating and competing hard, enjoying the experience and the sport of badminton.

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We follow the long-term athlete development (LTAD) program created by Badminton Canada.

Listed below are three levels of competitive program and one level of recreational program, and their objectives:

Learning to Train (Males Ages 9-12 and Females Ages 8-11)

Objectives:

1. To develop fundamental badminton skills and physical literacy

2. To enhance agility, balance, co-ordination and speed

3. To introduce badminton specific skills and movements while developing endurance through fun activities

Training to Train (Males Ages 12-16 and Females Ages 11-15)

Objectives:

1. Major fitness development phase with emphasis on aerobic development

2. To work on developing technical skills

Training to Compete (Males Ages 16-19 and Females Ages 15-18)

Objectives:

1. To develop performance, optimizing fitness and recovery tailored to individual

2. Concentrate on speed, strength, power, plyometrics, endurance, badminton skills and tactical training depending on what discipline the athlete competes in, such as singles, doubles or mixed doubles categories.

Active For Life (Males and Females)

This is the recreation program, players should have a general knowledge of badminton.

Objectives:

1.  Fun

2.  Social

3.  Maintenance of Fitness

 

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