The VICTOR Oceania Junior Mixed Team Championships begun yesterday, setting in motion the final event from a busy week in Noumea.
If you held a mirror to the VICTOR Oceania Championships finals, you would see a perfect reflection of participants and results across the Junior and Senior event.
It was a busy and long day at Salle Anewy in New Caledonia, as over 100 players took to the courts in the first day of the VICTOR Oceania Junior and Senior Championships.
The Australian supremacy was on display last night at Salle Anewy in Noumea, as their players took out the title in every event at the Casa Del Sole Noumea International.
Dylan Soedjasa (NZ) was the name on everyone’s lips today at the Kiwi player made his presence felt in the Casa Del Sole Noumea International, staking his claim for finals spots in both the men’s singles…
Australian shuttlers had the most success as the Casa Del Sole Noumea International got underway today at Salle Anewy in Noumea, putting on dominant displays in the singles and claiming a number of quarter-final berths.
In front of an enthusiastic crowd gathered at Salle Anewy, the Australians in the field continued the theme of yesterday to once again put on strong performances and claim most of the semi-final spots.
Over the weekend 28-29 January 10 new Shuttle Time Tutors were put through their paces at the first Shuttle Time Tutor Training Course of 2017, held at Maribyrnong College in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Due to a clash with the recently announced Adele concert, there will be a change to the date of the 2017 SKYCITY New Zealand Badminton Open.
On the signing of this agreement Flemming Quach – from the Victor Global Marketing Division – emphasised: