Badminton: Julie – Canterbury Badminton
If you require further assistance when putting together or training your badminton team please contact Canterbury Badminton or your local Badminton sporting body.
Manager’s Meeting: 10.20am, 17 September, in the Stadium at the Lincoln Event Centre.
Rules: The Koru Games Badminton competitions will be played under the Laws of Badminton.
Competitions: Boys and Girls tournaments will be played separately, girls are able to play within a ‘boys’ team but will play within the Boys competition. There are no limits on the number of teams each school can enter.
Format: The Badminton tournament has separate boys and girls competitions. They will play round robin games in pools, the results of which will give seeding for a knockout round resulting in overall placings. Get your draws here
Team Manager: All schools/teams must be accompanied by a manager who is able and willing to umpire (teacher, parent, senior student).
First Aid: Performance Physio will be set up at the netball courts, and Complete Physiotherapy will be set up at rugby sevens to provide first aid to any badminton competitors that need it during the three days. Both physios will offer strapping at an additional charge (cash only). Complete Podiatry will be on site alongside the physio at sevens on Wednesday.
Food/Beverage: Tamperblack Coffee and M&S Gourmet Burgers will be onsite during the Games
Equipment: Schools are encouraged to supply their own racquets and shuttles but some equipment can be provided, contact Canterbury Badminton for assistance with equipment.