Our history…a story of passion and commitment. The Bunbury and Districts Badminton Association has a long and proud heritage as an integral part of the South West community, drawing members from towns across the entire South West Region.In the 1960s there were many badminton clubs in the Greater Bunbury area. They each used existing multi-use facilities and intra-club events had to be held in separate facilities at the South West Hall in Spencer Street to handle the number of entrants. Planning for a dedicated specialty badminton facility was first discussed in 1970, and plans were drawn up in consultation with the various clubs, and with the assistance of the (then) Shire of Bunbury. Amenities in the building included toilets and showers, a kitchen, a club and meeting room, and an office. At the time, a loan from the Shire was required to fund the construction of the building, and this was guaranteed at the time by more than 20 members...
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Badminton WA held a very short meeting today to complete the financial reporting/ auditing requirements for the 2022 year. Of interest is the Annual report as to what's being achieved at a state level by a small but dedicated Board and Committee. The...Read more
Life membership.On Monday evening, the 18th September, a number of special presentations were held.Quite apart from the Grand Final for Winter Pennants 2023 (see separate post) and subsequent awards a little subterfuge was enacted to include one of o...Read more
Monday the 18th September saw teams come together fight out for the Pennant or just for team pride at the culmination of the 2023 Winter Pennants season.Forrest Dental, who had lead the competition for nearly all of the season, came up against second...Read more
At the end of the 3rd round, and with finals on next week, please see results from this week's matches.Please note there was an error in the adding of points and games totals in last weeks total results. This did not affect the games won and lost and...Read more