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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It would seem all teams were playing from the same playbook tonight with all matches completed ending with a 7/5 result. With the ladder leaders on a bye this week the fight was on to secure 2nd spot with 5 of the 7 teams tied on second position...Read more
Some ripper games tonight with no less than 9 decided by resets, setting up a fight for positions on the ladder. At the end of the first round, four of the seven teams are jostling for 2nd position, all with a 3/3 win/loss record. Top of the table Ro...Read more
Top of the table Rosemont Park Studs showed they deserved their current No 1 position tonight with a strong win over SW Isuzu Smashers. Bunbury Appliances came within a whisker of chalking up their first win, with The SWAT team taking the win 7/5 but...Read more
On such a cold evening there were a few engines that were slow to start on the court tonight which seemed to have been reflected in the game scores. Benesse Boomers had a return to form with a win over Bunbury Appliances whilst top-of-the-table...Read more