SPRING 2018 – Weekly Training

Spring 2018

Registration now open – popular classes filling quickly

Two (2) locations to choose from:

  • NEW – Friday nights at the Turnbull School: 1.5 hour programs
    • 6:30 – 8:00 (Children ages 6-14: Skill Development and Intermediate)
    • 8:00 – 9:30 (Youth ages 12+ and adults: Skill Development and Intermediate)
  • Saturdays at the Turnbull School
    • 2:00 – 4:00 - FULL
    • 4:15-6:15 - FULL
    • 6:30 – 8:30 (Youth 14+ and adults – competitive with advance approval of head coach)
  • Sundays at the Hunt Club Riverside Park Community Centre
    • 11:45 – 1:45 (Youth 12+ and adults – Intermediate & Competitive)
    • 2:00 – 4:00 – FULL

Saturday/Sunday programs begin April 14/15 weekend - 6 week programs
Friday night (NEW) programs begin May 11 – 6 week programs

Information Flyer
Registration Form


Summer 2018

Registration is now open for our highly acclaimed summer camps. Players from all clubs and all schools are welcome to participate.
Programs include technical and tactical training with our NCCP trained and certified coaching leadership team, along with organized game play.
Plan for some summer fun on the badminton courts with your friends, and/or get a jump start on developing your competitive game.

Venue: Turnbull School – 1132 Fisher Avenue (between Baseline and Carling)
Choice of 6 weeks beginning July 9
Choice of Full Days, Half day mornings, Half day afternoons. (Turnbull School offers an academic program in the mornings: Information)

Information Flyer
Registration Form

BON #5 - Provincial Junior Competitive Series Tournament – February 10/11, 2018

Fifteen (15) SBA Players braved the freezing ice drive to travel to Port Hope for the BON #5 Junior B event on the weekend of February 10/11.

Solid performances by all SBA players.

Special salute to our SBA double medal winners: Heather Liu, Dulika Gamage, Felix Wong

SBA Results


Changing the Game – Changing the Conversation - January 20, 2018

Changing the Game

Soong Badminton Academy coach mentor Janet Hugli, and coach apprentices Emily Chen and Patricia Liu joined the CTG celebration gala at the Pearson Convention Centre in Toronto with other mentors and apprentice coaches from across Ontario, and across all sports. The event was hosted by the Honorable Lieutenant Governor of Ontario – Elizabeth Dowdeswell, and the Coaches Association of Ontario.

The CAO, with funding from Ontario 150, launched Changing the Game (CTG) in 2017. CTG successfully recruited more than 250 new female coaches into over 50 different sports across Ontario.

"Changing the Game – Changing the Conversation" is a signature initiative of the Ontario150 program.




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