The Resilient Badminton Club of Saint-Maur: A Family-Oriented Approach Despite Setbacks

The Resilient Badminton Club of Saint-Maur: A Family-Oriented Approach Despite Setbacks

The Badminton club of Saint-Maur, with seventy-four members even if it lost around thirty members after Covid, aims to be a family club. President Christophe Bardet explains: “We only have ten young people, it’s not enough, but what is reassuring today is that our young people are mobilizing more and more to take part in competitions, particularly the departmental youth circuit. And among the seniors, our licensees have participated in fifty-four competitions since the start of the season, which is important. »

The strength of the Saint-Maurois badists is also unclassified players up to level N3 for a licensee. With a team in D3 which finished 4th, a team in D2 which will compete in the final and a team in D1 which closed its championship in third place. And the flagship team in R3 which will play the play-offs in Blois on May 5, the Saint-Maur site was not selected for the organization of the play-offs, too bad.

A club which nevertheless knows how to receive and knows how to organize perfectly, such as its mixed night tournament in November with 96 players and its seventh tournament which brought together more than 220 players on the weekend of April 6 and 7 on the grounds of the gymnasium on the route de Villers . And the members of the office, the players will still be on the field for Olympic Week with activities offered to schoolchildren in the town on May 31 and for the public on June 1, on the facilities of the Route de Villers sports complex. A golden opportunity for Christophe Bardet and his club to promote badminton among young people.

2024-04-08 10:09:09
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