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Admin is ready for the new season 2019/20


All the clubs should now be in possession of the League structure and club Contacts from Philip to start arranging the matches. We have lost one clubs MENS team (Folkestone) but gained two new teams in the Mixed division. Homewood and Invicta Pilgrims. We now have 5 teams in each division.
Don,t forget about those CURRENTLY unregistered players. Get them registered 2 weeks before their first matches and don,t forget about the NEW RULES for the League starting this season. Ranking of your club players etc. Get them to me as soon as you can and certainty BEFORE your first Composition match


2019 Updated Constituition & League Rules


The League's admin has now been overhauled and amended as per the last AGM. Please note the new rules regarding the Composition League and the ranking of your potential players in this League. All the above documents can be downloaded into Microsoft Word 2007 and above.
Any problems understanding the new rules, please contact a committee member who will go through it with you.

Note: It will be advisable to let your captain of the Composition League have a list of the rankings to hand at each match to make sure he gets the right order of play.


Seniors (Veterans) World Champs - The Ladies lead the way


Across the age groups there were 36 finals to be played. England in total won 6 Gold and 5.5 Silver and 18 Bronze in the following age groups. We came 2nd in the Medals table with Germany taking the top spot


XD60+ - WS50+ - XD50+ - XD65+ - WD65+ - WD75+


XD40+ - WD50+ - WD35+ - WS65+ - WD65+

Bronze Too many to list.

Congrats to the Kent players picking up medals. Well done

Mary Jenner Ladies Doubles 75+ GOLD
Jim Garret Mens Singles 70+ and Mens Doubles 70+ 2 BRONZE
Ian Brothers Mixed Doubles 70+ BRONZE

And if you haven't noticed ALL the GOLD and SILVER medals involved the ladies,No mens doubles or singles finalists. so well done to the ladies. Also the higher the age group the more winners we had.




At an EGM: ONLY matters pre defined can be discussed. No other agenda is permitted.
Item 1/ Propose and adopt a revised constitution. ( brought up to date)

Item 2/ Proposed League Rules ( pending the EGM decision, will be
applicable for the coming season. 2 options have been circulated via email to all clubs. Please read prior to attending the meeting.

It is hoped that ALL member clubs will send a representative to the meeting so all matters can be resolved.


South Foreland Annual Barbecue


Summer BBQ

Greetings Members,

It's all over for another year folks. A reasonable turnout but could be better. Many of you missing out on the fun there. The kids were in heaven. On the trampoline and just you try getting them out of the swimming pool. With the Whale, the Dolphin, the Lobster and the rubber rings, they had a "Whale" of a time. The food up to it,s excellent standard as always. Our thanks goes to Philip and his family for putting on such a good event. Lets see more of you supporting South Foreland and the efforts that go into making this event an even better success next year.


PS The whale, the Dolphin and the lobster would like to state they are glad they only have to put up with this once a year :-))


2019 / 2020 Season: Bank Holiday change


AS Match Secretaries and clubs start to sort out next years timetable. Albeit a long way off. The May Bank Holiday has been moved from Monday the 4th to Friday the 8th. This is to commemorate VE75 (years) day. This will affect clubs in South Foreland - Folkestone, Wyndgate, Ajax. And clubs in North Foreland - Hartesdown Park, Minster, Westgate. It also means the "Bank Holiday Weekend" moves to the following weekend, so any events over the new Bank Holiday period may be affected as to turnout of players.
So those booking "Bank Holiday weekends" away etc, especially families, check it out before you book. Don't book the wrong weekend.


Annual Masters Training - Medway Badminton Association


The training days are Sunday's July 21st, 28th and August 4th, 11th and finally the 18th. All are welcome from age groups 35+ and up. Costs are to cover expenses and normally come in at around the £3 to £4 mark per session. If you are looking to make your Kent County Masters squad/team, now is the time to strut your stuff and show what to have to offer. Lots of games and friendly atmosphere.


Free website Hosting and Domain Names by BT


Have discovered that BT offer non profit organisations(clubs etc) free web sites and domain names. So for clubs a little tight on the money ( what club isn't)can get online and advertise their club details etc. Racqueteers BC of North Foreland are currently using them, so I will have a chat about it with them and see how good it is or isn't, as the case may be. It looks simple enough to register and set up. So watch this space for more info as I investigate further.


They thinks it's all over, It is now.


The season is over. Now it,s time to rest those weary legs and arms. All players can now take a well earned rest. relax in those club nights and play with no pressure.
Thanks to all the team Captains for a good response in returning their match score sheet returns, excellent. We don't have a "Team of the season" but my vote goes to the excellent effort put up by Scorpions. If it wasn't for the last match of the season, they could only field 2 pairs thereby giving Wyndgate the mens1 title before the match even begun. With a full team and Wyndgate slightly under strength, they may well have nicked it.

See you all next season where I hope to be Match secretary once more if you give me your vote at the upcoming AGM. So turn up and VOTE


Final League Winners Announced


All 3 Divisions have the final winners as listed

Mens6 Div1 Winners Wyndgate A
Runners up Scorpions

Composition Div 1 Winners Homewood
Runners up Wyndgate

Mixed Div1 Winners Wyndgate
Runners up Folkestone