Capital Region Junior League

Online entry is now open for the inaugural Capital Region Junior League. All entries must be submitted online – no exceptions. Entry closes at 23:59 Sunday, 20 September.

Tournament Organiser

Wellington North Badminton
www.wnba.org.nz

Badminton Hutt Valley
www.bhv.org.nz

Badminton Wellington
www.badminton.net.nz

Eligibility

  • Any junior player that resides in the Capital Region (south of Paekakariki and Upper Hutt)
  • The league will be played across two age groups:
    • Under 15: players must be under 15 years of age as at 31 December 2020, i.e. born in 2006 or later.
    • Under 19: players must be under 19 years of age as at 31 December 2020, i.e. born in 2002 or later.
  • The league will be played across two grades:
    • Open Grade: players who have competed and/or are named in a representative squad in each of the regional badminton associations in 2020.
    • Social Grade: players who have NOT competed and/or are named in a representative squad in 2020. Players who currently play badminton in school or attend Shuttle Time Programmes in the region are encouraged to enter in this grade.
  • All matters in relation to grading and merit of a player will be determined solely by the regional badminton associations.

Schedule of Play

Starting from 8.30am Wednesday, 30 September

Final schedule will be determined based on number of entry.

Entry Fee

$20/player

Venue

Wellington North Badminton Stadium
Taylor Park, 24 Tawa Street
Tawa, Wellington

Badminton Hutt Valley
25 Vogel Street
Naenae, Lower Hutt

Badminton Wellington Center
1 Ruahine Street
Hataitai, Wellington

Entries can be made via ONLINE ENTRY only

4 comments

  1. To Whom It May Concern

    Can you please clarify this for me in regards to the following events. These two events information on the Facebook sound more or less similar to me. The only different are the dates.

    Wellington North Junior Champion and Capital Region Junior League.

    Looking forward to hearing back from you for more information in regards to these competitions.

    Jennifer

    1. Hi Jennifer, there are some differences between the 2 events. Firstly the Junior League is a team event where players are competing in a mixed team (of boys and girls), where the Junior Championships is an individual competition where player will choose which events they would like to compete in (singles, doubles or mixed doubles). The eligibility criteria is also different where the Capital Region Junior League is ‘open’ to all junior players reside in the capital region, where the Wellington North Junior Championships is a ‘closed’ tournaments specifically catered for juniors players in the Wellington North region. Hope this clarified things for you.

      1. Thank you for replying my question. Wellington Borth Junior Championships is only for Wellington North but not including Hutt Valley and Wellington Centre, correct?

        Jennifer

      2. Hi Jennifer, yes that’s correct. Please refer to the eligibility criteria on our website and Conditions and Entry for the event as it set out who can or can not enter in either of the events.

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