West Midlands Region, Regional Police Badminton Tournament. Updated 20.10.17
This year’s West Midlands Region, Regional Badminton Tournament is being hosted by West Mercia Police. The event takes place on Monday 15th January 2018 at St Nicholas Park Leisure Centre, Banbury Road, Warwick, Warwickshire, CV34 4QY . Please note that there is no free parking at this location.
Please arrive 1000 hours for a 1015 hours start. Courts will be available for warm up prior to the tournament commencing.
The tournament is open to Police officers, Police support staff, retired police officers and retired police support staff. To enter the tournament you must be a member of the Sports & Wellbeing Association.
Entry is covered by the Sports & Wellbeing Association, as well as a 100% reimbursement for fuel and car parking for those that car share with another competitor (or 50% for those that travel alone). Claim form
The categories in the tournament will include: men's singles, ladies singles, men's doubles, ladies doubles, mixed doubles, veterans men's double (age 40+), veterans ladies doubles (age 35+), veterans mixed doubles (Males age 40+ and females age 35+), super veterans men's doubles (age 45+), super veterans ladies doubles (age 40+), super veterans mixed doubles (males age 45+ and females age 40+), masters men's doubles (males age 50+), masters ladies doubles (age 45+) and masters mixed doubles (males age 50+ and females age 45+).
Winners of each category are then able to take part in the National Police Badminton Tournament taking place over the weekend of 21st April – 22nd April 2018 in Scotland.
For further information and to obtain an entry form please contact Nathan East on Nathan.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Closing date for completed entry forms to be received back is 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday 1st November 2017 by e-mail at the latest if you wish to take part as the draw will be made at 1100 hours
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