Good turnout for bad­minton

Fiji Sun - - Sport - STELLA MORESIO Edited by Ranoba Baoa Feed­back: stella.moresio@fi­

The bad­minton busi­ness house com­pe­ti­tion con­tin­ues at the Yat Sen Sec­ondary School hall in Suva. Tour­na­ment co-or­di­na­tor Steven Low says the com­pe­ti­tion is aimed at par­tic­i­pants who wish to time off work and re­lax their minds through the sport. “This week there has been a good turnout at the com­pe­ti­tion peo­ple are find­ing more in­ter­est in the game it is also good to see play­ers re­lax them­selves at the hall while play­ing,” Low said. Low said this week would round off the pool games and would be­gin with the knock out rounds. “We have three more weeks for the com­pe­ti­tion left so from there we will find out the win­ners of the busi­ness house tour­na­ment.”

This is part of the plan to pre­pare for the 2018 Com­mon­wealth Games in Gold Coast, Aus­tralia. Low says prepa­ra­tion is also un­der­way in pick­ing a team for the Com­mon­wealth Games and they are slowly pro­gress­ing with their train­ing.

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