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Home > CCA > Physical Sports > Badminton (Boys)
In Yuying, Badminton is offered to boys. There are two training sessions per week after curriculum hours. The ‘B’ and ‘C’ divisions train together and this fosters team spirit in the CCA. Through the activities and programmes, members develop values such as responsibility and respect.
Every year, the ‘B’ and ‘C’ divisions take part in the South Zone Competition. This gives them a platform to put their training to the test. The experiences from the games are invaluable for the team. The boys continually seek to improve their techniques and skills. On top of that, the Badminton team organises friendly matches with other schools and also participates in team building activities.
Badminton is for students who are passionate and want to develop their skills in the sport. This is also an avenue for students to forge long-lasting friendships.
Mdm Amy Wong (Upper sec I/C)
Mr Ong Beng Keong (Lower sec I/C)