Starting in the 1990's, RGU Badminton club began as a fairly small local club which has since grown into a thriving club that competes against many other Scottish Universities.     
At RGU Badminton we encourage people of all abilities to play games and socialise with others in a casual and relaxed setting. With special events throughout the year there are plenty opportunities to meet new people and experience things you haven't before! With a friendly and helpful committee any queries can be resolved and chats are always welcomed, and we all look forward to seeing new faces on the courts.     
There are also a number of chances to play competitively, with BUCS matches, local league play, SSS, and even competitions within the club.     
Training times are on a Tuesday and Friday evening from 8pm-10pm in the hall at RGU SPORT.

Committee:
President: Andrew McDonald
Vice-President: Leona Rhind
Team Captain: Scott Allen
Wellbeing Officer: Rebecca Goodbrand  
Social Secretary: Louise Andrew
Fundraising Officer: Keanu Patterson


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