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[Group Full] Monday Mitcham Badminton - Indians in Melbourne Eastern Suburbs image
[Group Full] Monday Mitcham Badminton - Indians in Melbourne Eastern Suburbs
[Sorry this Group is at capacity - we are not accepting new members at this point]

Group to help men from Indian Sub-continent residing in Melbourne Eastern suburbs connect and play badminton together.

When do you play?
We play badminton in Melbourne Eastern suburbs around 7pm (depending upon court availability) at Mitcham Badminton.

How much does it cost?
Costs are generally shared and involved court fees ~$20 and shuttle costs $2 per head. Please advise atleast 24 hours prior to cancellation.

Where do you play?
We play at Mitcham Badminton which has dedicated courts for badminton.

Do you play regularly?...
Mitcham VIC
Approx $10.00
Age: 18 - 50
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