Astro Junior Championships Is Here!

  • 20 Sep 2019

The Astro Junior Championships (National level) kicks off today at Stadium Juara in Kuala Lumpur from 19 - 22 September. The tournament has attracted over 30 Malaysian badminton teams from around the Klang Valley, and even as far as Penang, Perak, Melaka and Johor. Astro Junior Championships is a collaboration between Astro Kasih, Badminton Association of Malaysia and Ministry of Education.
This mixed team tournament which features boy’s and girl’s singles and doubles, and mixed doubles, is open to all Malaysian shuttlers under-15. Each team led by a team manager, must have a minimum of 8 players and no more than 10 players on the roster. Teams will stand a chance to win grand cash prizes up to RM15,000 along with medals and trophy.
The Astro Junior Championships is a continuation of Astro’s commitment in developing young shuttlers through its badminton development program, Astro Kem Badminton. Since its inception in 2012, Astro Kem Badminton has benefitted more than 15,000 young badminton enthusiasts in Malaysia and Indonesia and over 130 shuttlers have experienced rigorous advanced intensive training in Japan and China.

For the live updates and results of the Astro Junior Championships (National) here!

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