badminton racquet


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Synonyms for badminton racquet

a light long-handled racket used by badminton players

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And you definitely won't need a badminton racquet, as Tory cutbacks have hit prison leisure facilities particularly hard.
The cost is pounds 15 and those who attend all six weeks will receive a free badminton racquet.
WE LOVE SOAPS EMMERDALE ITV1, 7pm & 8pm NATASHA'S latest, stunning revelation is that she once worked in a badminton racquet factory.
I was in Walton for a month and it took a year to get back to fitness but I still can't grip a badminton racquet properly so I had to stop playing.
The breaking of a string in a tennis or badminton racquet is an example of a failure of strength, but except when equipment is mis-used, it is rare for sports equipment to fail due to lack of strength.
Most of us had never picked up a badminton racquet before joining, but now we do all sorts of activities like going on regular walks across Teesside and weekends away.
If you can hold and swing a small badminton racquet while you are running around, you are old enough to play.
SHE might have had a lean patch over the last year or so, but Saina Nehwal is still no slouch with the badminton racquet in hand, feels the legendary Prakash Padukone.
Mrs McKenzie, age 60, from Elgin, would like a new badminton racquet to help her keep fit.
SO I HAULED MY PUPPET-PART PURCHASES to school: kitchen strainers, fish-grilling baskets, badminton racquets .
As part of the supermarket's commitment to encouraging healthy living amongst pupils, and to tie in with the school's annual sports day, Asda donated new items, including badminton racquets, a croquet and golf set and a standing four in a row game.
STUDENTS have been digging out their badminton racquets and heading to the gym to sample all the sports and leisure activities Rhondda Cynon Taf Council has on offer.
And the sun did come out in this corner of East Sussex, as did our badminton racquets and ping-pong paddles.
The Russian Federation reportedly plans to equip its armed forces with 10,000 badminton racquets and tens of thousands of shuttlecocks.