Ramdhani wins Men’s Singles tournament in Canada
Guyana’s leading badminton player Narayan Ramdhani last weekend won the Men’s Singles and finished fourth in the Men’s Doubles at the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference’s Inter-College/University tournament.
After the win at the Edmonton, Alberta, Ramdhani, currently in the middle of a five-year scholarship in Canada, assumed the number one ranking in Singles play.
Ramdhani, representing The King’s University, entered the tournament the number three seeded player.
The four participating teams were The King’s University-EAGLES, Olds College-BRONCOS, Concordia University of Edmonton-THUNDER and Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) -OOKS
Quarter-final: Tyler Walsh (#1 seed)- Nait: 21-17, 21-13
Semi-final: Ronuelle Mendina- Nait: 21-17, 21-14
Final: Braxton Wong (#2 seed)- Concordia: 21-16, 21-7
Ramdhani partnered with Joel Simrose (The King’s Eagles)
Quarter-final: defeated Colton Grier and Rylan Head- Olds: 21-12, 21-14
Semi-final: lost to number one seeds Desmond Wang and Braxton Wong- Concordia: 21-7, 21-9
The Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) is the governing body for collegiate sports in Alberta, Canada.
Founded in 1964, as the Western Inter-College Conference, the ACAC is represented by seventeen schools that compete in ten sports.
The ACAC is a member of the Canadian Colleges Athletic Association, and provincial champions compete for national collegiate titles.