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​Last updated:  August 30, 2017


All advanced and expert players were once a beginner

Birrell Ainslee
Blake John
Boucher John
Burgoyne Chuck
Butts John
Chaplin Linda
Clark Jean
Crandall Don & Nada
Desroches Bernie
Diening Joep
Draper Norm
Dudgeon Tom & Lety
Dumper Lisa
Dusome Kim
Edmunds Phil
Edwards John
Fairbanks Marie
Ferris Michael

Floen-Takahashi Lynn
Gallin Janet
Gianetto Shelly
Greenwood Bev
Hamelin Doug & Sue
Henderson Pat
Holowka Michael & Anne

Jantunen Hannu
Jermey Pat
Johnson Jacqui

​Lauder Mike & Bev
LeClair Dalton & Rosanne
Lock Ginny
Loftus Doug & Mary
MacIntyre John & Jan
MacMillan Dave
​Marchand Ray
Mason Tom
Masters Rick & Kathy
McKay Gord
Miller Mike
Mink Dave
Morehouse Garry
Morrison Rychelle
Morton Don
Muenz Arthur & Debra
Ogden Lorne
Pauze Jerry & Sheila
Proctor Helen
Purssell Kevin
Reid Judy
Renwick John & Mary
Short Karen
Southwick Noel & Sandy
Straeche Norbert & Thérèse
Vree Frank & Yvonne
Young Stewart & Allanah
Wismer Paul


​Midland Area Pickleball Club Ontario Sport.
Pickleball - a sport one can learn in 15 minutes, but takes a lifetime to perfect. A sport for all ages. Addictive, fun, entertaining, competitive, recreational while promoting health and camaraderie. Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports in North America. Sixty-eight percent of pickleball players are over the age of 60. However, in the last couple of years, the game has seen a surge in the youth demographic. Since 2010 the amount of pickleball facilities is up 62 percent to 3,475 places to play. See  www.usapa.org for places to play. For many, pickleball is a destination where people take their vacation.  It is now estimated that 2.5 million people currently play pickleball with that number projected to hit 8 million by 2018.

“There’s something magical about pickleball — that you can have a 30-year-old and an 80-year-old playing the same game at the same time.” That quote was from Rusty Howes, creator, executive producer and on-air host of the Pickleball Channel at pickleballchannel.com.


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