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Our Services

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Coaching Credentials 

Coach Tony is a Level 2 IPTPA instructor and a Level 1 Pickleball Global coach and a certified provider. 

 

Tony has over 15 years of Badminton coaching experience and over 5 years of Australian Pickleball involvement including coaching, administration tournament organization.

You can also catch Coach Tony on 'The Pickleball Podcast

(a weekly podcast that is widely available on all streaming platforms) which he Produces & co-hosts. 

To find out more about improving your game

Contact us on - 0424 055 570 

or 

info@pbsports.online

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Demonstration Opportunities 
and Exhibitions
 

PB Sports also specializes in providing first time experiences for both badminton and pickleball.

If your business, community group, club, organization or school is thinking about trying one of these sports - then contact us to see what exciting opportunities are available.

We can organize - sporting expos, equipment/display stalls, "come & try" days, demonstrations, information sessions & exhibitions.

Let PB Sports be your one shop stop for all your equipment and sporting knowledge needs.

Email or call today -

info@pbsports.online or 0424 055 570

Dawn - Hunter Badminton

“Tony is an amazing coach.
He is patient and kind and works to the students individual limitations or expectations"

Christine - Hunter Badminton

" Coach Tony has been a great coach. Attentive, a great listener and observer of your style of play. My Badminton has improved since attending PB Sports coaching for 6 months.
I was taught a lot on techniques with how to hold my racquet, overhead shots, backhands, moving around the court and strategy for play.
Would highly recommend attending his sessions."

Sonia - Foster/Tuncurry Pickleball

“ I highly recommend Tony Morgan for his unique style of Pickleball coaching.
He has helped me to regain my confidence and improve my game immensely.
He's taught me how to deal with 'bangers', 'slammers" and also how to improve my own game in a gentlemanly, respectful way.
I'm very grateful to him and can't speak highly enough of him. 
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