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Milestones

5th February, 1995
Inauguration of Booster Club in the premises of M.H. High School, Thane with 3 tables & 10 players.

June 1996
Aditi Jagannathan won the first title for the club at the Jalgaon Sate Ranking Tournament. She also became the first club player to represent Maharashtra in the National Championship that year.

1997
Shifted to new premises at Bhagvati Vidyalaya. Madhurika Patkar won the State Championship at Aurangabad, the first player of the club to do so.

1999
Acquired additional premises at Hitvardhini Sabha Hall. Both the facilities put together had 8 tables and 40 players.

2000
Madhurika Patkar won the first Zonal Title and went to China representing India for the first time.

2004
Pushkar Vartak won a Silver Medal at the School Nationals.

2006
Pooja Sahasrabuddhe won the Junior National Championship and Madhurika Patkar won the Youth National Championship.
Vedika Garg brought home a Bronze Medal in the Sub-junior Girls.
Zubin Taraporewala won the Bronze Medal in the School Nationals.
Prajakta Tipale represented India in the World Championships.

2008
Pooja Sahasrabuddhe won the Silver Medal at Youth Commonwealth Games in Pune.
The club was awarded the Best Performing Club of the Year by the T.D.T.T.A.

2009
Madhurika Patkar won 2 Bronze Medals at the 18th Commonwealth Championship at Glasgow, Scotland.
Pooja Sahasrabudhe crowned Youth National Champion.

2010
Madhurika Patkar wins all 4 Gold Medals at the SAF Games.
Synthetic Flooring installed at Hitvardhini Sabha practice hall.
Prajakta Tipale represents India at the World Railway Champiohsips at Moscow. Returns with a haul of 4 medals - Silver in Women's Doubles, and Bronze in Singles, Mixed Doubles and Teams.
The Club is regsitered as a Charitable Organisation under the name "Booster Academy Charitable Trust".
Madhurika Patkar wins Silver in the Women's Teams event at Commonwealth Games 2010 at New Delhi.br>