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Scottish Open Grand Prix 2014

Scottish Open Grand Prix 2014

19-23 November 2014 at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow.

Watch players from all over the world compete at the 2014 Scottish Open Grand Prix.

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Gilmour wins Silver

Gilmour wins Silver

Kirsty Gilmour grabs Commonwealth silver

Scotland’s Kirsty Gilmour grabbed the silver medal in the women’s singles final at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow’s Emirates Arena on the last day of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

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Bronze for Blair & Bankier

Bronze for Blair & Bankier

Robert Blair & Imogen Bankier claim Glasgow 2014 bronze

Robert Blair and Imogen Bankier ensured Scotland their best badminton medal haul at the Commonwealth Games since 1986 in Edinburgh.

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Badminton Scotland’s School of the Month Award

Badminton Scotland’s School of the Month Award

Get your school involved!

School of the Month Award – find out how to get involved

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Scottish Badminton Magazine

Scottish Badminton Magazine

Subscribe to Scottish Badminton

Subscribe to Scottish Badminton magazine – September 2014 issue now in circulation.

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Sir Craig Reedie Oct 2014Sir Craig Reedie CBE was a proud man today after the Glasgow badminton centre he pioneered was renamed in his honour.

It was back in 1979 that Sir Craig identified the site of a disused paint factory as the ideal place to build a community badminton facility.

A year later, after he performed the role of project manager, the Cockburn Centre came into being. It has served the city ever since as a venue for recreational and tournament play as well as providing offices for Scottish badminton’s governing body BADMINTONscotland.

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Created on 01 October 2014

Adam Hall 2 S Open 2012MORE THAN 100 young badminton prospects will head for Motherwell at the weekend to contest the first Scottish Junior National Championships of the 2014-2015 season.

Local boy Alex Dunn and Mauchline’s Adam Hall are poised to dominate the Under 19 event at the Ravenscraig Regional Sports Facility as they join forces for the boys’ doubles and vie for superiority in the singles and mixed doubles.

Both start their boys’ singles challenges with a bye before top seed Hall meets Ciar Pringle (Giffnock) or Jacob Reynolds (Stonehaven) while second seed Dunn awaits the winner of the first-round clash between Scott Waddell (Giffnock) and Luke Fossett (Clarkston).

Joint third seeds Mark Leith (Stonehaven) and Jack Stevenson (Glasgow) are the most likely to bar Hall and Dunn’s path to a final showdown if they all come through to the semi-finals.

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Created on 30 September 2014

2014 Glasgow Junior U1317Matthew and Christopher grimly dominated the Glasgow Under 17 Championships at the weekend with Matthew winning a treble of singles, doubles and mixed.

Both Christopher and Mathew came through from unseeded positions in the Under 17 boys singles to contest the final, with Mathew winning 21-13 21-18. Mathew had defeated no 1seed Calum Atterbury in the quarter finals and Christopher had defeated no 2 seed Scott Waddell at the same stage.

In a very strong mixed doubles competition they also faced each other in the final with Mathew, partnered by Lily Farnood, again beating Christopher who played with Sarah Sidebottom 18-21 21-16 21-11.

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Created on 28 September 2014

2013 World Vets Mixed Final AnkaraScotland’s Dan Travers may have lost his singles title but he retained the men’s and mixed doubles crowns at the European Senior Championships after a tough week of badminton action at Caldas da Rainha in Portugal.

Travers and Denmark’s Jesper Helledie won the 55 men’s doubles when the top seeds defeated England’s second seeds Eric Plane and Roger Taylor, coming from behind for the second match in a row to take the title 18-21 21-11 21-14. In the semi-final they had also lost the first game against Austria’s Tariq Farook and Denmark’s Karsten Meier before winning 20-22 21-15 21-12.

In the mixed doubles Travers and Christine Black, the top seeds, claimed the title on a walkover after Helledie and Hanne Adsboel had to withdraw. The Danish pair had won a gruelling semi-final 19-21 22-20 22-20 against England’s second seeds Ian Purton and Christine Crossley.

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