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Glasgow 2017 World Championships

Glasgow 2017 World Championships

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U13/17/21 National Championships

U13/17/21 National Championships

2016 champions are crowned

The U13/17/21 National Junior Championships were held at Ravenscraig Regional Sports Facility

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Volunteer today

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Euro Bronze for Scotland

Euro Bronze for Scotland

Christopher Grimley medals in Poland

Glasgow’s Christopher Grimley scoops a bronze medal at the U17 European Championships

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Bronze for Scotland

Bronze for Scotland

Youngsters claim European Bronze in Russia

Bronze for young Scots in Russia

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Created on 03 May 2016
quadresize The day’s finals kicked off with Scotland’s Joshua Apiliga taking on England’s Neil Bhabuta in the Boy’s Singles final. Despite Apiliga dominating the first game Bhabuta came back in the nail biting final to win the match 14-21, 21-17, 21-19.

 In the Girl’s Singles final, it was the battle of the Scots as Rachel Sugden took on team-mate Rachel Cameron. With both looking for gold it was Sugden who was victorious winning 21-13, 21-12.

 Adam Pringle and Rachel Andrew teamed up against English pair Neil Bhabuta and Asmita Chaudhari in the mixed doubles. Both Pringle and Andrew were keen on taking  home two golds as both had finals in the boy’s and girl’s doubles later in the day. They rallied together and defeated the English pair 21-16 21-19.

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Created on 01 May 2016
Kirsty Gilmour’s golden dream ended in disappointment this afternoon after finishing runner-up in the women’s singles final at the 25th European Championships in La Roche sur Yon.​

But there was a silver lining despite her 21-12 21-21-18 defeat by title holder and double World champion Carolina Marin of Spain.
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Created on 29 April 2016
Scotland’s Under 15 Team put in a brilliant effort today to retain the team title against England, Wales and Ireland at Scotstoun's National Badminton Academy in Glasgow..

The Scots defeated Ireland and Wales 9-0 before beating England in the final 6-3 after establishing a 5-2 winning lead.

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