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Meet The Team

Meet The Team

10 players have been selected to represent Scottish badminton at Glasgow 2014!

10 players have been selected to represent Scottish badminton at Glasgow 2014!

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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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Summer Activities

Summer Activities

Discover activities in your Local Area.

Discover what activities your Local Authority is running over summer and get active like Cyril!

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Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games

Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games

23rd July - 3rd August

The Commonwealth Games kick off on 23rd July until 3rd of August.. Will you be there?

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Player Profiles

Player Profiles

Updated player profiles

Do you have a favourite badminton player? Head over to our player profiles to find out more about the Scottish National Senior Squad!

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Created on 22 July 2014

Robert Blair and Imogen BankierScotland has been drawn against New Zealand, Guernsey and Seychelles in Group C when the team event starts the 11-day badminton competition at the Commonwealth Games on Thursday.

But while the Scots, who are fifth seeds, will be confident of reaching the knockout quarter-final stages of the team event, the draw for the individual events has produced mixed fortunes.

Second seed Kirsty Gilmour has a first-round bye in the women’s singles and should not be tested until she faces New Zealand’s sixth seed Michelle Chan in the quarter-finals.

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Created on 21 July 2014

Junior Squad Summer Camp 1BADMINTONscotland National Junior Squad held its first summer camp in the Cockburn Centre this month.

Players ranging from 8 years to 15 years came to the Cockburn Centre for training during the day where they were joined by national players from Italy.

To add to the excitement of the day, national coaches joined the players for intensive training and specialised drills.

Senior players - who are part of Team Scotland at Junior Squad with Italian Playersthe 2014 Games joined in for a few hours. The Junior Squad were thrilled by their presence and commented on what a great ‘experience’ it was having them there.

A huge thank you to Imogen Bankier and Kirsty Gilmour who took time out from their preparations for the Commonwealth Games. They also allowed additional time for questions.

We wish Team Scotland all the best at the Games.

Overall - a great week and great effort by all.

 

 
Created on 18 July 2014

Saina NehwalKIRSTY GILMOUR and the Scotland team received an unexpected Commonwealth Games boost today when India's defending women’s singles champion Saina Nehwal pulled out of Glasgow 2014.

Nehwal was expected to be named top seed going into Monday’s team and individual draw.

But the world No. 7 pulled out today, citing fitness issues. She is the second hot favourite to pull out after Malaysia’s two-time Commonwealth men's singles champion and world No. 1 Lee Chong Wei forced to withdraw from the Games with a thigh injury.

Nehwal’s absence means world No. 17 Gilmour will be the second highest ranked women’s singles player behind India’s world No. 11 P. V. Sindhu. The two players have met once with Gilmour winning in three games in the second round of last year’s French Open Superseries.

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