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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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U15/19 National Junior Championships

U15/19 National Junior Championships

The first National Champions of the season are crowned

The first National Champions of the season are crowned

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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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Created on 28 October 2014

Robert Blair and Imogen Bankier SOGP presentation 2013ROBERT BLAIR and Imogen Bankier will be among the mixed doubles favourites when they defend their title at the Scottish Open Grand Prix from November 19-23.

But the Commonwealth Games bronze medallists will be up against some strong pairs when they return to Glasgow’s Emirates Arena for the first time since their podium finish in August.

The Glasgow pair can expect Germany’s Max Schwenger and Carla Nelte and Peter Kaesbauer and Isabel Herttrich to lead the overseas challenge at a tournament which has attracted almost 250 competitors from 31 nations.

Commonwealth silver medallist Kirsty Gilmour leads Scotland’s singles challenge as the 21-year-old look to go one better than last year when she finished runner-up to Spain’s Carolina Marin in the women’s singles.

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Created on 27 October 2014

Kirsty Gilmour silver Glasgow 2014BADMINTON in Scotland is booming. But Chief Executive Anne Smillie told BADMINTONscotland’s half-yearly meeting yesterday that there will not be any complacency as the sport’s national governing body looks to build on the unprecedented success enjoyed during the four-year funding cycle just ended.

“I am delighted to report that we have not only met, but exceeded every target in our strategic plan and I believe that BADMINTONscotland is now in as strong a position as it has ever been,” she said.

“The strength and depth of that success over the last four years has allowed us to make a very strong presentation to sportscotland in support of our new strategic plan and the feedback was positive enough for me to feel confident that we will receive a satisfactory level of investment to help us move forward.”

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Created on 27 October 2014

Badminton ScotlandThe 16th Scottish National Senior Championships will be played on 6 & 7 December 2014 at the Cockburn Centre in Glasgow. The closing date for entries is Monday 17 November 2014.

Players should note that this is the tournament previously known as the Bill’s Tool Store Scottish National Veterans Championships.

Men’s and women’s singles, doubles and mixed will be played at all age groups ranging from 35+ to 65+

If you would like to enter, please download, complete and return the entry form, along with your entry fee, to BADMINTONscotland by 17 November. Alternatively, click here to enter online.

If you wish to enter online and have not used the online entry system before, click here for guidelines explaining how to submit your entry.

 
Created on 27 October 2014

2014 Senior intergroup team WofSThe Sir Craig Reedie Badminton Scotland Centre was a hive of activity on Saturday as the annual veteran/ senior intergroup event took place.

A total of  79 players from six teams from Glasgow & North Strathclyde, Lanarkshire, Lothian, North East, Midland and the West of Scotland entered and it was great to see some of our current senior international players taking part.

The atmosphere in the hall was great and there were some really close games. In pool A the West team made a strong start beating Lanark 8-1 while in pool B the tie was so close that going into the mixed doubles it was 3 games all and everything to play for. After some really close mixed games Midland came out winners against Glasgow 6-3.

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