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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

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

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Scottish Badminton Magazine

Scottish Badminton Magazine

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

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Created on 19 September 2014

Badminton Presentation Lochgelly HSThe late Russell Hogg from Dunfermline was a legend in badminton in Fife and in Scotland. When Russell started working at Scottish Disability Sport he inspired Richard Brickley, President of Disability Sport Fife (DSF), to add badminton to the list of priority sports promoted by DSF.

DSF set up badminton sessions in central and west Fife and reinforced the position of badminton within the multi sports sessions run across Fife. Over the past five years entries have risen steadily for the DSF badminton championships held at Kirkcaldy Leisure Centre with support from the Fife Sports and Leisure Trust.

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Created on 18 September 2014

SCOTLAND’S top senior players head for Caldas da Rainha this weekend to take part in the European Senior Championships 2014.

Colin Hepburn is the first of five Scots into action when he tackles the men’s singles 65 section on Sunday night when he takes on Romania’s Iacob Marza.

Hepburn is back on court on Monday when he and David Barr, the World Masters Games champions in their age group, tackle their 65 doubles against England’s Robert Dumelow and Geoff Williams.

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Created on 16 September 2014

Alex Dunn SNJC U17 2014FOUR of Scotland’s rising badminton stars will tackle the Yonex Belgian Junior Championships this weekend in Herstal, with two of them looking to build on their success at the UK School Games at the start of this month.

Mauchline’s Holly Newall and Motherwell’s Alex Dunn helped Scotland to the team title in Manchester with Newall also taking three individual gold medals while Dunn lifted the boys’ singles title and teamed up with Newall to win the mixed doubles.

Dunn is Scotland’s only contender in a 64-strong singles entry and faces Belgian Lucas Fallais in the first round on Friday afternoon.

Dunn will also compete in the level doubles with Mauchline’s Adam Hall, where they are joint third seeds, and in the mixed with Newall while Hall and Edinburgh’s Julie MacPherson are joint fifth seeds in the mixed.

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Created on 15 September 2014

Colin Leslie 4 Nations 2014A glittering year for Scottish badminton continued over the weekend as Scotland’s Para-Badminton players scooped four medals at the European Para-Badminton Championships in Los Narejos, Spain.

Colin Leslie (Dalkeith) claimed silver in the SL3-SL4 Standing men’s doubles and bronze in the SL3 men’s singles, with Alan Oliver (Tweedbank) also taking men’s SL3 bronze and Fiona Christie (South Queensferry) winning bronze in the Wheelchair events.

In the SL3-SL4 combined men’s doubles Leslie and England’s Dan Lee topped their group with wins over Turkish and Russian opposition to reach the knockout stages.

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