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Blair & Bankier provide spectacular Scottish Open finale

Blair & Bankier provide spectacular Scottish Open finale

Blair & Bankier retain their title

Robert Blair and Imogen Bankier brought the Scottish Open Grand Prix to a fitting finale at Glasgow’s Emirates Arena this afternoon when they retained their mixed doubles title in the last of the five finals.

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Created on 28 November 2014

Scottish Open Grand Prix champions Robert Blair and Imogen Bankier were the only winners for Europe All-Stars as they went down 3-1 to a strong Thailand team on day two of the US $1m Axiata Cup in Jakarta.  

Blair and Bankier beat world No. 9 pair Sudket Prapakamol and Saralee Thoungthongkam 21-16 21-14 in the only contest to end after two games.

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Created on 28 November 2014


KIERAN MERRILEES hit form in Cardiff yesterday to knock out Polish fifth seed Michal Rogaslki to reach the last 16 of the men's singles at the Yonex Welsh International.  The Scotland No. 1 won 21-14 21-11 and will now face England's Alex Lane.  

Merrilees is joined in the second round by Gordon Thomson, who followed up his progress through qualifying to defeat England's Sam Parsons 17-21 21-17 21-16.

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Created on 27 November 2014

The Scotland trio of Kirsty Gilmour, Imogen Bankier and Robert Blair all played their part as Europe's All-Stars scored the biggest win on the opening day of the US $1m Axiata Cup in Jakarta.

Europe defeated the Philippines 4-0 with four wins in straight games. Singapore also chalked up a 4-0 scoreline against Thailand although the mixed doubles went to three games in the other evening fixture.

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Created on 27 November 2014

Former Scotland international Gordon Thomson came through three rounds of qualifying to reach tonight's first round proper at the Yonex Welsh International in Cardiff.

Thomson, who joins Kieran Merrilees and Matthew Carder in the main draw, began with a win over England's Martin Drabble, who retired in the second game when trailing 21-5 16-9.

The third qualifying seed then knocked out David King 21-14 21-17 in his second match yesterday and booked his place in the first round this morning when he defeated a third Englishman, Sean Vendy, 21-12 21-9.

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