Road to Tokyo: The Journey to the Paralympics Begins

Meet four of the Scots aiming to qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games

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2019 Yonex East of Scotland Championships

The Yonex East of Scotland Championships was held for the second year at the Jack Kane Centre over the weekend

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Enter the U13/17 National Junior Championships

Event to be held on 6 & 7 April, with the closing date for entries Monday 18 March 2019

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Badminton has a special place in the heart for LivIndians

An Indian community in Scotland is using their love of badminton to support the British Heart Foundation

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Grimleys win silver at Portuguese International

Christopher and Matthew Grimley scored their first podium result in senior international competition over the weekend when they won men’s doubles silver at the Portuguese International

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