Title trebles for Apiliga and Stalker at the Under 15/19 National Junior Championships

Joshua Apiliga and Brooke Stalker both claimed a hat-trick of titles at today’s U15/19 National Junior Badminton Championships at Ravenscraig Regional Sports Facility in Motherwell

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We are very excited to re-launch our Smash In2 Programme!

Smash In2 badminton is our national participation programme, which has been created to support existing pay and play sessions delivered by local authorities, leisure trusts and facility providers. Smash In2 additionally provides a framework for partners to assist with the set-up of Smash In2 pay and play badminton sessions.

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Tribute to Colin Philip

We have just had sad news that Colin Philip, a long-time supporter of Lanarkshire and Scotland badminton has died at home after short illness.

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Scottish Badminton - A Community

Badminton Scotland is proud to present “Scottish Badminton – A Community”. A film portraying some of the incredible badminton communities in Scotland in collaboration with Producer/Director Bevis Evans-Teush.

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Congratulations Dunfermline Carnegie BC on being 100 years old this year!

Dunfermline Carnegie Badminton Club is 100 years old this year. The club started in 1919 after the First World War. Carnegie has been playing continuously apart from a few years during the Second World War. They are a busy club that plays on a Friday evening at Carnegie Leisure Centre, Dunfermline.

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