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"BADMINTONscotland is the National Governing Body for the sport of badminton in Scotland with a wide remit to actively promote and encourage badminton development from grass roots through local leagues and competitions to the highest playing level, including providing services for players and coaches. Through funding from the National Lottery, corporate sponsorship and partners, we administer the game, provide services to our members and promote and organise events at every level.
  •  Scotland’s Martin Campbell helped GB’s badminton squad off to a winning start at the 2015 World University Games in Gwangju today when he scored two victories in the opening Group H clash with Uganda. The GB team won 5-0 but will face a sterner test tomorrow in the group decider with Korea as only group winners progress to the knockout stage. Campbell and England’s Victoria Williams claimed the opening mixed doubles against Herbert Ebayo and Daisy Nakalyango 21-3 21-12.  And Campbell returned to action in the fourth contest when he and Patrick MacHugh, the Yonex Scottish National men's doubles champions, defeated Ebayo and Yakoub. Musisi 21-7 21-5.

  • Five of Scotland's promising young internationals go into action this week at the World University Games in Korea. Caitlin Pringle, Rebekka Findlay, Martin Campbell, Patrick MacHugh and Matthew Carder will by competing at the Universiade 2015 in Gwangju. It is the 28th Summer Games and it has attracted 13,000 competitors from 143 nations for the 12-day event. Badminton is one of 20 sports at this biggest multi-sport event aparrt from the Olympic Games. Badminton runs for six of the next seven days with Thursday's rest day dividing the team and individual events.

  • Gordon Keith and Shona Mackay of the Shetland Isles took the silver medal in mixed doubles at the NatWest Island Games as the badminton competition reached its climax on Jersey today. In the final the unseeded Scots faced Gotland’s third seeds Bjorn Eriksson and Caroline Gate of Gotland and lost a close match 21-17 21-19. Keith and Mackay had booked their place in the final by defeating Karl Jacob Thomasson and Helvig Broberg of Greenland 21-19 21-15 in yesterday’s semi-finals having already knocked out Faroe Island's top seeds Aksel Poulsen and Rannva Carlsson 21-13 21-23 21-15 in the quarters. 

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