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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.
  • Murcia, Spain – September 8th to the 14th Following from the English International Para-Badminton Championships in June the Scottish Para-Badminton team has now been selected for the European Championships. Congratulations to all the players Colin Leslie, Alan Oliver, Nail Jarvie, David Purdie, Bobby Laing, Fiona Christie and Deirdre Nagle. Kaity Hall is the National Coach and will accompany the Team, along with Bobby's dad, Alan. After some good performances at the English event, the team will be looking to show further development and compete for medals in Spain. Fiona Christie, who took two golds in England, will be highly ranked and even though the level of play will be a step higher, with continued improvement, Fiona will be looking to come away with another strong performance.

  • BADMINTONscotland National Junior Squad held its first summer camp in the Cockburn Centre this month. Players ranging from 8 years to 15 years came to the Cockburn Centre for training during the day where they were joined by national players from Italy. To add to the excitement of the day, national coaches joined the players for intensive training and specialised drills. Senior players - who are part of Team Scotland at the 2014 Games joined in for a few hours. The Junior Squad were thrilled by their presence and commented on what a great ‘experience’ it was having them there. A huge thank you to Imogen Bankier and Kirsty Gilmour who took time out from their preparations for the Commonwealth Games. They also allowed additional time for questions. We wish Team Scotland all the best at the Games. Overall - a great week and great effort by all.  

  • The European Senior Championships will be held from Sunday 21 to Saturday 27 September 2014, in Caldas da Rainha, Portugal.  Official documentation is attached, for information. Please note key dates for hotel bookings, transport requests etc.  All 5 events will be played in the following age groups:  35+, 40+, 45+, 50+, 55+, 60+, 65+ and 70+. A player is eligible to compete provided they fulfil the age requirements on 1st January of the year in which the Championships are played (the youngest player must have been born in 1978).  Please note that a player is eligible to enter an event for players younger than the age group he or she qualifies to play in. He or she may not, however, play in the same event in more than one age group.

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