BADMINTONscotland supporting UK Anti-Doping Clean Sport Week

Players Adam Hall and Eleanor O’Donnell and BADMINTONscotland Chief Executive, Anne Smillie, are throwing their full support behind UK Anti-Doping’s second Clean Sport Week, which launches today.

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Chan and Stalker win gold on final day of Glasgow International Youth Championships

Brooke Stalker had a busy final day of the Glasgow International Youth Championships as she took one gold and two silvers across three disciplines.

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Scottish Stars' Success at Glasgow International Youth Championships Team Competition

A plethora of young Scottish talent enjoyed a successful day at the Glasgow International Youth Team Championships 2018 on Friday.

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St Dominic's Primary School Looking Forward to Some Badminton Fun

St Dominic's become the third school to receive a Yonex kit bag.

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Badminton mourns for Bill Neill

It is with great sadness that we note the passing of Bill Neill who died peacefully, aged 78, surrounded by his family on the morning of Saturday 5 May

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