Disappointment for Grimley twins in Belgium

There was disappointment for Christopher and Matthew Grimley yesterday when they went out at the quarter-final stage of the boys' doubles at the Yonex Belgian Junior 2017.

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Gilmour goes down to World No. 10 in Japan

What looked like a difficult draw for Kirsty Gilmour in the DAIHATSU YONEX Japan Open proved just so, as World No. 10 Chen Yufei showed her class on the way to a straight-set victory.

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Bag a bargain with our early bird Scottish Open ticket offer

Only a few weeks have passed since the TOTAL BWF World Championships bade farewell to Glasgow, but attention has already turned towards the Scottish Open Grand Prix with early bird tickets now on sale.

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Ian becomes Perth & District Badminton Association Honorary President

Ian Brown's immense contribution to badminton in Perth & District and far beyond, was recognised at this week's meeting of the Perth & District Badminton Association.

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The Inaugural Sport Connected Club Conference

The first joint club conference between Scottish Archery and BADMINTONscotland took place on Saturday 16th September.

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Cookie policy

Cookie policy

The below information is BADMINTONscotland's Cookie Policy in compliance with the EU Law (32002L0058).

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