Scots into Sweden quarter-finals

Campbell & MacHugh, MacPherson & O'Donnell into Swedish quarter-finals

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England beat Scotland to take the McCoig Trophy

England take the victory in the Robert McCoig Trophy match

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Mixed day for Scots in Swedish qualifying

It was a mixed day on court for Jack MacGregor and Toni Woods in Sweden as they progressed to the main draw of the mixed doubles but each lost out in singles qualifying

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Kirsty nominated for Badminton Europe Player of the Year Award

BADMINTONscotland is delighted to announce that Kirsty Gilmour has been shortlisted for the Badminton Europe Female Player of the Year Award

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Scottish International Masters Championships set to get underway

More than 20 champions will be eyeing up defences of their crowns this weekend as the YONEX Scottish International Masters Championships return to Glasgow

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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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