Silver for Gilmour at European Games

Scotland’s Kirsty Gilmour won a silver medal for Team GB in Minsk

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Scots prepare for 2019 Island Games

Teams from Orkney, Shetland and the Western Isles fly out to Gibraltar on 4 July

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Four players to represent Scotland at Para-Badminton World Championships

Bobby Laing, Colin Leslie, Alan Oliver and Mary Wilson have qualified for the 2019 Para-Badminton World Championships in Basel

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Two medals for Laing at Irish Para-Badminton Championships

Bobby Laing returned from Dublin with one silver and one bronze medal, won in the Short Stature events at the Irish Para-Badminton Championships

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Exciting new vacancies at Badminton Scotland

If you are passionate about sport and would like the opportunity to help shape the future of badminton in Scotland, now is your chance to get involved

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