Scotland’s doubles players going strongly in World Junior Championships

Three Scottish pairs are still in contention in the individual events of the World Junior Championships

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Young Scots ready for mixed doubles challenge at Emirates Arena

Two homegrown pairs are hoping to spring some surprises in front of the Glasgow crowd in the mixed doubles at the Scottish Open Badminton Championships

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Learning Disabled Badminton: Ireland v The Flying Scots

On Friday 30th November, 6 Scottish LD (Learning Disability) athletes (3 female and 3 male) will travel to Lisburn, Northern Ireland to play a badminton match against 6 Irish LD athletes

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Gilmour gearing up for a challenging title defence

She may be the reigning women’s singles champion, but Kirsty Gilmour knows she can take nothing for granted at this year’s Scottish Open against a field packed with world-class talent

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There are lots of ways YOU can join in at the Scottish Open

While some of the world’s best shuttlers will descend on the Emirates Arena for the Scottish Open there are plenty of ways for everyone to get in on the action

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This Privacy Notice is effective from 22 May 2018

 

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