On Wednesday 28th February 12 teams gathered at the National Badminton Centre to take part in the secondary quaich competition. There were 6 teams in the junior event and 6 in the senior. There were 2 pools of 3 for each event with play offs to decide winners and places. […]
Badminton Scotland will be hosting an initial trial for the Glasgow and West Base Regional Performance Squad on Sunday 10th March 2024 from 10:00-15:00. The Base training programme introduces athletes to the Badminton Scotland Junior Performance Pathway, teaching athletes important values, standards and behaviours that will enable them to develop into […]
By RJ Mitchell CALLUM SMITH has paid tribute to the work of coaches Ingo Kindervater and David Gilmour in providing him with the foundation to climb the international rankings. The Scottish No.1 singles player made his return to the competitive match court in Cardiff, in November at the Yonex Welsh […]
By RJ Mitchell Head of Performance Ingo Kindervater believes the Scottish Women’s march to a bronze medal finish in last weeks’ European Team Championships was a greater challenge than the similar gong garnered in France four years ago. The success in Poland came despite the loss of key players like […]
By RJ Mitchell KIRSTY GILMOUR has branded the Scottish Women’s European Team bronze medal as one of her career highlights. The Scottish No.1 played an impressive seven matches over the course of four days in Łódź, Poland, combining her duties at the apex of our singles order plus a doubles […]
By Gordon Bay (17th/18th Feb) Alfie Martin enjoyed a 100% success rate at the Midland Junior Championships (NICC Perth) on 17 and 18 February, lifting the titles in all three of his events. Opening with U15 Boy’s Singles, Alfie (seeded 1) met Charlie Junnor (2) in the final following semi-final […]
By Gordon Smith Report for w/e 12/2/24 It’s very exciting at the top of the T Duncan & Co ladies league with a single point separating the top 4 teams. Carnoustie moved level on points with the top 2 (albeit having played a game more) with a hard fought 4-2 […]
By RJ Mitchell As Brooke Stalker admits: “Not a lot of 17-year-olds make their debut at the European Senior Championships,” but that is precisely what the Dunfermline born player is hoping to do in Poland this week. Along with fellow talented teen Ishbel McCallister, the duo have been included in […]
It was another good weekend for Alfie Martin who came runner up in the singles and claimed bronze with Charlie Junnor in the open doubles at the recent U15 Gold in Milton Keynes! Shout out to Tushara Senthilrajaram who competed in mixed and girls singles – especially on winning her […]
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