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Archive for November, 2012

27
Nov

Badminton matters

Tournament a great success

Katie Roberts, Ben Travers, Anneke Perrette and Luke Tanner

Under the stewardship of Tournament Secretary, David Hewitt, the North East Wales Badminton Association annual senior handicap tournament got under way @ Deeside Leisure Centre with a record entry supported by players from Airbus, Connah’s Quay, Deeside, Flint Phoenix, Llanferres and Rossett clubs. Read moreRead more

27
Nov

Badminton Matters, Connah’s Quay head division with ease.

Saksham and Dhruv Bansal of Mold B

In Division 1 Northop bounced back from the loss of first mixed to edge out Llanferres A 6 – 2. Northop’s Geoff Jones and John Ellson showed impressive form to outlast the farther and son combination of Dave and Sam Clough over three close games. Read moreRead more

26
Nov

Junior Badminton report

U-15’s Winners

Deeside LC hosted the Badminton Wales Junior Shuttle tournament with over 70 entries. The U11 boys singles was won by Stephen Jong (Cheshire) 15-7,15-10 against Conwy’s Shamanth Moodalbyle. Moodalbyle and Tom Lanceley (Mold) won the doubles 15-10,15-6 against Oliver Harrington and Ryan Evans (Cheshire). Read moreRead more

22
Nov

$15,000 Prize Tempts More of Badminton’s Best

Greater numbers of world-class players are entering the Yonex Welsh International Badminton Championships than ever before, following a competition level upgrade this November. The premier event will be held over 4 days (29th November – 2nd December) at the Sport Wales National Centre in Cardiff. Read moreRead more

22
Nov

Busy time for Junior badminton players.

 

Deeside Junior Open

Deeside Junior Open
Deeside attracted a big entry with players from Cheshire, Shropshire, Conwy, Glamorgan and Gwent.
In the U13 boys singles Flint’s Aaron Smith won all his group games but lost in a very close semi 16-14,12-15,8-15 to Cheshire’s Nikolai Baron. Cheshire’s Leo Young beat Iwan Price (Gwent) comfortably 21-15,21-9 in the final. Read moreRead more

19
Nov

U15 Shires league – NEWBA Thrash Hereford

Under 15’s County

NEWBA were rewarded with their first win of the season beating Herefordshire 20-0, despite missing 3 regulars from the team. Time for some to step in and step up their game. 1st up, mixed double. No problems there, with only one gam going to double figures!. Read moreRead more

18
Nov

Gold Star for Denbighshire’s Matthew Vacher

Matthew Vacher

One should reach for the stars must be the motto of Denbighshire’s Matthew Vacher, if his current progress in badminton is anything to go by. In October he won the Warwickshire U-17 Silver Tournament, thus ensuring a rise in his Grading and a place in England’s Gold Tournaments, but last weekend in the Loughbourough Gold, he excelled by winning the Singles, guaranteeing himself a place in the next English Gold Star Event. Read moreRead more

15
Nov

Senior League Tables Update

With the week break for Round 1 of the Challenge Cup, I have taken the opportunity to update the Senior League Tables.  Tables include all matches played so far this season.  It is still early days, but there are some pointers to teams who will be challenging for top spot/promotion at the end of the season and those that are likely to be fighting hard to stay up.  See where your Team is positioned……

10
Nov

Volunteers Needed

Jane Liddle

I run Castell Alun Junior Club on a Wednesday night from 6.30 until 8.30. I would very much appreciate some help from coaches and assistant coaches out there. I don’t expect anybody to commit to weekly coaching but would ask whether anybody could volunteer now and again, even on a one-off basis, to deliver a session either to our beginners or our intermediate kids. My contact details are on the officials/contacts list. Thanks. Jane Liddle

4
Nov

Badminton Matters

Katie Roberts. Player of the match for Phoenix A

Flint Phoenix A are taking the first division by storm.

Whilst it’s early in the season, the publication of the first North East Wales Badminton League Tables are already indicating a change of power at the top of each of the three divisions. In Division 1 newly promoted Flint Phoenix A are taking the division by storm and are already pulling ahead of their rivals. Read moreRead more