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Archive for November, 2016

26
Nov

Wynnstay Arms push for top with win over Llanferres

David Clough

David Clough

In Division 1 Flint Phoenix A continued to impress with a convincing 6 – 2 away win at Rossett A. For Phoenix Matt Sprake and Jude Hughes were in sparkling form when they took on Simon Lane and Sue Lord at first mixed and with very little trouble ran out winners 21/10, 21/6. Read moreRead more

24
Nov

Yonex Legends’ Exhibition

welsh-super-demo-a3-v2A Yonex Legends’ Exhibition will take place at 6pm the night before the Yonex Welsh International begins.

Chris & Gabby Adcock will be coming to Cardiff for the Legend’s Exhibition match.
Have an opportunity to watch them playing live and compete against them yourselves.
The latest Yonex range of rackets, kit, shoes and bags will be on show and available to purchase too.

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22
Nov

Hawarden in close win over Holywell

Robert Parry-Denbigh

Robert Parry-Denbigh

Flint Phoenix A continued their push towards top spot in Division 1 when they handed out an 8 – 0 thrashing away to Mold B. Only Lloyd Tranter and Elaine Peirce looked capable of taking an event for Mold when they played inspired badminton against Joe Travers and Vicky Hancock but were eventually edged out by 15/21, 21/16, 15/21. Read moreRead more

22
Nov

Huge entry in most successful Deeside Shuttle tournament

wp_20161113_09_30_25_proThere was a terrific entry of over 50 with players from NEW and Conwy, Cheshire and Warwickshire and some pleasing badminton of a high standard. Mold’s Johan Varghese continues to dominate the U11s. In the singles he beat runner-up Abhishek Aravind (Ch) 21-8 and teamed up with Luke Doughty (CQ) to win the doubles 15-4,15-8 against Aravind and Ramavath (Ch). Read moreRead more

22
Nov

Junior league Report

The second event of the current season took place on 5 Nov. at Deeside College with only one short of the full complement of 20 teams.

The bottom two divisions resulted in wins for Connahs Quay E in Division 5 and Connahs Quay D in Division 4, new club Prestatyn finished third and managed to hold onto their place in Division 4.  Read moreRead more

18
Nov

£50 to any club that has a new Level 1 or 2 Coach

Yes – this initiative by NEWBA is aimed at encouraging clubs to get more Level 1 or Level 2 Coaches qualified and at the same time pick up £50 for your Club.

Follow link for more info:

 

15
Nov

dminton Championships

welsh-international-poster-2016-v5-2The Welsh International 2016 is taking place at the Sport Wales National Centre, Sophia Gardens, Cardiff in 2 weeks’ time.
The event will take place from the 30th November – 3rd December and admission is free!

This year we have over 200 players participating, many of which are Rio 2016 Olympians.Don’t miss out on an opportunity to see badminton played at its best. Website/Wefan: www.badminton.wales 

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14
Nov

NEWBA Juniors Achieve The NEW way Sgiliau Badminton Level 2 Awards

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Since the introduction of The NEW way Badminton Project, NEWBA Junior County Squad coaches have been using The NEW way coaching session plans, which are designed to help players achieve the various levels of the Sgiliau Badminton player awards scheme.

We are pleased to announce that all 13 players within the NEWBA B Squad have now achieved their Level 2 of the Sgiliau Badminton Awards.

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11
Nov

Elsie Gregory and Hilary Roberts undefeated.

Hilary-Robetrs-and-Elsie-Gregory-Holywell

Hilary-Robetrs-and-Elsie-Gregory-Holywell

In Division 1 Rossett B faced visitors Airbus and suffered an anticipated 8 -0 loss with all events over in just two games. At first ladies Vicky Jones and Toyoko Cornelius put up a fight on behalf of Rossett, but were ultimately outplayed by Lyn Brown and Bev Dolman who won comfortably 21//14, 21/14. Read moreRead more

7
Nov

Mold teams rise to top Divisions 1 and 3

Dave davies-and-Sue-price

Dave davies-and-Sue-price

The North East Wales Badminton League Tables show Mold A out in front in Division 1 closely followed by Airbus. Yo-yo team Llanferres A sit at the top of Division 2 with Buckley just four points behind in second place. The Third Division sees Mold C setting the pace chased by Holywell B. Read moreRead more