May 2009 All News
NATHAN ROBERTSON capped his 100th appearance for Team England by clinching the men's doubles with Anthony Clark to give the squad a winning lead over Japan in their crucial Sudirman Cup clash in Guangzhou tonight. England went on to win 4-1 and preserve their Group 1 status thanks to wins for Clark and Donna Kellogg, Andrew Smith,...
NATHAN ROBERTSON and Anthony Clark (pictured) won a nail-biting men's doubles to give Team England a fine start against Indonesia tonight before the former champions hit back to win 4-1 on day two at the Li Ning Sudirman Cup in Guangzhou. Pictures and copyright: badmintonphoto.com
Robert Blair won his 50th England cap when the team took on six-times champions China in Group 1B on day one of the Li Ning Sudirman Cup in Guangzhou today (Sunday). Blair and Chris Adock (pictured) lost the opening men's doubles and Team England went down 5-0 to China - just as they did in the group stages in Glasgow two years ago before...
England's former world and All England women's doubles and mixed doubles champion Nora Perry was today elected to the Badminton World Federation Council. She joins another former world star in China's Li Lingwei on the Council. Dr Kang Young Joong of Korea was re-elected President. Picture: Edwin leung
NINE of the players on duty at the Sudirman Cup world mixed team championships in Guangzhou next week were today named by BADMINTON England for the World Individual Championships in Hyderabad in August. Richard Eidestedt and Andrew Ellis (pictured) are also among the players named. Picture and copyright: badmintonphoto.com
BADMINTON England today send their congratulations to former Durham county badminton player Graham Onions on his dream debut for England's cricket team following their 10-wicket victory over West Indies in the npower First Test at Lord's. Pictures: Press Association Images