April 2010 All News
Anthony Clark, the Englishman whose brilliant skills and great experience made him one of England's best hopes of winning European medals, was forced to give up the defence...
The 2010 Harrod ICT took place in Nottingham from 8th to 11th April 2010. The event was spread over three different venues with 39 counties contending. After loaning the trophy for one year, Yorkshire became the 2010 Harrod ICT Champions yet again last weekend. Read the full report and results here.
We are at the eve of the Yonex European Badminton Championships. Courts are being laid at the Manchester Evening News Arena and for the next week badminton will be hogging the limelight.
When England take the field against Scotland in any sporting fixture they are referred to as “the old enemy”. That expression carries the heavy burden of centuries of history. In badminton terms, however, England’s oldest and most feared European enemy is probably Denmark and in recognition of this status the inaugural match...
On 6th April Everton held its first PL4S badminton Master Class, at its proposed hub club Everton Park. Young people attending the 5 satellite clubs were invited to attend.
The partnership between Carlton and No Strings Badminton is a perfect match to support the franchise in reaching out to an ever expanding market. The scheme has been increasing in popularity since its initial launch last year and has seen a steady increase in franchise and member numbers.