October 2010 News News
England win the team bronze at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi today with a 3-1 triumph over Singapore. Top seeds and holders Malaysia defeated India 3-1 to win the gold medal. Picture and copyright: badmintonphoto.com
England were beaten 3-0 by India in the team semi-finals at the Commonwealth Games this afternoon and must face Singapore tomorrow in the bronze medal match. India are through to the team final for the first time and face Malaysia, who won their semi-final 3-1.
England booked their semi-final place at the Commonwealth Games team badminton competition in Delhi today with a 3-1 win over Scotland. They will face India tonight for a place in the final and Andy Wood has named his strongest possible line-up.
England are through to the Quarter finals of the badminton team event at the Commonwealth Games after a 4-1 win over Canada - helped by a singles win from Winnipeg-born Carl Baxter.
England put up a banner in the Athletes' Village to mark the big day, there was a special embroidered team shirt from Team England HQ and his team-mates formed a tunnel and applauded as Anthony Clark came on to court for his 100th England appearance as Andy Wood's team followed up the 5-0 win over the Falkland Islands with a similar...
England got their Commonwealth Games medal bid off to a solid start with a 5-0 win over Falkland Islands in the first of their two matches on day one of the team competition in Delhi. Anthony Clark makes his 100th England appearance tonight.