2009 All News
BADMINTON England have responded positively to today's UK Sport Funding Review with Chief Executive Adrian Christy heralding the chance for podium prospects like Chris Adcock (pictured) and Gabby White to make an impact on the big stage.
National champion Jill Pittard today announced her retirement from top-class badminton. But she will continue to play for Warwickshire as she aims to reach 100 appearances for the county.
BADMINTON England’s most successful female player, Gail Emms MBE, is backing the country’s young guns to make a big impression at April’s Yonex European Individual Badminton Championships in Manchester 2010.
WITH less than 100 days to go before the 100th All England Open Championships, BADMINTON England and Yonex today announced a further cementing of their long and enduring partnership.
Mariana Agathangelou won the women's doubles title with Heather Olver and was runner-up in the mixed doubles with Robin Middleton at the Yonex Irish Open in Dublin on Sunday. Elizabeth Cann (pictured) lost in the singles semi-finals.
Donna Kellogg's brilliant career comes to an end after defeat in the mixed doubles semi-finals at the Yonex-Sunrise BWF World Super Series Masters Finals. Picture and copyright: badmintonphoto.com