February 2010 All News
Team Engand got off to an emphatic start at the European men's and women's team championships in Warsaw today. The men's team defeated Lithuania 5-0 in their opening Thomas Cup qualifier, winning without dropping a game. And the women's team followed up with a 5-0 win over Croatia for the loss on just one game in the fifth contest.
Team England will field four new caps when the men's and women's squads tackle the Thomas and Uber Cup qualifiers in Warsaw, starting tomorrow. The four newcomers are Carl Baxter (pictured), Harry Wright, Heather Olver and Kate Robertshaw. Picture and copyright: badmintonphoto.com
The entries have been announced for next month's Yonex All England Championships at Birmingham's National Indoor Arena. And as befits the 100th staging of the oldest and most prestigious tournament in world badminton, the entry list couldn't be stronger. Picture and copyright: badmintonphoto.com
ANTHONY CLARK went into the record books at the English National Championships at the Velodrome in Manchester today when he won the men's doubles title for the ninth time in a row. His partner Nathan Robertson made it eight men's doubles title and, in ending Clark's three-year winning streak in the mixed doubles, he claimed his fifth mixed title....
England and Scotland assembled teams for this the 11th encounter in honour of Bob McCoig a famous and much loved Anglo Scot remembered as much for his humanity and sense of humour as for his exquisite stroke play, court craft and scrupulous fairness.
Don't miss out on the chance to compete against some of the finest players from England and beyond! The Championships run from Friday 9th to Sunday 11th April 2010 with the entry deadline on Friday 5th March 2010.