March 2011 All News
Yorkshire’s Sarah Milne and Matthew Nottingham of Cheshire successfully defend their U19 Nationals titles - and return to court to collect further titles at the 2011 English National U19 Championships at the National Badminton Centre in Milton Keynes.
Aston Villa, Stoke City and West Bromwich Albion Premier League 4 Sport badminton clubs recently came together in a regional finals event at Nechells Leisure Centre in Birmingham, on Tuesday 8th March 2011.
Aimed at giving you more - this year's Championships did not disappoint! Here's a run down for those that couldn't make it to the NIA to enjoy all the member's benefits on offer.
“We’re delighted to be involved in this project – there should be no boundaries in sport”
9 English universities have teamed up with BADMINTON England to encourage 2012 people to pick up a racket and head onto court between 26th March-2nd April in a co-ordinated national charity event, raising funds for Help for Heroes.
BADMINTON England strongly recommends that everyone working with children and young people in badminton should have safeguarding training so that they are aware of their responsibility to promote best practice and protect children from harm. We recognise that depending on the role that someone undertakes, the training that they require varies....