Author Archives: Steven Fritze
Two local players, Lucy Dodd and Will Smith, have achieved excellent personal successes in the last month in their respective tournaments.
The 2019 Northumberland Badminton Association Presentation Evening took place on Saturday 18th May at The Northumberland Club with over 100 attendees from various clubs across the county. As usual, the NBA Volunteer Awards (donated by Ian Little from Yehlex) were awarded, … Continue reading
Recently, 3 school teams from Gosforth, Ponteland and Cramlington competed in Milton Keynes in the National Finals of the National Schools Badminton Championships. Here is how they fared:
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The Active Northumberland Mens Doubles Open was played at Ponteland Leisure Centre on saturday 16th march. A mixture of team players, county juniors and no strings players entered creating a very good competitive event. Pairs played four competition matches and … Continue reading
The latest North Tyneside Social Badminton Tournament, held in John Spence Community High Schools 8 court sports hall on 17th March 2019, attracted a record entry of 80 players, with an age range of 14 to 75!! There were many … Continue reading
Delivered by Badminton England and local partners, the National Schools Championships is the largest youth badminton initiative, allowing young people from across the country to represent their schools in local, regional and national competitions. The Northumberland/Tyne & Wear County Round of the … Continue reading
The Northumberland Over 40 team finished in 2nd place in Division 1A in the 2019 Masters County Challenge at Worcester, securing wins over Notts, Lincs, Suffolk and Norfolk, a winning draw over Staffs helped this final placing. Well done. Julie … Continue reading
The Northumberland Badminton Association Workforce Academy launched on Sunday 20th January at Tyneside Badminton Centre with 16 new Academy members and 6 experienced Mentors attending the event and learning more about badminton coaching and volunteering opportunities across the county. The newly … Continue reading