Author Archives: Steven Fritze

Upcoming Level 1 coaching course in Newcastle

Overview: The Foundation Coach Award is the starting point for people who would like to get into coaching badminton and become a coaching assistant. This course will teach learners to: Lead fun games, activities and tournaments Support a Level 2 … Continue reading

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BE Updated Return to play Guidance – 17th May

Organised group activity for adults can restart with maximum group sizes of 16 (both singles & doubles is allowed). You are able to have more than 16 players in the hall, as long as players are grouped into bubbles of … Continue reading

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Badminton England 2021 National Players’ Survey

Badminton England have developed the 2021 National Players’ Survey which is the largest player consultation undertaken within our sport. They want to hear from players at all levels of the game and your responses will be invaluable in improving the … Continue reading

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BE Return to Play guidance

From 12th April, indoor badminton can begin to restart for the following groups and with these restrictions: Clubs and coaching sessions for juniors (aged 18 & under) and for disabled players are able to restart (singles and doubles is permitted) with … Continue reading

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Badminton England COVID-19 Hardship Fund

The Badminton England COVID-19 Hardship Fund is now open for applications! The Hardship Fund is designed to help affiliated clubs and registered coaches restart activity after the enforced shutdown. It will prioritise those experiencing short term financial hardship and who … Continue reading

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Badminton England Return To Play Guidance – June 2020

Badminton England have now released the guidance for ‘Phase 2’ of the Return to Play guidelines, which includes indoor badminton. While they’re still waiting for a formal announcement from the Government on exactly when and how indoor sports facilities can … Continue reading

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Foundation Coaching Award

The Foundation Coach Award is the starting point for people who would like to get into coaching badminton and become a coaching assistant. This course will teach learners to: Lead fun games, activities and tournaments Support a Level 2 Coach … Continue reading

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Active Northumberland Men’s Doubles

The third running of the Active Northumberland Men’s Doubles went successfully on Saturday 11th January at Ponteland Leisure Centre with twelve pairs from around the county entering. Players of age 14 plus were invited and a mixture of senior county, junior … Continue reading

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75 YEARS OLD AND A CHAMPION!!

The latest North Tyneside Social Badminton Tournament, held in the 8 court sports hall at John Spence Community High School in North Shields, attracted yet another record entry, with 87 players entering.  There were one or two last minute injuries, … Continue reading

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Durham County Badminton Association, in partnership with Simpson Group, would like to invite badminton players of all standards to enter the first Durham County Men’s Doubles Open Tournament!

Date: Saturday 29th February 2020 Venue: Belmont Community School, Durham (DH1 2QP) Start Time: 9.30am Cost: £10 per player The tournament is open to players from all areas and of any standard. £300 prize money will be provided by Simpson Group (£100 each for winners … Continue reading

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