Category Archives: Junior Competition
First of all – credit where it is due and congratulations to Durham on their big win in today’s annual Challenge match by 43 games to 13. This match is now played between teams of all abilities and ages, which … Continue reading
Over the weekend of 2nd and 3rd February the Northumberland under 13 team played in the annual Anglo Scottish tournament at Tyneside Badminton Centre. The team had a real mix of experience, with one player playing in the event for … Continue reading
This season Amy Ward, Charlotte Graham, Ellen Davison and Lucy Dodd have brought a considerable number of medals back to Tyneside from various Under 15 and Under 17 Silver and Bronze tournaments – and the boys have done ok too.
With apologies for the belated report ……………. our Under 16s followed up their win over Yorkshire2 with an even better result against Cumbria. Team Manager Karen Davison’s report follows:
Having lost three pre-Christmas matches to cancellations, our Under 16s began their Shires League campaign this weekend with an excellent 12-8 win over Yorkshire 2. Manager Karen Davison was delighted to have support from county coach Martin Fagan and Richard … Continue reading
The Under 15 round in the series of Anglo-Scottish tournaments took place at the start of the half-term week. Our team was managed by Karen Davison (very many thanks to her) and this is her report on an excellent weekend.
A sizeable posse of our Under 15s went down to Teesside for the Under 15 Bronze tournament held there last weekend – and returned with several medals.
Northumberland’s Junior County Restricted Championships for the new season were played over the first weekend of October, with the exception of some Under 13 events which suffered from too few girls having entered.
A week after medalling at our Junior Circuit events, Charlotte Graham, Amy Ward and Tim Bodani went off to Thornaby to pick up some more bronze medals.
The first of our BE Junior Circuit events took place recently with the Under 15 and Under 19 Bronzes being held at TBC and, although the main singles medals went elsewhere, there was success for our players in several of … Continue reading