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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 U16 team travelled down to York by train for this double header against Yorkshire 1st and 3rd teams. This is manager Karen Davison’s report on the day. Karen was assisted by Micky Walker.
Our U18 team travelled to Carlisle University to play this fixture a couple of weekends ago. Thanks to team manager Karen Davison for this report.
With even more thanks to Davd Graham, here is a brief report on our very successful Junior Silver tournament held at the start of March …..
With thanks to David Graham, who has put together this report on our last BE Junior Tournament weekend of the season, please read on ………..
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
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.