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Kirsty Gilmour, Alex Dunn and Adam Hall are just one game away from the Commonwealth Games semi-finals after the trio battled through their last matches on the Gold Coast. Our Lady of Lourdes Primary school in Blackburn, West Lothian, received an after school badminton kit bag on Monday in recognition of their on-going contribution to badminton. Alex Dunn and Adam Hall were given an enticing opener to the European Championships when the draw was made for the competition later this month.

Scottish badminton enjoyed a perfect day at the Commonwealth Games as five pairs advanced in doubles competition in the Gold Coast, without a single game being dropped. Kirsty Gilmour is no stranger to the European Championships podium and the shuttler will once more be among the favourites for the crown. Badminton in Scotland is alive and flourishing — and nowhere is that more prevalent than Aberdeen, where new standards in getting everyone involved in the sport are being set.

Two wins in two matches on the opening day means the Scotland team are assured of the knockout stages even before their last pool match against fellow high-flyers India. To help you keep up to date with all the action, we have put together the following short guide to badminton at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.

Skye Badminton Association rounded- off their action packed season by hosting the local championships in the Fingal Centre, Portree. Kirsty Gilmour goes into her third Commonwealth Games as fourth seed as the Scot aims to go one better than her silver medal from Glasgow Christopher Grimley recorded three wins in a day to make the final of the Hellas Junior International in Greece. Christopher Grimley revelled in a day of double delight after booking his place in the last 16 of the Hellas Junior International The purpose of the festival was to encourage more players to play competitive games and to promote more contact between players in different clubs and social groups playing in central Scotland.

The ones to watch at the forthcoming Scottish National Junior Under and Under Badminton Championships have been unveiled with the seedings announced for the competition in Motherwell. Over the weekend Orkney A and B teams travelled to Shetland to compete in the senior inter county. Adam Hall recently visited Park School badminton club to speak to the youngsters there about the Commonwealth Games and success through sport.

Everyone who wants to be involved needs to make sure they get their entries in by Monday 19 March. Glenearn Badminton Club has become the first club in the whole of Scotland to qualify for the Shuttlemark bronze award. Calum Flockhart flew the Scottish flag high at the Leigh U17 gold in Lancashire this weekend, winning the boys' singles. While the enforced change of date to avoid a clash with the All England Championships meant that the entries were down on last year, there were nonetheless some excellent matches played throughout the weekend.

It was a day of success for Scottish players as play got under way in Berlin for the German Junior with four wins from six matches. Image by Mark Phelan. More than 60 players battled it out over six courts at the Wishaw Sports Centre to win their pool of the Lanarkshire Junior League.

The Midlothian U12 Grade B tournament, also set to take place this weekend on Sunday, has been postponed. Further updates will be made available as soon as possible. It's not just Scotland's best players who will test themselves on Australia's Gold Coast. One of Scotland's best court officials will be there too. On a stellar run of form and seeded second in a taxing field for the Dutch Junior this week, the Grimley brothers are looking to add another title to their growing list of successes.

Alex Dunn and Adam Hall dramatically booked their places in the Austrian Open semi-finals after a thrilling evening of badminton in Vienna. Sarah Sidebottom is in for one of the toughest tests of her young career to date having battled her way to a tie against the YONEX Italian Junior top seed. One particularly pleasing aspect of the legacy was the incredible level of dedication shown by volunteers and the number of volunteers who have stayed involved in the sport.

On Friday 16th and Saturday 17th February, Fochabers at Milnes High School was a hive of badminton activity as it hosted two doubles events. We are working to support opportunities for young people in Scotland to get involved in our badminton clubs in partnership with Young Scot and Find a Player. Callum Smith did Scotland proud this weekend at the U17 Surrey Gold with a bronze in the mixed doubles and strong singles showing.

Scotland led the way at Scotstoun over the weekend, taking 15 titles at the Scottish 4 Nations ParaBadminton Championships. Two defeats unfortunately meant Scotland had no representatives on the final day of competition at the France U17 Open. It was a busy weekend of badminton in the Highlands.

Christopher Grimley admits he and his brother Matthew showed fighting spirit to save two match points and clinch the U19 doubles title at the Hungarian Junior International. Ten wins to three losses saw plenty of Scottish success on day two of the Hungarian Junior International as all doubles pairs progressed in Pecs.

It was a day of overall success for the Scottish players in action on day 1 of the Hungarian Junior, with only three losses from nine matches. Get your entries in quick to take advantage of this offer! Police Sport UK made it two wins on the trot over a youthful Scotland Select side as former international Gordon Thomson contributed three points in their win over the national side in their annual encounter.

The Star Gold Coast was the venue as the draw for the group stages of the badminton team competition at the Commonwealth Games was held.

The online deadline to enter the Glasgow Championships has been extended until midnight on Wednesday 7 February The Events Committee of BADMINTONscotland have re-visited their decision of 23 January not to award any ranking points for the above Championships and have now confirmed that ranking points will be awarded for the stages reached in each event. Badminton Scotland are teaming up with Scottish Hockey this weekend in a joint effort to promote the Rainbow Laces campaign.

Entries for the Glasgow Championships are closing next Monday 5th February. Make sure to get yours in before then if you want to be involved in this "Grade A" tournament. At this year's Scottish Nationals, all those in attendance will be invited to take part in an Economic Impact Study into the event conducted by a student of Strathclyde University.

Badminton clubs from around the country travelled to Aberdeen for a workshop aimed at helping them develop and further engage with the community. The Scottish Disability Sport and Lothian Disability Badminton Championship provided a feast of competition and tensely-fought encounters on Saturday, with titles galore being won in Edinburgh. They agreed that no ranking points would be awarded for this event; and that the decision to abandon play had been unavoidable and correct.

A comprehensive review of all the action across six age groups in the Scottish International Masters. Kieran Merrilees and Kirsty Gilmour will begin their defences of the Yonex Scottish National Badminton Championships singles events as tournament favourites after the seedings were confirmed today.

It was a mixed day on court for Jack MacGregor and Toni Woods in Sweden as they progressed to the main draw of the mixed doubles but each lost out in singles qualifying. Kirsty Gilmour got off to a blistering start and was within two points of the win against Ratchanok Intanon at the Malaysia Masters but eventually fell to defeat against the world number five. Calum Flockhart and Callum Smith enjoyed an enterprising weekend after scooping a combined three medals at the U17 Gold Redbridge competition.

Entries must be submitted by midnight on Monday January 15th if you want to play in Scotland's premier national competition. Find full details of how to enter here. And the trophy that bears his name is set to be decided once more.

Just a handful of words which could be used to describe badminton in Scotland throughout But while the calendar has flipped to a new year, there is still plenty to be excited about in the sport right from the grassroots to the elite, with a busy 12 months in store on and off the court. Christopher Grimley started the New Year well by winning his first senior singles title at the Babolat Dunfermline Championships.

Stars from all over the world are set to battle it out in Glasgow in January as the Scottish International Masters Championships returns. Adam Hall has set his sights on Commonwealth Games qualification with partner Alex Dunn after the pair added another title to their burgeoning silverware cabinet, taking the Turkish International crown earlier this morning.

Alex Dunn and Adam Hall are living up to their top-seed billing as they made serene progress into the final of the Turkey international. Alexander Dunn and Adam Hall are so far putting their top-seed status to good use after easing through to the Turkey International quarter-finals. The closing date for the Babolat Dunfermline Championships is fast approaching! Submit your entries before 20 December! Badminton Scotland today offered their congratulations to former President Ian E Brown after he was presented with the British Empire Medal for his services to badminton.

Christopher and Matthew Grimley may be in red hot form but they must wait to discover their opening Scottish National Junior Championship opponents after receiving a first round bye in the doubles. Christopher and Matthew Grimley will go for gold at the Estonian Junior after battling through to the final in Tartu. The penultimate day of the Welsh Open proved to be the last day of Scottish interest in the tournament. Despite some success there were no Scots making it through to the final day.

Junior high performance coach Diana Koleva believes this is the best year for the programme yet after Adam Pringle and Rachel Andrew secured European bronze at the Under 17 European Championships in Prague.

Picture by Mark Phelan for Badminton Europe. Photos by Mark Phelan for Badminton Europe. The latest update from the individual competition at the European U17 Championships.

Adam Pringle and Rachel Andrew put their fifth-seed mixed doubles status to good use with a tight but impressive win as the European U17 Championships hit the individual stage. Kirsty Gilmour admitted she did not play the most beautiful game of badminton, but that was of little importance as she reached her third Scottish Open Grand Prix final. Most eyes are understandably focused on the fast-paced action on court at the Scottish Open Grand Prix, but there is another set of people whose attention is diverted elsewhere.

Kirsty Gilmour came within two points of Scottish Open Grand Prix defeat but was simply glad to have given her fans a good show. Scotland belied their seeding to pick up a bronze medal at the European U17 Team Championship with a sparkling win over France in Prague. Rachel Andrew and Adam Pringle led the way again for Scotland as they convincingly beat Croatia at the European U17 Team Championships to win Group 6 and progress to the quarter-finals.

Ygor Coelho is looking to end his season on a high with victory at the Scottish Open Grand Prix after reaching the second round in style but home favourite Merrilees bows out.

The Pringle and Grimley siblings ensured Scottish Open Grand Prix qualification was a family affair as all four sealed their spot in the main draw. Jess Pugh and Ben Lane have been knocking on the door of badminton success for several months now and the former hopes their moment can finally come at the Scottish Open Grand Prix.

Scotland begin their U17 European Team Championship campaign against Slovakia on Tuesday targeting a possible spot on the podium. Not able to get along to the Emirates Arena in person next week? Fear not, there are still plenty of ways to enjoy your Scottish Open Grand Prix fix.

There was success at the Cheltenham U13 Gold tournament for two young Scotland stars over the weekend. Ahead of the Scottish Open, we caught up with them. Christopher and Matthew Grimley came up just short in their bid to lift the Czech Junior doubles title. Having both faced Lin Dan the last time they competed at the Emirates Arena, at the world championships in August, Kieran Merrilees and Emil Holst will be hoping for slightly easier starts to their Scottish Open campaigns.

Our preview of the upcoming action in the FZ Forza Czech International where the Grimley brothers go together in doubles and individually in singles.

Find out who are the pairs to watch out for in the Women's doubles draw at the Scottish Open Grand Prix Home favourite and highest seeded Scot Kieran Merrilees will be expected to give the Glasgow crowd something to shout about when the Scottish Open Grand Prix gets underway next week.

Today saw the last Yonex East of Scotland Junior tournament to be hosted at Meadowbank Sports Centre for several years, as a new centre is now to be built on the current site. Make sure you are quick to book your places on one of our development activities before places are all gone! Joshua Apiliga and Adam Pringle are seeded second in boys' doubles, Pringle and Rachel Andrew are seeded fifth in mixed and Rachel Sugden is 11th girls' singles seed.

The second day of the Bitburger Open, in the Black Forest town of Saarbrucken, proved to be a difficult day for the Scots competing there. Since its inception in , the Scottish Open Grand Prix has gained a reputation as one of the most internationally renowned tournaments in the world of badminton. Kieran Merrilees is through to the second round of the Bitburger Open, being held in Saarbrucken this week.

The Scottish Open is one of the oldest and most prestigious badminton tournaments in the world, originating in Here we have a look back over the history of the event. Lothian came though as the most successful Group in both age categories, with Midland runners-up at Under, and West of Scotland at Under Scotland today lost out to Canada in the first round of the play-off competition to determine the ranking positions for the teams placed in the World Junior Mixed Team Championships.

Applications are now being accepted for the Russell Hogg Trust for the year ending December Scotland have beaten Bulgaria in their second match of the day at the World Junior Championships, currently being held in Indonesia. Basia Grodynska overcame a number of opponents across two days at the Northumberland Senior Silver tournament last weekend to take the women's singles title.

Scotland today named the squad which will contest the Under 17 European Championships, being held in Prague from November Toni Woods went out on day one of the Babolat Bulgarian International, currently being held in Sofia. The second day of the Czech Open provided mixed fortunes for the Scottish players still competing in Brno. By the end of play, the Scottish contingent would be reduced to just 3 players represented across 2 disciplines.

After some very exciting matches over the weekend Anthony McGuire and Brooke Stalker emerged with 3 titles apiece. Although no one in the U17 age group won three titles, the titles were shared by only four players, each winning two. There was disappointment for Christopher and Matthew Grimley yesterday when they went out at the quarter-final stage of the boys' doubles at the Yonex Belgian Junior The three-day event is being held in Herstal, Belgium from today until Sunday.

Entries close on 18 September. Scotland had representation in men's singles and men's doubles in the Yonex Slovak Open Read our summary report of the event here.

Campbell and MacHugh, ranked 54th in the world, needed just two sets to seal victory, recording a success over their opponents in the first meeting between the two pairs. This week, she will launch her World Championship campaign on familiar territory, the Emirates Arena being the stage for her Commonwealth silver medal win back in Scotland will leave the Special Olympics GB National Games with plenty of badminton success to toast after the delegation picked up 27 medals in the competition.

Scotland will be represented by 17 players when the badminton action gets underway at the Special Olympics GB National Games on Wednesday. Like most youngsters, Viktor Axelsen had big dreams as a child. To become the best in the world. Newall was not even born the last time the Championships came to Scotland, but August will see her watching the very best players in the world right on her doorstep.

Blair, now 35, called time on his playing career to focus on coaching — taking up a role with Badminton Scotland — and is excited see what the global tournament has in store.

The Scotland star went down in a minute contest. Kirsty Gilmour is through to her first final since finishing runner-up at the European Championships in Denmark in April. Kirsty Gilmour booked her place in the quarter-finals of the Yonex Canada Open in Calgary yesterday with a win over Rachel Honderich. Following on from his European triumph in Denmark earlier this year, Rajiv Ouseph has got the bit between his teeth and is eyeing up more medal glory when the World Championships kick off in Glasgow next month.

Fresh from their medal success in Ireland, the Scottish Para-Badminton team were back on the road again, this time to the newly refurbished sportscotland Centre at Inverclyde. Scotland took a 9-player strong squad over to the new Indoor National Sports Arena in Dublin this weekend. The Glasgow International Youth Badminton Championships will take place this weekend and has attracted players.

Scotland followed up their silver medal success at the European Junior Championships by dominating the doubles events at the Olve Jot Under 17 finals at Edegem near Antwerp. Glasgow's Matthew Grimley suffered singles disappointment at the European Junior Championships in Mulhouse today. Scotland suffered mixed fortunes on the opening afternoon of the individual events at the European Junior Championships at Mulhouse.

Scotland rounded off their team challenge at the European Junior Championships in Mulhouse with a victory against Portugal. But she was made to battle hard in her lunchtime quarter-final with Delphine Lansac before the French player retired with Gilmour leading the deciding game It is not yet clear whether Meadowbank Sports Centre will still be available for the East of Scotland Championships but if this does indeed prove to be the last championships to take place before the venue is refurbished, we were delighted to see both a significantly larger entry than last year and also some excellent matches throughout the weekend.

Four players who won titles at the recent Yonex Scottish National Championships in Perth just over a week ago return to international action this week when they tackle the Austrian Open in Vienna, starting on Wednesday. Adam Pringle hit double top at the Swedish Under 17 International in Uppsala this afternoon as he won the boys' singles and partnered Joshua Apiliga to the boys' doubles title.

Scotland players endured a frustrating time in their first international tournament of as they looked to gain vital match practice before the Yonex Scottish National Championships in Perth in three weeks.

Glasgow twins Christopher and Matthew Grimley finished off in fine style by taking top honours as Scotland players produced the goods at the Yonex Estonian Junior Tournament in Tartu.

Julie MacPherson and Holly Newall made winning debuts as Scotland got their European Team Championships qualifying campaign off to a flying start with a triumph over Latvia in Medvode this afternoon. Adam Hall and Peter Mills are through to the last 16 of the men's doubles at the Bitburger Open in Saarbrucken, where Kieran Merrilees also battled his way into the third round of the men's singles last night.

Kieran Merrilees saw his challenge at the Yonex Hungarian International come to an end in the semi-finals in Budapest. It was third time lucky for Midland group at the weekend when they won the annual Senior Inter-Group title at the Sir Craig Reedie Centre in Glasgow after two years of finishing second best to West of Scotland. Adam Hall today reached the second round of a Superseries event for the first time in his young career at the Yonex French Open in Paris.

Scottish National champion Matthew Carder produced his second win of the day to book his place in the quarter-finals at the Babolat Bulgarian International in Sofia. Scotland have today named a nine-strong squad to compete in the European Mixed Team Championship qualifiers in Slovenia next month.

THE Scottish Open Grand Prix is just over seven weeks away and the tournament organisers are already planning a range of activities and events to run alongside the Championships. Kieran Merrilees saw his run at the Yonex Belgian International brought to an end in Leuven this afternoon in the men's singles quarter-finals. Kirsty Gilmour will be hoping to make it third time lucky when she leads the home challenge once again at the Scottish Open Grand Prix in November.

Caitlin Pringle will be looking for a flying start to the new season when she tackles the Yonex Slovak Open in Trencin this weekend. BADMINTONscotland is stepping up its campaign to introduce more and more youngsters to the sport by launching a series of holiday camps, aimed at beginners aged years-old.

Adam Hall finished his season on a high note with two good performances at the Spanish International in Madrid. Chris Bruil, the coach who this season has guided Kirsty Gilmour to rise to a career-best No. Kirsty Gilmour reproduced the form which earned her a silver medal at the European Championships with a fine victory over world No. Scotland were today named as one of five seeded nations for the qualifying round of the European Mixed Team Championships.

Scotland badminton star Robert Blair today brought down the curtain on his glittering career when he announced his retirement from international badminton. Kirsty Gilmour survived a second-game slump to book her place in tomorrow's quarter-finals at the 25th European Championships in La Roche-sur Yon.

Kirsty Gilmour began her European Championship challenge tonight with a comprehensive win over Neslihan Yigit in the women's singles second round. The ISF Badminton event for was hosted by Malta and attracted entries from 20 countries worldwide. Kieran Merrilees saw his title challenge at the Victor Dutch International falter at the final hurdle as he faced Spanish top seed Pablo Abian in Wateringen this afternoon.

Kirsty Gilmour tackles the Yonex Sunrise India Open tomorrow as the year-long Olympic qualifying race enters its last five weeks. My heart went out to young Christopher Grimley when I read what happened to him at the recent U17 European Championships. Glenearn Badminton Club, Perth, has reinvented itself from a club with just a handful of members in to become Perth's largest badminton club.

Glasgow's Christopher Grimley secured a bronze medal in the boys' singles at the European Under 17 Championships in Lubin today when he defeated Belgium's Julien Carraggi in three close games. Christopher Grimley is through to the quarter-finals of two events at the European Under 17 Championships in Lubin. Scotland's Kieran Merrilees just missed out on a place in the final of the Portuguese International when he lost a three-game battle with Niluka Karunaratne last night.

Kieran Merrilees is through to the semi-finals of the men's singles at the Portuguese International in Caldas da Rainha. Glasgow twins Matthew and Christopher Grimley have been seeded in two events at the European Under 17 Championships to be played in the Polish city of Lubin from March Scotland's four-strong squad at the European Under 15 Championships have guaranteed themselves at least two bronze medals in the Russian city of Kazan.

Glasgow badminton twins Christopher and Matthew Grimley are seeded in the 11th Spanish Junior Championships to be played in Oviedo this weekend. Adam Hall claimed a per cent success rate in the first three matches of his Scotland career. Kirsty Gilmour faces another tough challenge when she heads for Birmingham in three weeks to tackle the Yonex All England Championships at the Barclaycard Arena from March Kirsty Gilmour will again be Scotland's standard bearer when the opening Superseries event of the year, the Yonex All England Championships, take place in Birmingham next month.

Almost 40 competitors from Primary Schools across Argyll and Bute took part in this competition which was held on Saturday 6 February in the Victoria Hall, Campbeltown. Former champion Gordon Thomson is out to prevent a new name appearing on the men's singles trophy at the Yonex Scottish National Championships in Perth tomorrow.

Kirsty Gilmour pulled off her own version of the great escape today to reach the quarter-finals of the Victor Far East Malaysia Masters in Penang. Christopher Grimley pulled off a fine win in Lubin this afternoon to reach the last 16 of the boys' singles at the Artengo Polish Junior Championships.

Scotland's Kirsty Gilmour got her campaign off to a winning start today when she won her first-round match at the Victor Far East Malaysian Masters in Penang. Kirsty Gilmour's brilliant badminton year came to an end in last night's quarter-finals of the women's singles at the Mexico City Grand Prix. Scotland's Kieran Merrilees backed up his best run of form for weeks when he scored his third win in two days to reach the semi-finals at the Yonex Italian International in Milan.

Kieran Merrilees survived a minute battle to produce one of his best wins of the season at the Yonex Italian International in Rome this afternoon. Kirsty Gilmour returns to action today for the first time since finishing runner-up at the Scottish Open Grand Prix. Ben Torrance and Matthew Carder are one win away from booking their places in the main draw at the Yonex Welsh International in Cardiff.

Families from across Glasgow are being given the chance to attend this weekend's climax of the Scottish Open Grand Prix as part of a legacy initiative aimed at bringing the sport of badminton to new audiences.

The latest world ranking list has provided a timely boost for three Scotland stars with the Scottish Open Grand Prix less than two weeks away. Kirsty Gilmour marked her rise to No. Robert Blair added another title to his illustrious trophy cabinet when he and Pia Zebadiah Bernadeth won the Swiss International mixed doubles title at Yverdon-les-Bains today.

Kirsty Gilmour was unable to reproduce her semi-final form when she faced Jin Wei Goh in the final of the Yonex Belgian International in Leuven tonight. Kirsty Gilmour has guaranteed herself a ranking boost by reaching the semi-finals of the Yonex Belgian International.

Christine Black is the only member of the four-strong Scotland squad to be seeded for the 7th World Senior Championships to be played in the Swedish city of Helsingborg from September Kirsty Gilmour returns to tournament action this week for the first time since the World Championships in early August. A Special Olympics GB team of athletes with intellectual disabilities from across England, Scotland and Wales will be heading to the World Summer Games in Los Angeles this month, depart from Heathrow on July 21st for a once in a lifetime experience.

Great Britain, who finished 10th in the team event at the World Student Games, saw their challenge in the individual events come to an end on the penultimate day of the week-long championships in Gwangju, Korea. Scotland's Matthew Carder is through to the last 16 of the men's singles as the individual events at the World Student Games got under way today and Martin Campbell is also through to the third round of the mixed doubles.

FIVE of Scotland's top players will be in competition this weekend as they bid to end up on the winning team at the finals of the inaugural National Badminton League at K2 Crawley. THE Grimley twins dominated the Under 15 individual events on finals day at the Glasgow International Youth Championships at Scotstoun this afternoon as Scotland players added to their Under 13 success in the team event.

Imogen Bankier and Robert Mateusiak are already through to the last 16 of the mixed doubles at the Spanish International in Madrid. THE final Scottish National Junior Badminton Championships of the season has attracted a record entry with 84 young prospects set to compete in the Under 11 age group in Glasgow on May Scotland sent a large squad to Belgium at the Easter weekend to tackle the four age-group Victor Olve tournament in Edegem, Antwerp.

Scotland's Paul Van Rietvelde and England's Chris Coles produced one of the best wins of their developing partnership to reach today's quarter-finals of the Finnish Open in Vantaa.

Alex Dunn and Adam Hall were forced to settle for bronze medals in the boys' doubles after going down in a three-game semi-final at the European Junior Championships in Lubin tonight.

Julie MacPherson put a disappointing mixed doubles exit behind her at the European Junior Championships in Lubin this afternoon with a solid win in her singles event. Scotland will make a twin attack on the Under 19 European Junior Badminton Championships, starting in Poland on Thursday, when Christopher and Matthew Grimley tackle the biggest event of their young careers.

International badminton player Russell Hogg from Dunfermline had a major influence on the development of disability badminton in Fife. Sadly Russell passed away two years ago but part of his legacy is undoubtedly the quality and quantity of badminton projects which are now part of the Disability Sport Fife DSF programme. Paul Van Rietvelde and Chris Coles have repeated their efforts at the Yonex German Open two weeks ago by coming through qualifying to reach today's main men's doubles draw of the Swiss Open in Basel.

Scotland today named a strong squad to contest the team and individual events at the European Junior Under 19 Championships in the city of Lubin from March April 4. Scotland send players into action on two fronts this week.

Matthew Carder, who was men's singles runner-up at the Yonex Scottish Nationals in Perth at the start of the month, went one better at the weekend when he was crowned men's singles champion at the British Universities and Colleges Championship in Sheffield. After some very exciting and closely fought matches Adam Hall emerged as the only double winner at the Sir Craig Reedie Centre at the weekend.

Scotland's Kieran Merrilees will be looking to build on his European Team Championships performances in Belgium last week as he goes into this week's Austrian International Challenge event in Vienna. Scotland stunned defending champions Germany by winning both singles in their Group 3 decider at the European Team Championships in Belgium this afternoon on the way to a dramatic last match victory.

Scotland's Martin Campbell and Patrick MacHugh warmed up for next weekend's Yonex Scottish National Championships by retaining their men's doubles title at the Iceland International without dropping a game. Scotland will rely on eight of the nine players who topped their qualifying group in November to contest the finals of the European Mixed Team championships in Belgium from February Scotland's quartet of young stars maintained their per cent record on day two of the Polish Junior tournament in Lubin as they proved a force to be reckoned with.

Scotland's three singles players made a good start to their title challenges at the Polish Junior Championships in Lubin. Scotland's badminton stars of tomorrow are the first home players into international action in when a four-strong squad tackles the Polish Under 19 Championships, starting on Wednesday. Scotland face a tough task when they tackle the finals of the European Mixed Team Championships in Leuven near Brussels from February Scotland made a winning start to their European Team Championships qualifier in Prague this afternoon by beating Switzerland But the Badminton World Federation has moved quickly to make sure all national governing bodies will be ready to grasp the opportunity.

Kenneth Cheung hit double top at the Under 13 Nottingham Gold event at the University of Nottingham at the weekend, winning his singles event then teaming up with Callum Smith to take the doubles title.

Matthew and Christopher grimly dominated the Glasgow Under 17 Championships at the weekend with Matthew winning a treble of singles, doubles and mixed. Kirsty Gilmour and Imogen Bankier shook off last night's women's doubles disappointment when they bounced back today by reaching the last 16 is their second events at Glasgow Scotland got their badminton team challenge off to the perfect start on day one of the Commonwealth Games today.

Scotland has been drawn against New Zealand, Guernsey and Seychelles in Group C when the team event starts the day badminton competition at the Commonwealth Games on Thursday. Scotland have been named No. In fact, they received two sets — a home and an away strip. The University of Glasgow will award 14 Honorary Degrees, including honouring the eight Scottish Commonwealth Games gold medal winners for their services to sport.

Scotland's Rebekka Findlay and Caitlin Pringle aim to build on their run to the semi-finals of last week's Croatia International when they tackle the Victor Dutch International in Wateringen this weekend. Scotland face Finland today in their final group match at the European Under 17 Championships in Turkey. Scotland finished their group campaign on a high note at the European Under 17 Team Championships in Turkey today. The East of Scotland Championships once again provided a weekend of high quality badminton.

Scotland's Kirsty Gilmour heads for Germany this week, celebrating her rise into the world's top 20 for the first time. Scotland's men bounced back from their opening-day defeat by England at the European Team Championships is Basel with a resounding victory over Iceland today. Kirsty Gilmour, who won her third consecutive Yonex Scottish National women's singles title on Sunday as well as retaining her women's doubles crown, has been shortlisted for the Best European Young Player of the Year Scotland's badminton players have begun Commonwealth Games year with a significant boost after climbing to No.

Scotland will send a small squad into action at the European Under 15 Championships in Basel from February Scotland finished on top of the podium in nine events at the Yonex Scottish International Veterans Championships to make up for being narrowly beaten by England in the annual Robert McCoig Veterans Trophy match at Largs over the weekend.

Scotland's Kirsty Gilmour got her Commonwealth Games countdown off to a winning start today by lifting the women's singles title at the Caperio Swedish Masters in Uppsala. Scotland's top two singles players made winning starts to their opening campaign of when they moved into the second round of the Caperio Swedish Masters in Uppsala today.

The annual pre-Christmas get-together of Scotland's Junior Group teams took place at the Cockburn Centre on Saturday 14th December, and a good day's badminton was had by all. Badminton training camps at Largs are something that up until last weekend, I thought were only for teenagers or elite athletes. Imogen Bankier and Kirsty Gilmour bring their badminton year to a close this week by tackling the Italian International in Rome. Robert Blair and Imogen Bankier brought the Scottish Open Grand Prix to a rousing finale by winning the mixed doubles title at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow this afternoon to the delight of thousands of Scotland fans.

Kirsty Gilmour is through to the quarter-finals of the women's singles at the Bitburger Open in Saarbrucken just a week after reaching the last eight in the Yonex French Open Superseries event in Paris. Kirsty Gilmour made a good start to her Bitburger Open challenge today when she defeated Simone Prutsch in her opening women's singles. Prestwick's Josh Neil rose to the occasion again today when he won his two opening matches at the World Junior Individual Championships in Bangkok.

Josh Neil produced another fine win in Bangkok today but it wasn't enough to earn Scotland's juniors victory over France in their Suhandinata Cup group X play-off. Scotland's youngsters made a stunning comeback from a defeat by Malaysia to finish second in Group X2 at the World Junior Championships in Thailand today. Kirsty Gilmour is through to the last eight of the women's singles at the Yonex French Open in Paris after another brilliant win against a higher-ranked opponent.

Kieran Merrilees produced a brilliant performance to reach today's quarter-finals at the Yonex Dutch Open in Almere.

Kieran Merrilees' bold bid for a place in the semi-finals of the men's singles at the Yonex Dutch Open in Almere ended in disappointment this afternoon. THE new, improved Cockburn Centre got the seal of approval today from the man behind the original conversion of the disused paint factory into the renowned badminton centre it is now. Imogen Bankier may have failed to make it four women's doubles titles in a row when she tackled the Bulgarian international in Brno at the weekend but she didn't come home empty handed - the Glasgow star lifted the mixed doubles title with Robert Blair yesterday.

Scotland's Imogen Bankier is chasing a fourth women's doubles titles in a row as she tackles this weekend's Bulgarian International in Sofia. Joshua Apiliga was the only player to win two titles at the Glasgow Junior Tournament held at the Cockburn Centre at the weekend.

Adam Hall reached two semi-finals after tackling three events at the Yonex Belgian Junior Championships in Herstal at the weekend. Imogen Bankier is through to two quarter-finals at the Yonex Belgian International, being held this week in Leuven.

Robert Blair and Imogen Bankier look to follow up their mixed doubles success at the Babolat Kharkov International last weekend when they tackle this week's Yonex Belgium International. The Bulgarian Open got under way today with four Scots tackling the qualifying rounds of the men's singles in Sofia. Cautiously, she enters the building and searches for the ideal spot — then she uses lengths of the wrap to create a mat on the dirt-strewn floor. Next, she strips down to her black-lace lingerie, then removes her panties.

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