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  • Gold & Bronze for Ireland in Special Olympics World Games in Abu Dhabi

    21/03/2019 DevelopmentGold & Bronze for Ireland in Special Olympics World Games in Abu Dhabi

     

    Badminton Ireland are delighted to announce that the three Irish badminton athletes that competed at the Special Olympic World Games in Abu Dhabi have won a total of 5 Medals (One Gold & Four Bronze). The athletes are pictured above with their coaches as they collected their medals for their outstanding performances in Abu Dhabi. Coaches Kim McCrave and Claire Heffernan accompanied the athletes in Abu Dhabi.

    Please see below for their achievements:

     

     

        Sarah Louise Rea won Gold in Women's Singles and came 4th in Women's Doubles.

     

     

     

     

     

         John Doyle won Bronze in Men's Singles and Mixed Doubles.

     

     

     

     

       

        Mary Daly won Bronze in Women's Singles and Mixed Doubles and 4th in Women's Doubles.

     

     

     

     

    "I'm overwhelmed with pride for these amazing achievements on court and the attitudes they presented"

    (Kim McCrave, Head Coach)

     

    Congratulations from all at Badminton Ireland.

  • Irish U17 team announcement

    20/03/2019 High PerformanceIrish U17 team announcement

    The team selected to represent Ireland at the 2019 European U17 championships is announced as follows....

     

     

     

  • Sudirman Cup team announced

    14/03/2019 High PerformanceSudirman Cup team announced

    The Irish team to represent Ireland at the 2019 Sudirman read more...

     

     

  • Irish under 19 team Selection

    14/03/2019 High PerformanceIrish under 19 team Selection

    The Irish players selected to represent Ireland at the 2019 Hellas Junior International read more...

     

     

  • NOTICE: Badminton Ireland Annual General Meeting

    09/03/2019 GeneralNOTICE: Badminton Ireland Annual General Meeting


    To all Branches, Clubs, Affiliated Bodies, Honorary Life Members and Past Presidents

    Badminton Ireland - Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2019

    (To be held at Irish Sport HQ, Dublin on Saturday 25th May 2019)

     

    (09/03/2019) Notice is hereby given that the AGM of the Badminton Union of Ireland Limited will be held at Irish Sport HQ, Dublin on Saturday 25th May 2019 at 11 am.

    The position of President is up for election at the forthcoming AGM.

     

    Nominations and proposed Motions are required to be received by the Badminton Ireland office no later than nine (9) weeks prior to the Annual General Meeting – by 5:30 pm on the 23rd March.

     

    Yours faithfully

    For and on behalf of

    Badminton Ireland

     


     

    David McGill
    Chief Executive
    Badminton Ireland

     

     

     

     

     

Latest News

General

Large numbers at FZ Forza ShuttleTime Primary School Finals

Over 250 players took part from Schools across Ireland in the FZ Forza Shuttletime Primary School Finals on the 6th March 2019 at Baldoyle Badminton Centre. This event was the largest Primary School Finals that Badminton Ireland has hosted with 28 Boys’ teams and 22 Girls’ Teams.

 

Boys Results

  1. Raphoe Central NS
  2. Banteer NS
  3. St.Michael’s NS
  4. Clonlara NS

 

Girls Results

  1. St.Michael’s NS
  2. Scoil Mhuire
  3. Banteer NS
  4. Holy Family School Ennis

 

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Please click here for Girls results

High Performance

Hp Round up February

Following on from the 2019 European mixed team championships there has been a number of Irish players in action over the month of February read more....

 

 

 

 

 

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High Performance

U13 Irish Team Announcement

The team selected to represent Ireland at the Glasgow Youth International from the 17th-19th of May is as follows:

 

 

 

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Ranking

Men's singles
1  Nhat Nguyen11,524
2  Joshua Magee10,760
3  David Walsh6,870
4  Jonathan Dolan5,480
5  Adam McAllister5,000
6  Jack O'Brien4,830
7  Callum Thomas4,790
8  Azhar Syed4,565
9  Brian O'Mahony4,380
10  Mark Brady4,210
Women's singles
1  Kate Frost7,900
2  Orla Flynn6,650
3  Rachael Darragh6,617
4  Sara Boyle5,788
5  Rachael Woods5,180
6  Alexandra Troy4,160
7  Moya Ryan2,690
8  Sophia Noble2,590
9  Jessica Leung2,340
10  Pamela Pontanosa2,320
Men's doubles
1  Paul Reynolds13,368
1  Joshua Magee13,368
3  Ciaran Chambers8,650
4  Daniel Magee6,640
5  Callum Thomas6,100
6  Adam McAllister5,640
7  Sam McKay5,240
8  David Walsh5,170
9  Brian O'Mahony5,070
10  John Amond4,800
Women's doubles
1  Kate Frost8,730
2  Moya Ryan8,730
3  Sara Boyle8,255
4  Rachael Darragh8,255
5  Vicki Pesti6,420
6  Orla Flynn6,220
7  Fiona Farrell5,060
7  Lauren Au5,060
9  Rachael Woods4,590
9  Rebecca Woods4,590
Mixed doubles
1  Chloe Magee21,494
1  Sam Magee21,494
3  Rachael Darragh9,200
4  Paul Reynolds8,880
5  Kate Frost8,440
6  Daniel Magee7,270
7  Ciaran Chambers6,570
8  Moya Ryan5,920
9  Alexandra Troy5,530
10  Daniel O'Meara4,380

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