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  • Para Badminton Powers Forward

    25/03/2014 Para Badminton Powers Forward

    Badminton Ireland Para Badminton Introduction day arrives in Galway.Read more.....
     
     
     
     
     
  • 24/03/2014 "We only have five rackets in the school"

    Thanks to the shuttle time project many children around Ireland are getting the chance to start playing badminton in their schools for the very first time thanks to free training courses and kit bags from Badminton Ireland. This weekend courses ran in both Munster and Connacht with teachers from 19 different primary and secondary schools receiving kit bags to allow them to start teaching badminton. They also gain access to 22 lesson plans and 92 video resources which they can use to design and deliver practical badminton lessons.

  • Tokyo 2020 Moves Ever Closer For Para Badminton

    14/03/2014 Tokyo 2020 Moves Ever Closer For Para Badminton

    Para Badminton has taken a huge step towards inclusion in the 2020 summer paralympics as the IPC announces Para badminton progresses to the next stage.

  • The Sky's the Limit  - Para Badminton Galway

    13/03/2014 The Sky's the Limit - Para Badminton Galway

    Sunday the 23rd of March, Arus Bothar Na Tra, Salthill Galway, will see a hive activity between 3-5pm as Badminton Ireland host an introduction to Para Badminton session.  

  • Kerry Clubs meet in Tralee

    20/11/2013 Kerry Clubs meet in Tralee

    Badminton Ireland continue to visit clubs around the country to get them up to speed with how they can use Shuttle Time and Teicnic Badminton amongst other new developments to promote the sport in their local area.

     

     

     

     

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Para Badminton Powers Forward

Badminton Ireland Para Badminton Introduction day arrives in Galway.Read more.....
 
 
 
 
 

Read more »

"We only have five rackets in the school"

Thanks to the shuttle time project many children around Ireland are getting the chance to start playing badminton in their schools for the very first time thanks to free training courses and kit bags from Badminton Ireland. This weekend courses ran in both Munster and Connacht with teachers from 19 different primary and secondary schools receiving kit bags to allow them to start teaching badminton. They also gain access to 22 lesson plans and 92 video resources which they can use to design and deliver practical badminton lessons.

Read more »

Tokyo 2020 Moves Ever Closer For Para Badminton

Para Badminton has taken a huge step towards inclusion in the 2020 summer paralympics as the IPC announces Para badminton progresses to the next stage.

Read more »

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Development Overview

The Badminton Ireland team is committed to facilitating participation in the sport across the 32 counties. This is achieved by focusing on the development of all facets of badminton, with a special focus on the growth of existing clubs, the creation of new clubs and facilitating opportunities to play in all levels of educational facilities across the country.

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For any further information on development please contact the Badminton Ireland office development@badmintonireland.com or +353 1 839 3028