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  • Juvenile club launches in Bruree

    20/11/2014 Juvenile club launches in Bruree

    Bruree badminton club in county Limerick has recently launched a new juvenile section which is a great addition to its existing adult club. They have had a fantastic amount of interest from local families in the first few weeks of running the club. Badminton Ireland went along to help them get started, do some coaching, and offer support. Photo left: Teicnic white - 'backhand keep ups' with club volunteers taking on a coaching role.

  • 16/11/2014 "Juvenile clubs are the future of our sport"

    Mullinavat is a small town of 1.5 thousand people in county Kilkenny. Despite its small population it has a thriving juvenile club. The club has three groups/levels of players with over 50 in total who play in their local community centre. The hall has three courts and is well equiped with a sprung wooden floor, appropriate lighting, and plenty of space around the courts. As part of the Badminton Ireland club visit development programme we paid them a visit. 

  • Teicnic Summer camp

    09/10/2014 Teicnic Summer camp

    Badminton Ireland Teicnic summer camps are back read more..................................

     

    (2014 Teicnic camp pictured left)

     

  • Action Lesotho Needs your Club's Help

    06/10/2014 Action Lesotho Needs your Club's Help

    Lesotho needs you and your club's help. Get invovled with Badminton Ireland's Action Lesotho Iniatitive and help bring Badminton to the children of Lesotho.

    Read more to see how you can help.... 

     

  • Teicnic Badminton - 'development for all'

    19/08/2014 Teicnic Badminton - 'development for all'

    Finishing the week on a high with a team tournament, the players on this weeks camp were given a full day of matchplay training to put into practice their new techniques. The under 15 winning team left to right: Orlagh Flynn (Naas BC), Aditya Dravid (Coolmine BC), Mark Kinnerk (Terenure College BC), Daniel O'Meara (Nenagh BC), and Frank Toebes (Carrigaline BC).

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Teicnic Summer camp

Badminton Ireland Teicnic summer camps are back read more..................................

 

(2014 Teicnic camp pictured left)

 

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Action Lesotho Needs your Club's Help

Lesotho needs you and your club's help. Get invovled with Badminton Ireland's Action Lesotho Iniatitive and help bring Badminton to the children of Lesotho.

Read more to see how you can help.... 

 

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Teicnic Badminton - 'development for all'

Finishing the week on a high with a team tournament, the players on this weeks camp were given a full day of matchplay training to put into practice their new techniques. The under 15 winning team left to right: Orlagh Flynn (Naas BC), Aditya Dravid (Coolmine BC), Mark Kinnerk (Terenure College BC), Daniel O'Meara (Nenagh BC), and Frank Toebes (Carrigaline BC).

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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