Former world #1s aim to return to court in time for Tokyo
Lee Chong Wei calls time on a brilliant badminton career
Under 12 Awards Presentation
Volunteers finally receive their awards
Junior Presentations
AUSTRALIAN OPEN Finals – One out of four repeat success
AUSTRALIAN OPEN SF – And then there were five
AUSTRALIAN OPEN QF – 367-day Plan B versus 120-second Plan B
AUSTRALIAN OPEN QF – Sydney’s love for both sides now
AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 – Who’s the real number 2?
AUSTRALIAN OPEN R16 – Hypotenuse hopes pay off
AUSTRALIAN OPEN R32 – Korean grinners, survivors and casualties
AUSTRALIAN OPEN 32 – Sign your name to cross the line
AUSTRALIAN OPEN R32 – Sign your name to cross the line
AUSTRALIAN OPEN Day 1 – Tse and Tang tango into round two
AUSTRALIAN OPEN Day 1 – Malaysian’s net working
AUSTRALIAN OPEN Preview – Try stopping an army of 24-year-olds
5 former world #1s headed to Canada Open
China nears a perfect ‘score’ for World Championships
European Games seedings published, minus 2 Baku gold winners
Well Done to the Under 13s at Largs
Local Success Stories
Northumberland Badminton Association Volunteer Awards 2019
SUDIRMAN CUP Finals – Another clean sheet, another title for China
Another Atlanta gold medallist joins badminton Hall of Fame
SUDIRMAN CUP QF – Japan deals Malaysia agonizing defeat
SUDIRMAN CUP QF – No 2nd miracle for An or Korea
SUDIRMAN CUP Preview – Can Japan complete its collection?
Bronze for Lucy Dodd at the Under 13 Nationals
Strong male players in order for Sudirman Cup success
NEW ZEALAND OPEN Finals – Koreans provides the upsets, mixed the thrills
NEW ZEALAND OPEN SF – 17-year-old An in first major final
Lee Yong Dae and Yoo Yeon Seong reunion set for Sydney
Japan first to score 2019 World Championship quartet
6½ continental title defenses in one Sunday!
Japan 12, Korea 8 in 36th annual friendlies
The Under 18 ICT – Full Report
Lee Chong Wei & Tai Tzu-ying: Two of a kind
Lee Chong Wei & Tai Tzu-ying: Two of a kind
Under 18 ICT – another win on day 4
Under 18 ICT – Progress Update
Under 18 ICT – Day 3 Update
SINGAPORE OPEN Finals – Kento’s comeback streaks
SINGAPORE OPEN SF – Japanese flag flying high
3 Northumberland School Teams through to the National Finals!!!
Success for Northumberland’s Emily Harrison
OSAKA INT’L – Japan leaves 2 titles for Korea, takes the rest
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