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The Irish Open is the premier event in the badminton calender in Ireland and a great opportunity to showcase the sport.
The National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS) are running a one day FREE training course focusing on making sport and leisure activities deaf friendly. The course will take place at NICVA in Belfast on Satruday 23rd February 2013.
Two First Aid courses will take place at the National Badminton Centre in Lisburn during December 2012 and January 2013.
Ulster Badminton is looking to hear from all clubs about their club activities and ways in which we as a Governing Body we can provide you with help and support.
The Southern Sports Partnership have recently launched their Coach Education and Club Development Programme for 2012/13.
Ulster Badminton are organising a Line Judges workshop on Thursday 22nd November 2012 at the National Badminton Centre in Lisburn between 7-9pm.
Ulster Badminton are delighted to announce that a new badminton club catering for Junior and Adult players is now operating out of Gilford Community Centre.
From the beginning of the 2012/13 season Ulster Badminton will organise a series of Practical Development Workshops for Club based coaches.
This summer Ulster Badminton will again be running a number of summer schemes across Northern Ireland for children between the ages of 6-15 years old.
On Saturday 24th March Ulster Badminton’s second Pan-Disability Club started at Bangor Castle Leisure Centre.