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Ciaran and Sinead Chambers from Lisburn’s Alpha Club head the local challenge in this weekend’s FZ Forza Ulster Open Badminton Championships at the NBC Lisburn. Together they are top seeds in the mixed doubles and defend the title, while Sinead … Continue reading
For the upcoming 2017-18 season there will be a major change to all Irish Under age tournaments. Please follow the link below for a full update and information: BI Age Group Changes
SPORT NORTHERN IRELAND PRESS RELEASE 22 June 2017 Local Sportmakers to be celebrated as Sport NI launches 2017 Coaching, Officiating and Volunteering Awards Sport Northern Ireland is inviting the sporting community to say ‘thank you’ to the local people who … Continue reading
We are delighted to be organising a 6 week coaching programme for 6-14 year olds at the Foyle Arena starting Wednesday 26th April. The programme will run until the 31st May and each session will take place between 6-7pm.
We are delighted to announce that we will be bringing Andy Stewart from North Wales across to deliver a fantastic workshop aimed at coaches working within our clubs.
Ulster Badminton are organising a series of workshops for club based coaches focusing on the development of player footwork. The ‘Introduction to Footwork to Music’ workshop will give coaches practical examples of how to development players footwork in a fun … Continue reading
Ulster Badminton will be running an Easter scheme for 6-14 year olds at the Templemore Sports Complex Buncrana Road Londonderry / Derry on Monday 10th – Friday 14th April, 10am-1pm each day. The scheme will be led by Badminton Ireland … Continue reading
On Friday 3rd March 2017 primary and post primary schools from across Ulster attended the Ulster schools finals event at Lisburn Racquets Club. The event saw schools compete in cup and league finals across 5 different age groups. It was a … Continue reading
The Roadside Motors Lisburn Ulster Masters Badminton Championships took place last week-end at the National Badminton Centre, Lisburn.
GB and Ulster Badminton are shocked by the decision of UK Sport not to fund the GB High Performance Programme for the Tokyo Olympic Cycle. Young players from Ulster can aspire to the Olympics with a choice of pathway, either … Continue reading