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5th February 2019

New Social Competition Tournaments

Badminton England have launched a BRAND NEW Social Competition Offer which is targeted towards recreational, ‘No Strings’ players who are new to competition and would like to take their first steps into competitive badminton.

Social competition is being introduced as the first step onto the competition pathway providing a friendly tournament atmosphere for those players who are starting their competitive badminton journey. All tournament series will be played as doubles; the formats and scoring may differ but they will always be doubles matches.

The social series is aimed at players who have not competed before but are interested in getting involved and finding out what badminton competition is all about. The social series consists of three tournaments with winners for each individual tournament as well as overall series winners. Every tournament will be played in a friendly, welcoming atmosphere with a healthy amount of competition.

Prizes will be awarded for winners and runners-up of each tournament as well as a prize for the overall series winners.

There is no requirement for you to be a member of Badminton England to enter these tournaments but you need to be a social / No Strings player and have not competed in our circuit tournaments. If you have a ranking/grading you will not be eligible to enter.

Tournaments will be welcoming to new participants. Each tournament and series will be able to have a doubles format to suit the needs of the players.

Nottingham are piloting the three tournament series during 2019 all at Carlton Forum Leisure Centre

Venue: Carlton Forum Leisure Centre, Carlton, Nottingham NG4 3SG

Tournament Dates:
Sunday 31st March 2019
Men's doubles Round Robin tournament 10-3pm

Sunday 26th May 2019
Men's doubles Round Robin tournament 10-3pm

Sunday 21st July 2019
Mixed doubles Round Robin tournament 10-3pm

Enter at:

For more information contact James Hand on or 07871756765

Each tournament costs £12 to enter or all three tournaments can be entered for £30.

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