BAoE

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BAoEBadminton Association of England
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Home players enjoyed doubles success at Northumberland's Badminton Association of England Satellite Tournament at Benfield Centre last weekend.
The Badminton Association of England yesterday revealed that drug tests carried out on 16 players at the English National Championships all came back clean.
The next badminton at Benfield is the annual satellite tournament, part of the National Badminton Association of England circuit, on October 23 and 24.
In tandem with the Tour, there will be a full programme of coaching and development activities, run by the Badminton Association of England and its coaches, aimed at schoolchildren.
But Badminton Association of England chief executive Stephen Baddeley says he will be urging the International Badminton Federation, the sport's ruling body, to agree a new date.
I hope the Badminton Association of England get a second chance to demonstrate to the world that we can put on as good a show as anybody.
Mann, who trains at the Badminton Association of England centre in Milton Keynes, will relish the chance to repeat her recent roles of local heroine when the All England, the world's premier tournament, begins.
Sponsored by Northumbrian Water, the tournament is the premier event on the Badminton Association of England and European Badminton Union under-19 circuits.
The tournament has been given a boost with sponsorship deal for the first time for three years thanks to a new partnership between the Badminton Association of England and racket firm Carlton, shoe manufacturers HiTec and major retailer badmintondiscount.
The event is third of the season-long Badminton Association of England Challenger Circuit tournaments.
Match fees for international tours would no longer make them commercially viable, according to the chief executive of the Badminton Association of England, Stephen Baddeley.
Unsurprisingly under those circumstances, he was beaten, but Ghaffar has since climbed to 39th in the world rankings, an improvement which has encouraged the Badminton Association of England to offer him a tournament schedule designed to launch him towards the top 20.