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Under 13 County Badminton Championships

Submitted by Isobel Nicolson

24th November 2001

Photograph of Under 13 County Badminton Championships

There was an entry of 51 Boys and 10 Girls from Thurso, Dunnet, Wick, Lybster Clubs. Matches were keenly contested with several close games. It was good to see all the kids mixing well and enjoying themselves in the best sporting manner.

The winners were:

Boys singles winner - Michael Steven, Dunnet - Runner Up - Steven Bremner - Thurso

Boys Doubles winner - Thomas Sutherland / Colin MIller, Wick - Runner Up - Scott Manson / E Scott, Thurso

Girls Singles winner - Amanda Sutherland, Wick - Runner Up - Kerry MacKay, Wick

Girls Doubles winners - Kimberley Doig / Louise Campbell, Thurso - Runner Up - Amanda Sutherland/Kerry MacKay, Wick

Mixed Doubles winners Thomas Sutherland / Kerry MacKay, Wick - Runner Up Colin MIller / Amanda Sutherland

The Under 15's will be held next Saturday in Thurso High Games Hall start 1.00pm

(Michael Steven and Louise Campbell are missing from the winners photo)


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