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Cambridgeshire Bronze 13 July 2019


In a fantastic festival of badminton, on Saturday 13th July Cambridgeshire Badminton Association hosted a Bronze tournament on the Badminton England National Circuit at the University of Cambridge Sports Center.

With a huge entry of 166 players from around the Country, the tournament was highly competitive.

Starting preparations at 8am, and going all the way through to the last match of the day - the men’s doubles final - just after 11pm, it was a long and exhausting day. By the end, 175 competitive matches had been played.

Photographs of the finalists are available in the Gallery, and they were:

Mens Singles

Winner: Syed Masood

Runner up: Thomas Macrae

Womens Singles

Winner: Holly Smith

Runner up: Kacy Chou

Mens Doubles

Winners: Zhi Lun Ng & Abid Sultan

Runners up: Paul Andrew Mayfield & Phil Sunderland

Womens doubles

Winners: Alicia Chu & Yoongeun Kwon

Runners up: Jenny Crump & Natalie Taylor

Mixed doubles

Winners: Zhi Lun Ng & Annabel Hong

Runners up: Phil Sunderland & Suzanne Brewer

For full results see Tournament Software.

Many congratulations and thanks, especially to Cambs’ Tournament Secretary Neil Place who put in so much effort in setting up and administering the tournament before the day, and so professionally managing the event on the day itself. Also great thanks go to the rest of the team who helped keep things running so smoothly on the day: Louise Place, Natalie Taylor and James Wilson.