Junior Tournament

On Friday we had our last Junior coaching session of the School year and so decided to finish with a junior tournament.

We played it as a singles tournament played as a handicapped round robin with the top two players from both men’s and ladies events battling it out in a final match to 21.


The men’s final was contested by Sam Barton and Ben Gilmore, a repeat of last years final and again Ben managed to edge a win by 21-19, it was a great battle decided only by a couple of mistakes, superb play by both well done.



The Ladies final was a family affair between Ella and Niamh Jones to see who would get bragging rights! Ella eventually edged out Niamh in a very good match to take the win, again well done to both.


A final well done to all the players that competed, it made for a fun final night

Steve Griffiths

Mens A win Boulby Plate

Our Men’s A Team have also played in the ESBL Boulby Plate Final just this morning Vs Church Street. Church Street have beaten us twice this season, although with some very close games, but there was no handicap today based on the team selections. Following a valliant effort and some great play, we were victorious by 37 points (I think). Well done to the Captain, Adrian and the rest of the team Tim, Ben, Hugh, Steve R and Andrew ?????

Recent trip to Lingen

Our club has had a long a fruitful link with a badminton club in Burton’s twin town Lingen, Germany. For many years friends from Barton Badminton Club and Darme Badminton Club have met up for fun weekends and some badminton. Here are some images from the latest trip this year.



2015 Plate Competition Mixed Final

Our mixed team competed in the finals of the Plate competition on sunday 26th of April. After a great match played in the best sprit of the game against Uttoxeter B, Barton managed a win by a narrow margin of 2 points, well played everyone


I AM TEAM GB event 27th August 2016

Alan Rogers, I AM TEAM GB Event Organiser wishes to thank Barton Badminton Club for their support of the event and Steve Rose, Phil Cheung and Andy Hook for taking part on the day.

This was a major success for wheelchair badminton.

We had 4 adult wheelchair tennis players from as far afield as Oswestry and Birmingham. Along with David Dighton and assisted by 3 club members from Barton Badminton Club, Steve Rose, Andrew Hook and Phillip Cheung the event prompted this comment from Val Fisher:

We all so enjoyed the experience. Everyone so friendly & knowledgeable. Only wished you were closer. Will keep you posted of our progress . Will definitely dip into a comp .
Such a pity we live so far off your patch .

Thank you to everyone for all their help .

Best wishes Val


Thank you all, Alan

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