Badminton Taster Sessions with a Regional Disability Coach for Secondary Age Pupils

This is an opportunity for anyone with a physical disability, including wheelchair users, to try their hand at badminton in one of the two regional training days.

The training days will lead to a selection of a minimum of 4 players to attend the Junior National Championship in Sheffield on the 17th June.

Badminton England have recently announced the launch of the Disability Junior National Championships which will take place this summer.

The Championships will raise the profile of badminton amongst secondary age pupils with a physical disability.

Delivered with the support of the GB Para Badminton squad and coaches, this national competition structure will engage new disabled players to provide them with their first introduction to disability competition and ultimately increase disability participation. This is part of Badminton England’s Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Strategy, which includes increasing disability provision.

To express an interest in getting involved in these training sessions and represent their region, players can complete their relevant regional form here Disability Junior National Championships | Badminton England

Rich Morris, Head Coach of GB Para Badminton, said: “This is an idea we have to increase participation and bring the juniors of the Para badminton world together in a format where you can represent your region and go head-to-head against the rest of the country.”

For more information, please visit Disability Junior National Championships | Badminton England

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