Siofra Flynn travelled to the U15 English Gold star in Nottingham and took bronze in the doubles along with her partner Grace Sachdeva from England.
Sophia Noble, Vincent Pontanosa and Matthew Cheung travelled to the U17 Gold Star event in Leigh. Sophia Noble took gold in the singles and bronze in the mixed with Matthew Cheung. Matthew Cheung also brought home two medals at the event, bronze with Sophia in mixed and he followed this up with a silver in the men’s doubles with Vincent Pontanosa.
Nicole Joy travelled to Cheltenham for the U13 English Gold event where she won the singles and took silver in the doubles along with Mia Fox from England.
Siofra Flynn, Dylan Noble and Paige Woods travelled to the U15 English Gold event in Milton Keynes. Dylan Noble took silver in the singles gold event and bronze in the mixed with partner Paige Woods. Siofra Flynn also came away with bronze in the mixed along with her partner Ed Davey from England.
Nicole Joy and Andrew Hassett travelled to the U13 English Gold star and Gold event in Hertforshire. Nicole took bronze in the gold star singles and doubles, and Andrew took bronze in the gold singles event.
“It is great to see our young players competing so well internationally. The Badminton Ireland talent group players and academy players commit to up to five sessions during the week while balancing out their school commitments. It is an invaluable experience for these players to compete against players outside of Ireland. We look forward to following their progress in upcoming events during the 2019-2020 season”
Badminton Ireland HP Director Daniel Magee