Wednesday 27 October 2021
We are continuing to provide you with the new Teicnic Badminton White videos. Today we're looking at an alternate keep-ups exercise...
This exercise involves the player making continuous keep-ups with a shuttle using a v-grip on the forehand side and thumb grip on the backhand side making changes as needed. The player should try to make small movements and keep in a lunge position with racket foot in front. The player will also use their non-racket arm for balance.
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Friday 22 October 2021
Sport Ireland have today released further guidelines relating to the recent government announcement on the easing of restrictions.
The main changes in these updated guidelines relate to:
- Multiple Pods allowed with protective measures in place (previously there was a limit of 50 people)
- Need for all spectators at events to have an allocated seat, and must produce a Vaccine Certificate or Recovery Certificate on entry to th venue.
Please see the updated guidelines in the link provided here.
Should you have any further queries relating to returning to play, please do not hesitate to contact Badminton Ireland through the Covid-19 Query Form.
Wednesday 20 October 2021
The deadline for this fund has been extended to Friday the 12th of November at 5pm.
Badminton Ireland are delighted to announce the 2nd Round of the Resilience Fund Club Grant Scheme which all Badminton Ireland ROI affiliated clubs can apply for to assist them with the financial impact that the Co-Vid 19 pandemic has had on their club activities.
This Grant Scheme is available as a result of the announcement from Government that up to €15 million would be made available to support clubs nationwide. Moreover, Sport Ireland recently confirmed that Badminton Ireland would be allocated funds to deliver and administer a 2nd Round of the Resilience Fund Club Grant Scheme through the National Governing Body. We thank both the Government and Sport Ireland for their support during this challenging time for our sport.
Clubs may now apply for this grant if they have recevied funding from their Local Sports Partnership.
The conditions are as follows:
- Money received from LSP and money being applied for through BI must not exceed €1,500
- Clubs will need to provide confirmation of what funding was received from LSP and for what equipment
- Clubs must not apply for the same equipment as LSP application
Applications are to be submitted by all clubs via the following Microsoft Forms link: Badminton Ireland Resilience Fund Club Grant Scheme Application Form
Any supporting documentation to submit alongside your application should be sent to Sarah O'Donoghue on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline for submissions is on Friday November 12th at 5pm.
Please visit our webpage for the application form and more information, Resilience Fund Club Grant Scheme
Furthermore, the webinar hosted for the first round of this funding stream is available on the Badminton Ireland YouTube. We would recommend clubs watch the webinar in order to better understand the process for this funding. *Ignore deadlines in the video or dates associated with it, please see image below of new dates and deadlines.
*Please be aware that the Resilience Funding Grant Scheme through Sport Ireland is only available to affiliated clubs in ROI.
If you have any queries, please don't hesitate to contact Sarah O'Donoghue on email@example.com
Sunday 17 October 2021
We are continuing to provide you with the new Teicnic Badminton White videos. Today we're looking at a back hand keep-ups exercise...
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Friday 15 October 2021
The Irish team selected to compete in the 2021 Portuguese Junior International event is as follows......
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