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Badminton: Redbridge Performance Centre members continue to pile up medals

PUBLISHED: 14:00 14 March 2018

The latest news from the local badminton scene (pic: Simon Cooper/PA)

The latest news from the local badminton scene (pic: Simon Cooper/PA)

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The latest news from the Redbridge Performance Centre club

Redbridge Performance Centre players continue to win medals as the season draws to an end.

At the Suffolk Under-15 Bronze event, Akshat Bajaj performed well to come away with a bronze in the boys’ doubles.

Rhea Ramakrishnan, not to be outdone, collected a bronze medal in the girls’ doubles.

At the Essex Under-17 Bronze competition, Joshua Last won the boys’ singles gold medal on home courts.

After a couple of close games, Last gained the success that was a fine reward for his recent efforts.

Liam Purton added to his impressive medal tally, claiming bronze medals in both the boys’ doubles and mixed doubles at the Milton Keynes Under-15 Gold tournament.

Esher Bahara paired up with Ben Calder and won silver at the Middlesex Under-19 Bronze event.

Redbridge coach Rosie Allen picked up silver in the women’s doubles and bronze in the women’s singles at the DBA Senior Silver event.


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