Competition Overview

Badminton Wales runs and sanctions Tournaments all over Wales for players of all abilities and ages.

BEC Circuit

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Welsh International Challenge – A Badminton Europe Event.

The Welsh International Badminton Championships is the showstopper in the Badminton Wales events calendar.

Part of the Badminton Europe calendar, WINT sees world tour players travel to Wales to battle for vital world ranking points in a display of some of the best badminton in the world.

National Events

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Junior Nationals

The National Championships open to all Badminton Wales Members upto the Under 19 age groups.

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Senior Nationals

The National Championships open to all Badminton Wales Members.

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Masters Nationals

The National Championships open to all Badminton Wales Members over 35.

Community Events

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Junior Series

The new junior series will take the forefront of junior competitions now across Wales. The junior series events will be mixed gender up to and including the U19 age group and include a plate format ensuring all players get fun competitive games. International competing juniors will be unable to enter the junior series and pushed to enter the graded series. A ranking system will be created and updated after each event giving each individual  a personal ranking across Wales. This ranking system can then be used to help with selections for junior events such as the Celtic challenge and the Quad. 

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Graded Series

The graded series is currently a series of 4 tournaments spread across the season which earn individuals grading points towards selection for the four nations graded international. Each individual is given a grade from E, F, G or H with E being the highest level and H being the current lowest.  

Entry fees are set at £10, £18 and £25 for one, two and three events respectively. 

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