Recently two of our senior club members, Rebecca Spiteri and Diego Scalvini took part in a badminton tournament held in Sicily over the weekend 23rd-24th April. This tournament, organized by BC Catania, was held in Misterbianco – a village that is around 15 minutes away from Catania airport by car. Our players registered for two
Isaac Ellul, who attends the National School of Sport, forms part of Birkirkara Badminton Club, and is the newly crowned U17 and U15 Boys’ Singles Junior National Champion, just got back to the Maltese shores from his participation in the International Open Badminton Bolzano which was held between the 30th November and 1st December 2019.
Last week, B’Kara BC and Malta International player, Fiorella-Marie Sadowski travelled to Rome, Italy to participate in the 1st Grand Prix Sabina Cup. Fiorella participated in all 3 available events; Ladies Singles, Mixed Doubles (partnering with Riccardo Biagioli of ASV MALLES), and Ladies Doubles (with Laia Oset Moncho of CB PITIUS), and playing in no less that 11 games
On Wednesday, November 28, MEUSAC and the European Union Programmes Agency (EUPA) organised an info fair and themed workshops tied to Erasmus+ funding strands as well as the European Solidarity Corps. The event, which provided information on the funding strands, comprised of presentations followed by two workshop sessions and an info fair showcasing successful applicants’
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Earlier this week, Malta hosted the 39th edition of the World Medical & Health Games, and B’Kara Badminton Club player Kenneth Vella participated in 3 badminton categories available for him, namely Men Singles, Men Doubles & Mixed Double. On Monday Kenneth was engaged in Men Singles (MS). He went through the round robin qualification
Earlier this week, Isaac Ellul – B’Kara BC junior player and current Boys Singles Junior National Champion of both the Under 13 and Under 15 age categories – took part in the Interschool Mini Badminton Tournament. Various students from St. Michael’s College, De La Salle College and National School of Sports participated in this tournament.
(Photo: Michaela Ellul) The 47th edition of the Malta National Championships came to an end last weekend after an intensive two weekend schedule of games that gave a new style to the most important local competition in badminton. Unlike previous years, this year Badminton Malta scheduled the National Championships to this time of year to
Early this morning, an eight strong delegation headed by B’Kara Badminton Club Secretary, Karen Ferrante, and comprising six of our club players (Fiorella Sadowski, Stephen Ferrante, Nigel DeGaetano, Michaela Ellul, Isaac Ellul, and Michela Gatt), also accompanied by Rebecca Spiteri (who will be joining B’Kara BC in the upcoming days), travelled to Mals, in South