Another badminton season has come to an end, and what a successful one has been for our club!! Birkirkara players won the majority of honours in the competitions organised by Badminton Malta during the season 2012-13 just ended. In particular, our players nearly swept all the major honours. Team’s League In the Team’s League, Birkirkara’s
With the runner-up position secured Badders’ captain Aldo Polidano opted to give some experienceto those players who played least throughout the season in this last match of the season. In the Mixed Doubles Badders’ Aldo Polidano/Marica Micallef were too strong for George Camilleri/Grace Saliba who were beaten 21-16, 21-13. Arif Rochman put Badders 2-0 ahead
In their last match of the season newly-crowned champions Birkirkara Greenwich ended their commitments with full points marking their all-round superiority. This is a credit to the players forming the team – namely captain Stephen Ferrante, Stefan Salomone, Samuel Cali, Fiorella Marie Sadowski, Katerina Vella Ryabkova and Olga Fedoktina – mainly for their hard work
Birkirkara Badders have defeated Paola Feathers to make sure of the runner-up position whatever happens in the remaining matches. This win enables Badders to finish second to the other Birkirkara team – Greenwich – thus making it a top-two placing for our club. However it turned out to be a hard match for Badders. With
After ending the regular matches in joint first position at the top of the table, Matthew Galea (Birkirkara BC) and Mark Abela (Paola BC) had to battle each other once again to decide which player will come out the winner of Division 5. The decider turned out to be another pulsating match where the two
With their derby win over Badders, Greenwich made sure of winning the 2013 Team Championship, thus retaining the title which our club has won for the last 3 years. With this defeat Badders can only hope of finishing runners-up. They only need a point to make sure of making it a 1-2 placing for Birkirkara.
The match between Paola Racquets and Birkirkara Badders was a very exciting and balanced one. Playing without the injured Maria Borg Birkirkara Badders produced one of their best performances to consolidate their runner-up position. Badders drew first blood when they won the Mixed Doubles. Aldo Polidano/Klara O’Berg beat Paola’s Owen Grech/Anna Galea in three sets.