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.
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.
Another year has almost come to an end, and the Club’s Committee would like to congratulate all our juniors players who in the past edition of the Junior Nationals have succeeded in winning and in developing furthermore their badminton game. We start off by congratulating all our club participants who didn’t manage to win in
During the month of August, our junior players, together with their coaches (some of which accompanied by relatives), attended a training camp in Kilmarnock, Scotland, as organized by Badminton Malta’s Junior National Academy. This training camp was in collaboration with Hurlford Badminton Club. During this one week camp, our players, namely Yanika Polidano, Daniella Galea,
Play resumed in the Junior Mixed Team League with our juniors facing Paola Bloom. Although faccing a team replete with players of national and international experience, and also favourites for the title, Birkirkara Junior Academy obtained an encouraging result, just losing 3-2. In the Mixed Doubles, despite all their efforts, Luigi Grech/Sarah Debono were no
On the first day of the Junior Team League, introduced for the first time by Badminton Malta, Birkirkara Junior Academy players (ages ranging between 13 and 16) won their match against Badminton Malta Academy 5-0. Our youngsters showed determination and fine play and emerged worthy winners. This thanks to the hard training and work being
When the National Junior Championships were held this month there was a marked improvement on participation and results from the club’s juniors. The fact that more juniors from our nursery took part this year is a good sign, although we wish to see more juniors participating. Also, compared to last year, positive results were obtained