Badminton: Clevedon Feathers juniors impress

PUBLISHED: 09:00 10 April 2019

Clevedon Feathers under-16s

Clevedon Feathers under-16s


Clevedon Feathers juniors produced good displays in their latest fixtures as the season draws to a close.

Clevedon Feathers under-12sClevedon Feathers under-12s

The under-16s ended their campaign with a 5-5 draw against St Ursula’s as four games went to three ends, with the team made up of Matthew Trump, player of the match Emily Sparks, Katherine Southern and Izzy Body.

Meanwhile, their young under-12 squad – ranging from six to 11 years – won 16-14 after losing their earlier clash 30-6.

Six-year-old Billy Wall – the youngest club player in North Somerset – won four games in convincing fashion, while Georgia Powers took the player of the match award with seven superb wins.

Clevedon’s under-14s and under-18 teams play their last matches of the season away at Chew Valley on Sunday.

Nicola Wall said: “Myself and head coach Olly Powers are so proud of all our players this season.”

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