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    C’WEATLH GAMES R64 – Strong Northern Irish day

    Canada upset Scottish hopes putting our Cooper and van Rietvelde in a tense extra point finish as Northern Ireland had a great day, progressing in six of seven encounters. The youngest player in the tournament...

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    C’WEATLH GAMES R64 – Never say never

    Many players are playing out of their main discipline at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, and whilst that cost India in the team tournament, for others it is paying dividends as they progress further than expected....

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    C’WEATLH GAMES Gold Team Final – Malaysian Hat-trick

    Malaysia responded strongly to their opening loss in the mixed to win the Gold Medal Final 3-1, after Chong Wei Feng fought hard to break England’s Mr Reliable. By Michael Burke, Badzine Correspondent, live from...

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    RUSSIAN OPEN Finals – Japanese dominate almost all

    142 players from 14 countries vied for a share of the US$50000 prize money at the 2014 Russian Open Grand Prix, staged in Vladivostok. Japan took four of the five titles, with local hero Vladimir Ivanov...

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    C’WEATLH GAMES Bronze Team Final – Singaporean victory crowns Indian frustration

    India was left to rue the choice to leave mixed doubles specialists at home, as again they came up short in the bronze medal final. The full five matches were required to take the overall,...

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    C’WEATLH GAMES SF – England stun India

    A rematch of Delhi’s mixed team semi final saw India take on a young England side, but this time the reverse result came as England whitewashed the Indians and guaranteed an improvement on the bronze...

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    C’WEATLH GAMES SF – XD saves Malaysia’s golden chance

    A tight match saw the mixed doubles required to seal the victory against Singapore, as Malaysia’s Chan Peng Soon / Lai Pei Jing did not stumble twice running to seal the victory and a medal...

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    C’WEATLH GAMES QF – India stutter, Scotland out

    Regulation victories were provided by Singapore and England who required only 3 games to win their respective ties, both in only two games. Both India and Malaysia had stumbles on their way to the semifinals....

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