Badminton: Mixed teams
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Jersey badminton team are crushed 5-0 by England in their second pool match in the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
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Jersey drop just one game as they beat Mauritius 5-0 in their opening badminton team event match at Glasgow 2014.
Guernsey are knocked out of the badminton team event at the Commonwealth Games after losses to New Zealand and Scotland.
Scotland ease to a 5-0 win over the Seychelles in their first Group C match of the Badminton Mixed Team event.
Jersey's Mariana Agathangelou says their Commonwealth Games team is more relaxed than the England team she represented.
Kirsty Gilmour and Imogen Bankier are handed a tough draw in the women's doubles badminton at Glasgow 2014.
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India's Saina Nehwal, the defending Commonwealth women's singles badminton champion, has pulled out of Glasgow 2014.
Robert Blair plans to ignore much of the hullabaloo in Glasgow to focus on winning another Commonwealth badminton medal.
Sam and Chloe Magee are out of the mixed doubles at the US Open after losing to the top seeds in the quarter-finals.
Imogen Bankier is delighted to have three chances of a badminton medal at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Two-time defending Commonwealth Games champion Lee Chong Wei is ruled out of Glasgow 2014 with a thigh injury.
Leatherhead's Chris Langridge says winning a badminton medal at the Commonwealth Games would be a great achievement.
Scottish pairing Robert Blair and Imogen Bankier lose to China's Xu Chen and Ma Jin at the Australia Open.
Badminton will trial a new scoring system from August with a view to possibly using it at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Badminton England's plans for a £20m headquarters at the Milton Keynes Bowl are under threat, the BBC learns.
Wales badminton player Carissa Turner is optimistic of her chances of winning a medal at the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Rebekka Findlay and Caitlin Pringle will play in the badminton team event only at Glasgow's Commonwealth Games.
Women's doubles pair Carissa Turner and Sarah Thomas will spearhead Wales' badminton campaign at Glasgow 2014.