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Badminton Championships hits off at the weekend

Badminton Championships hits off at the weekend

The annual National Badminton Championships organised by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports will be held at the badminton hall of the National Sports Complex from October 27-31.

According to organisers, 151 men and 16 women hailing from 12 clubs and associations from across the Kingdom have signed up to participate at this year’s event.

The men’s individual and doubles competitions will be split into two divisions - A1 for seniors and A2 for U16s and U19s.

The women’s events carry no age divisions and there will also be a class for veterans of over 40 years old.

The final day of competition will be screened live by Bayon TV.

Translated by Ung Chamroeun


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