Saturday, April 20, 2024

Senior Badminton Results: Night 3

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Results from the third night of the 2015 Barbados Badminton Association Senior National Championships at the Wildey Gymnasium. The seed is in brackets.

Men’s Singles Semi-Finals

Andre Padmore defeated Shae Martin 21-14, 21-9

Bradley Pilgrim def. Dakeil Thorpe 19-21, 24-22, 21-13                                    

Women’s Doubles Semi-Finals

Onika Moe/Tamisha Williams def. Shamika Blackman/Chaneice Gordon Walkover

Amanda Haywood/Sabrina Scott def. Shakeira Waithe/Krystal Clarke Walkover

Men’s Doubles Semi-Finals

Andrew Clarke/Kevin Wood def. Jehu Gaskin/Gavin Robinson 21-13, 21-6

Dakeil Thorpe/Bradley Pilgrim def. Sabeel Foster/Cory Fanus 26-24, 21-14

Mixed Doubles Semi-Finals

Sabeel Foster/Sabrina Scott def. Andre Padmore/Shakeira Waithe Walkover)

Kevin Wood/Tamisha Williams def. Shae Martin/Amanda Haywood 21-15, 21-12

Meanwhile, matches in tonight’s finals start at 6 p.m.

The Finalists

Women’s Singles

Tamisha Williams [1] vs Sabrina Scott

Men’s Singles

Andre Padmore [1] vs Bradley Pilgrim

Women’s Doubles

Onika Moe/Tamisha Williams vs Amanda Haywood/Sabrina Scott

Men’s Doubles

Andrew Clarke/Kevin Wood vs Dakeil Thorpe/Bradley Pilgrim [1]

Mixed Doubles

Sabeel Foster/Sabrina Scott [1] vs Kevin Wood/Tamisha Williams (PR)

 

 

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