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Claydon and St Albans badminton teams make Center Parcs Finals

12:09 16 November 2012

The under-14 girls from St Albans and Claydon Schools

The under-14 girls from St Albans and Claydon Schools

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Claydon and St Albans School will represent Ipswich and South Suffolk at the level 3 Center Parcs Finals, at Suffolk One, at the start of next year.

The talented under-14 badminton girls competed at Ipswich Academy with St Albans emerging as the winners and Claydon the runners-up.

In the St Albans team were Evie Barker, Annabelle Bale, Teresa Chung, Amelia Claderhead, Harriet Hughes and Eleanor Manue, while Becky Godbold, Vicky Godbold, Zena Lan and Hannah Ilman represented Claydon.

A total of 11 teams and nine schools took part in the event, which was made up of two singles players and two doubles players (subs allowed for the doubles)

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