1948 All England Badminton Championships

The 1948 All England Championships was a badminton tournament held at the Harringay Arena, London, England, from 3–6 March 1948.[1]

1948 All England Championships
Tournament details
Dates3 March 1948 (1948-03-03)
6 March 1948 (1948-03-06)
Edition38th
VenueHarringay Arena
LocationLondon
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Final resultsEdit

Category Winners Runners-up Score
Men's singles   Jørn Skaarup   Poul Holm 15–3, 15–13
Women's singles   Kirsten Thorndahl   Tonny Ahm 11–7, 11–0
Men's doubles   Preben Dabelsteen & Børge Frederiksen   Conny Jepsen & Nils Jonson 15-8, 16-18, 18-17
Women's doubles   Tonny Ahm & Kirsten Thorndahl   Betty Uber & Queenie Allen 15–6, 12-15, 15–2
Mixed doubles   Jørn Skaarup & Kirsten Thorndahl   Conny Jepsen &   Aase Svendsen 15-10, 15-2

Tonny Olsen married and changed her name to Tonny Ahm.

Men's singlesEdit

Second Round Quarter Finals Semi Finals Final
                    
  Jørn Skaarup 15 15
  Warwick Shute 9 0
  Skaarup 15 17
  Wingfield 5 14
  Tom Wingfield 15 15
  T Kennedy 5 1
  Skaaarup 15 15
  Jepsen 10 7
  Conny Jepsen 15 15
  Preben Dabelsteen 7 9
  Jepsen 15 15
  Marsland 5 4
  Harold Marsland 15 15
  L E Ward 7 9
  Skaarup 15 15
  Holm 3 13
  Poul Holm 15 15
  Peter Birtwhistle 4 7
  Holm 5 15 15
  Jonson 15 5 4
  Nils Jonson 15 15
  N L Williams 9 12
  Holm 14 15 15
  Frederiksen 18 10 4
  Børge Frederiksen 15 15
  Frank Peard 9 4
  Frederiksen 15 15
  Radford 7 10
  Noel Radford 9 15 15
  Jørgen Hammergaard Hansen 15 11 5

Women's singlesEdit

Second Round Quarter Finals Semi Finals Final
                    
  Kirsten Thorndahl 11 11
  A Y Richardson 5 0
  Thorndahl 11 11
  Windsor-Aubrey 0 3
  Evelyn Windsor-Aubrey 11 11
  Audrey Stone 4 9
  Thorndahl 11 11
  Ussing 7 3
  Marie Ussing 11 11
  M J Barnett 3 7
  Ussing 11 11
  Allen 1 5
  Queenie Allen 11 11
  Madge Alcorn 0 7
  Thorndahl 11 11
  Ahm 7 0
  Tonny Ahm 11 11
  Audrey Blathwayt 1 4
  Ahm 7 11 3
  Friis 11 6 10 ret
  Agnete Friis 11 11
  P Askew 0 0
  Ahm 11 3 12
  Svendsen 8 11 9
  Aase Svendsen 11 11
  Betty Uber 0 0
  Svendsen 11 11
  Henderson 6 2
  K N Henderson 4 12 11
  Nancy Horner 11 10 1

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "The Times & the Sunday Times". Archived from the original on 18 January 2017. Retrieved 10 September 2012.