Badminton at the 1978 Commonwealth Games

The badminton competition at the 1978 Commonwealth Games took place in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada from 3 August until 12 August 1978.[1]

Badminton
at the 1978 Commonwealth Games
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VenueUniversity of Alberta Arena
Dates03-12 August 1978
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Final ResultsEdit

Category Winners Runners-up Score
Men's singles   Prakash Padukone   Derek Talbot 15–9, 15–8
Women's singles   Sylvia Ng   Katherine Swee Phek Teh 11–5, 11–3
Men's doubles   Ray Stevens & Mike Tredgett   Moo Foot Lian & Ong Teong Boon 15-10, 15–5
Women's doubles   Nora Perry & Anne Statt   Claire Backhouse & Jane Youngberg 10-15, 15–2, 15–12
Mixed doubles   Mike Tredgett & Nora Perry   Billy Gilliland & Joanna Flockhart 15-7, 15-7
Mixed team   England   Canada 4-1

ResultsEdit

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Men's SinglesEdit

Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
  Prakash Padukone 15 15
  Moo Foot Lian 3 6   Padukone 15 15
  Richard Purser 15 15   Purser 1 8
  Keith Priestman 13 4   Padukone 15 15
  Ray Stevens 15 18   Stevens 0 7
  Lucio Fabris 5 14   Stevens 15 15
  Syed Modi 15 15   Modi 5 12
  James Selvaraj 7 9   Padukone 15 15
  Derek Talbot 15 15   Talbot 9 8
  William Thompson 5 2   Talbot 18 3 15
  Partho Ganguli 15 15   Ganguli 13 15 10
  Abu Bakar Sufian 6 10   Talbot 15 13 15 Third place
  Saw Swee Leong 17 15   Leong 5 15 8
  Uday Pawar 16 6   Leong 15 15   Stevens 15 15
  Ross Livingston 18 15   Livingston 7 2   Leong 4 11
  Kevin Jolly 16 11

Women's SinglesEdit

Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
  Sylvia Ng 11 11
  Audrey Swaby 2 4   Ng 11 11
  Nora Perry 11 11   Perry 0 8
  Johanne Falardeau 1 6   Ng 11 11
  Jane Webster 11 11   Webster 8 2
  Susan Daly 7 8   Webster 11 11
  Jane Youngberg 12 11   Youngberg 9 3
  Kanwal Thakur Singh 10 5   Ng 11 11
  Katherine Swee Phek Teh 11 1 11   Phek Teh 5 3
  Pamela Hamilton 1 11 2   Phek Teh 11 11
  Karen Bridge 11 11   Bridge 6 8
  Alison Branfield 3 3   Phek Teh 11 9 11 Third place
  Wendy Clarkson 11 11   Clarkson 7 12 9
  Anne Johnstone 2 3   Clarkson 11 11   Clarkson 11 11
  Barbara Beckett 11 11   Beckett 5 1   Webster 1 3
  Mary Livingston 7 6

Men's DoublesEdit

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
               
    Ray Stevens
  Mike Tredgett
15 15
    Peter Cooper
  Paul Kong
7 6
  Stevens
  Tredgett
15 15
  Purser
  Purser
5 8
    Bryan Purser
  Richard Purser
15 15
    Abu Bakar Sufian
  James Selvaraj
9 8
  Stevens
  Tredgett
15 15
  Lian
  Teong
10 5
    Moo Foot Lian
  Ong Teong Boon
17 12 15
    Prakash Padukone
  Uday Pawar
16 15 8
  Lian
  Teong
15 11 15 Bronze medal
  Talbot
  Jolly
5 15 2
    Derek Talbot
  Kevin Jolly
15 5 15   Purser
  Purser
15 11 15
    Keith Priestman
  Greg Carter
9 15 12   Talbot
  Jolly
10 15 1

Women's DoublesEdit

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
               
    Nora Perry
  Anne Statt
15 15
    Anne Johnstone
  Pamela Hamilton
2 9
  Perry
  Statt
15 15
  Ghia
  Singh
5 4
    Ami Ghia
  Kanwal Thakur Singh
15 13 15
    Sylvia Ng
  Katherine Swee Phek Teh
6 18 8
  Perry
  Statt
10 15 15
  Backhouse
  Youngberg
15 5 12
    Claire Backhouse
  Jane Youngberg
17 15
    Barbara Beckett
  Dorothy Cunningham
14 10
  Backhouse
  Youngberg
15 17 Bronze medal
  Sutton
  Webster
7 16
    Barbara Sutton
  Jane Webster
15 15   Ghia
  Singh
15 9 15
    Christine Stewart
  Joanna Flockhart
8 3   Sutton
  Webster
7 15 5

Mixed DoublesEdit

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
               
    Mike Tredgett
  Nora Perry
17 15
    Fraser Gow
  Christine Stewart
15 11
  Tredgett
  Perry
15 15
  Purser
  Branfield
5 2
    Richard Purser
  Alison Branfield
15 15
    Greg Carter
  Wendy Clarkson
7 12
  Tredgett
  Perry
15 15
  Gilliland
  Flockhart
7 7
    Billy Gilliland
  Joanna Flockhart
15 15
    Kevin Jolly
  Karen Bridge
10 4
  Gilliland
  Flockhart
15 15 Bronze medal
  Talbot
  Sutton
4 5
    Derek Talbot
  Barbara Sutton
15 17   Talbot
  Sutton
15 15
    Peter Cooper
  Joan Jones
13 16   Purser
  Branfield
9 9

Mixed TeamEdit

Semi FinalsEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  England   Malaysia 4-1
  Canada   New Zealand 4-1

Bronze Medal Play offEdit

FinalEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Results". Commonwealth Games Federation. Archived from the original on 2013-02-15. Retrieved 2016-01-14.
  2. ^ "Times Archives". Oxfordshire Libraries.