Badminton at the 1986 Commonwealth Games

The badminton competition at the 1986 Commonwealth Games took place at the Meadowbank Sports Centre in Edinburgh, Scotland from 24 July until 2 August 1986.[1]

Badminton
at the 1986 Commonwealth Games
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VenueEdinburgh
Dates24 July - 2 August 1986
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Final ResultsEdit

Category Gold Silver Score Bronze
Men's singles   Steve Baddeley   Sze Yu 15–8, 15–8   Nick Yates
Women's singles   Helen Troke   Fiona Elliott 11–4, 11–4   Gillian Clark
Men's doubles   Billy Gilliland & Dan Travers   Andy Goode & Nigel Tier 15-8, 15-5   Kerrin Harrison & Glenn Stewart
Women's doubles   Gillian Clark & Gillian Gowers   Denyse Julien & Johanne Falardeau 15–6, 15–7   Helen Troke & Fiona Elliott
Mixed doubles   Michael Scandolera & Audrey Tuckey   Andy Goode & Fiona Elliott 15-7, 15-5   Billy Gilliland & Christine Heatly
Mixed team   England   Canada 5-0   Australia

ResultsEdit

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Men's SinglesEdit

Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
  Steve Baddeley 15 15
  Darren McDonald 4 8   Baddeley 15 15
  Graeme Robson 15 15   Robson 5 9
  Liam McKenna 3 4   Baddeley 15 15
  Alexander White 15 15   White 10 4
  Yeung Yik Kei 6 2   White 15 15
  Mike Butler 15 15   Butler 2 6
  Kerrin Harrison 5 8   Baddeley 15 15
  Sze Yu 15 15   Sze Yu 8 8
  Glenn Stewart 8 1   Sze Yu 15 15
  Kenny Middlemiss 15 15   Middlemass 4 0
  John Goss 5 9   Sze Yu 15 15 Third place
  Nick Yates 15 15   Yates 6 9
  Lai Hung 1 2   Yates 15 15   Yates 15 15
  Phil Horne w/o   Horne 2 2   White 9 10
  Michael Scandolera scr

Women's SinglesEdit

Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
  Helen Troke 11 11
  Katrin Lockey 4 1   Troke 11 11
  Linda Cloutier 11 11   Cloutier 2 0
  Tracey Small 2 9   Troke 11 11
  Gillian Clark 11 11   Clark 8 2
  Rhonda Cator 3 4   Clark 12 11
  Claire Sharpe 11 4 11   Sharpe 11 6
  Amy Chan 8 11 8   Troke 11 11
  Fiona Elliott 11 11   Elliott 4 4
  Sandra Skillings 0 4   Elliott 11 11
  Lesley Roberts 11 11   Roberts 2 1
  Bridget Hunt 2 6   Elliott 11 11 Third place
  Denyse Julien 11 11   Julien 6 0
  Elinor Allen 3 5   Julien 12 11   Clark 11 11
  Gillian Gowers 11 11   Gowers 10 6   Julien 3 3
  Toni Whittaker 2 8

Men's DoublesEdit

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
               
    Billy Gilliland
  Dan Travers
15 15
    Mike Butler
  Ken Poole
3 3
  Gilliland
  Travers
15 15
  Scandolera
  Kong
12 11
    Michael Scandolera
  Paul Kong
18 15
    Lyndon Williams
  Chris Rees
13 12
  Gilliland
  Travers
15 15
  Goode
  Tier
8 5
    Andy Goode
  Nigel Tier
13 15 15
    Darren McDonald
  Gordon Lang
15 8 10
  Goode
  Tier
15 15 Bronze medal
  Harrison
  Stewart
9 5
    Kerrin Harrison
  Glenn Stewart
12 15 18   Harrison
  Stewart
15 15
    Mike De Belle
  Mike Bitten
15 10 13   Scandolera
  Kong
12 11

Women's DoublesEdit

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
               
    Gillian Clark
  Gillian Gowers
15 15
    Tracey Small
  Karen Jupp
2 1
  Clark
  Gowers
15 15
  Sharpe
  Cloutier
10 6
    Claire Sharpe
  Linda Cloutier
15 15
    Barbara Beckett
  Holly Lane
9 1
  Clark
  Gowers
15 15
  Julien
  Falardeau
6 7
    Denyse Julien
  Johanne Falardeau
18 15
    Rhonda Cator
  Audrey Tuckey
13 11
  Julien
  Falardeau
15 15 Bronze medal
  Troke
  Elliott
11 2
    Helen Troke
  Fiona Elliott
15 15   Troke
  Elliott
15 15
    Toni Whittaker
  Katrin Lockey
12 5   Sharpe
  Cloutier
8 11

Mixed DoublesEdit

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
               
    Michael Scandolera
  Audrey Tuckey
15 17
    Nigel Tier
  Gillian Gowers
7 15
  Scandolera
  Tuckey
15 12 15
  Poole
  Cloutier
12 15 2
    Ken Poole
  Linda Cloutier
6 15 15
    Richard Outterside
  Gillian Clark
15 6 7
  Scandolera
  Tuckey
15 15
  Goode
  Elliott
7 5
    Andy Goode
  Fiona Elliott
15 15
    Iain Pringle
  Jenny Allen
10 0
  Goode
  Elliott
15 18 Bronze medal
  Gilliland
  Heatly
14 15
    Billy Gilliland
  Christine Heatly
15 15   Gilliland
  Heatly
15 17
    Glenn Stewart
  Karen Phillips
5 3   Poole
  Cloutier
12 14

Mixed TeamEdit

Semi FinalsEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  England   Scotland 4-1
  Canada   Australia 5-0

Bronze Medal Play offEdit

FinalEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Results". Commonwealth Games Federation. Archived from the original on 15 February 2013. Retrieved 21 January 2016.
  2. ^ "Times Archives". Oxfordshire Libraries.