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World Class Badminton in Leicester!

George Frith's annual World Class Badminton Exhibition will take place this year in Leicester on Sunday 26th April 09.

The following players will take part:

Nathan Robertson - Olympic Silver Medallist Athens 2004, World Champion 2006, European Mixed Doubles Champion 2006, All England Champion 2005, National Mens Doubles Champion 2009.

Jenny Wallwork - Dutch Mixed Doubles Champion, National Ladies Doubles Runner-up 2009, new exciting prospect for London 2012 and Nathan's new mixed partner.

Anthony Clark - European Mixed Doubles Champion 2008, World Mixed Doubles Silver 2006, All England Mixed Runner-up 2007, National Mens & Mixed Champion 2009.

Donna Kellogg - European Mixed Doubles Champion 2008, World Mixed Doubles Silver 2006, All England Mixed Runner-up 2007, National Ladies & Mixed Doubles Champion 2009.

George, a professional badminton coach in Leicester, has run these events since 2001 for two reasons - firstly to raise badminton's profile and public awareness to World Class badminton and secondly to raise money for charity.

The programme for the event will be as follows:

* 1pm Doors open.

* 1.15pm On Court Coaching of high level local junior players by Anthony Clark.

* 2pm Main Event - Exhibition Match: Anthony Clark & Donna Kellogg vs. Nathan Robertson & Jenny Wallwork.
(Badminton England Umpires will officiate the match)

* Question & Answer session with England Stars.

* Audience members get once in a lifetime opportunity of short game with England Stars.

* Raffle for each players autographed racket.

* Finish off with autograph opportunity (circa 4pm)

Cost of Tickets:
Adults 15; Under 18's 7.50

Anyone requiring tickets should send a letter request and cheque payable to: G. Frith along with a stamped addressed envelope by Friday 17th April to:

George Frith, 24 Taverners Road, Leicester, LE4 2HZ

Any further questions please contact George on Tel. 07796 - 593887 or e-mail: george1.frith@ntlworld.com

This Event has received Badminton England Sanction.

All proceeds to charities Help the Aged and NSPCC.