Singles titles go to Matthew and Morven in Caithness Badminton Association Restricted Championships

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Women’s singles finalists Morven Coghill and Chloe Mackenzie.

Matthew Robertson and Morven Coghill won the singles titles of the Caithness Badminton Association Restricted Championships held at the Wick Rec Room.

Matthew defeated Mark Mackay in the men’s singles final by a score of 21-15, 21-11. The women’s singles final ended in a 21-6, 21-4 win for Morven over Chloe Mackenzie.

Mark Mackay and Sean Campbell became the men’s doubles champions, beating Aiden Young and Matthew Robertson 16-21, 21-16, 21-19 in a closely contested final.

There was more success for Morven in the women’s doubles final, as she and Marion McCoustra edged her sisters Michelle and Tanya Cowie 21-13, 16-21, 21-11 in another close battle .

Singles finalists Matthew Robertson and Mark Mackay.
Singles finalists Matthew Robertson and Mark Mackay.

In mixed doubles, James Falconer and Eilidh Paterson triumphed 25-23, 21-19 over husband and wife Benji and Joanne Mackay.

Benji teamed with Andrew Falconer to win the men’s doubles at home plate, with Lewis Swan and Josh Sutherland as runners-up.

The mixed doubles winners on the board were Jack Harcus and Jane Grant, beating Aiden Young and Morven Coghill in the final.

There were seven entries in men’s singles and three in women’s singles. Six pairs entered in men’s doubles, five pairs in women’s doubles and nine in mixed.

Women's doubles winners Morven Coghill and Marion McCoustra.
Women’s doubles winners Morven Coghill and Marion McCoustra.
Men's doubles finalists Mark Mackay, Sean Campbell, Aiden Young and Matthew Robertson.
Men’s doubles finalists Mark Mackay, Sean Campbell, Aiden Young and Matthew Robertson.
The mixed doubles finalists were Benji and Joanne Mackay, Eilidh Paterson and James Falconer.
The mixed doubles finalists were Benji and Joanne Mackay, Eilidh Paterson and James Falconer.
Tanya and Michelle Cowie were finalists in the women's doubles.
Tanya and Michelle Cowie were finalists in the women’s doubles.


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