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Meath badminton action

Wednesday, 23rd January, 2013 9:30pm

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Meath badminton action
Meath badminton action

There was lots of action in the Meath Badminton League at Navan's Claremont Stadium tonight with teams from Navan, Ardee, Bailieboro and Kildalkey all involved.

The men's and ladies teams from each of the clubs had various teams on duty in the very popular local league.

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There will be photos and story in next week's edition of the Meath Chronicle and any other clubs playing in the Meath League can also submit results for inclusion before Saturday 5pm.

There are teams in Navan, Trim, Kildalkey, Skryne, KIlmessan along with other localities. Get your details in for next week's edition to sports@meathchronicle.ie

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