Suffolk Saxons were left to reflect on a highly successful first season in the AJ Bell National Badminton league despite being beaten by a classy University of Nottingham outfit at the Ipswich Corn Exchange last night.
Suffolk Saxons came up agonisingly short in their attempt to record a fourth successive AJ Bell National Badminton League victory last night, but played their part in one of the matches of the season. The 3-2 victory went the way of the home side, Team Derby, but in truth the Saxons, sponsored by the University of Suffolk, came away with a great deal of honour and pride.
A third consecutive win in the AJ Bell National Badminton League has spiralled Suffolk Saxons, at least for now, to the top spot, after an extraordinary evening of elite sporting drama at the Ipswich Corn Exchange. A 3-2 match night victory over fellow league newcomers Bristol Jets sent a packed Corn Exchange crowd home exhausted but enthralled by another nerve wrangling evening of high quality badminton, courtesy of a Saxons team who are rewriting the script for this year’s standings.
Suffolk Saxons added another scalp to their impressive AJ Bell National Badminton League campaign with a magnificent victory at Loughborough University last night. The matchnight 3 fixture has already been heralded as the best ever match the league has staged, as spectators left the arena exhilarated and exhausted, as the Saxons team ramped up the excitement with a 3-2 victory, literally snatching victory from the jaws of defeat.
A packed Corn Exchange audience in Ipswich last night witnessed what must have been one of the most dramatic sporting events in years in Suffolk, as the Suffolk Saxons came to town, and conquered the highly fancied Surrey Smashers on their first AJ Bell National Badminton League home fixture.
Clark rolls back the years In the Lions den, … but cannot prevent matchday 1 defeat for the Saxons Suffolk Saxons inaugural fixture in the AJ Bell National Badminton League began in the Great Hall at the University of Birmingham last night with a thrilling fixture against the reigning champions, Birmingham Lions. A 4-1 scoreline didn’t reflect the full story of an exciting start to the 2016/17 NBL season.