ISIS stretch unbeaten run to take league title
Second year without a loss for badminton champions
WINNERS: Racqueteers, the winners of the Chalfont & District Badminton Association Knockout Cup; (above right) runners-up Beaconsfield
This season also saw the inaugural CADBA Medley League played, with teams of two men and two women playing a combination of mixed and levels double games.
Bohemians became inaugural champions.
As from next season,
the Knockout Cup will be renamed the John Farrington Cup in honour of the league’s former treasurer of many years who passed away earlier this year.
Racqueteers were the final winners under the trophy’s current guise after they overcame Beaconsfield in the final last week.
While Beaconsfield won five games to win in the levels, 176 points to 147, Racqueteers came through seven games to two in the mixed, 252 points to 194.
This meant that although Beaconsfield won eight games to seven, Racqueteers won by 399 points to 370 on overall points, with four of the last five mixed games effectively clinching it for them.
Meanwhile, the league is always happy to welcome new clubs and teams from the local area and, with the season running from September to April, there is still time to get involved for the next one. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.cadba.org.uk for more details.