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1909 All England Badminton Championships

 

1909 All England Badminton Championships

1909 All England Badminton Championships
Sport Badminton
Founded 1899
Country  United Kingdom
Official website

All England Championships

< 1908 / 1910 >

The 1909 All England Championships was a badminton tournament held at the London Rifle Brigade Drill Hall, London, England from March 3 to March 6, 1909.[1]

Men's Singles

There was only one first round match between G T Crombie & S Ziffo in which Crombie received a walkover.

Results

  Second Round Quarter Finals Semi Finals Final
                                                     
    Frank Chesterton 15 15  
    H J H Inglis 6 0  
      Chesterton 15 15  
 
      Andrews 3 11  
    A W Andrews 15 15
    G T Crombie 3 3  
      Chesterton 15 15  
      Sautter 10 8  
    Guy Sautter 15 15    
    J H Coutts 11 11    
      Sautter 15 15
 
      Crombie 11 5  
    J Crombie 15 15  
    J D Orr 9 7    
      Chesterton 15 8 15
      Marrett 8 15 10
    Sir George Thomas 15 15    
    W B Bayne 2 1    
      Thomas 15 15
 
      Hawthorn 8 9  
    Ernest Hawthorn 15 15 15
    E Young 18 9 6  
      Thomas 8 5
      Marrett 15 15  
    J H Colin Prior 15 15  
    T L Adam 7 8  
      Prior
 
      Marrett 15 15  
    Dr Henry N Marrett 15 15
    Major Fanshawe 6 3  

References

  1. ^ http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/archive/
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