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1922 All England Badminton Championships

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1922 All England Badminton Championships

1922 All England Badminton Championships
Sport Badminton
Founded 1899
Country  United Kingdom
Official website

All England Championships

< 1921 / 1923 >

The 1922 All England Championships was a badminton tournament held at the Royal Horticultural Hall, Wesminster, England from March 7th to March 12th, 1922.[1]

Men's Singles

  First Round Quarter Finals Semi Finals Final
    Sir George Thomas w/o  
    F C W Lagden  
      Thomas 15 15  
      Martin 8 2  
    H R C Martin 15 18
    W T Henderson 6 16  
      Thomas 15 15  
      Sautter 3 12  
    Guy Sautter 15 15  
    E R Butcher 6 7  
      Sautter 15 15
      Swinden 8 11  
    W M Swinden 7 15 15
    J W Millar 15 9 2  
      Thomas 15 15
      Hodge 14 5
    Frank Hodge 15 15  
    Ernest Hawthorn 2 3  
      Hodge 15 15
      Prior 8 9  
    J H Colin Prior 15 15
    H A G Gardner 5 8  
      Hodge 15 15
      Jones 7 7  
    A J Jones 15 15  
    P V Dupre 6 6  
      Jones 15 15
      Greville 5 8  
    G Greville 15 15
    F de L Carey 11 5  


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