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1950 All England Badminton Championships

1950 All England Championships
Tournament details
Dates 1 March 1950 (1950-03-01)
4 March 1950 (1950-03-04)
Edition 40th
Venue Empress Hall, Earls Court
Location London
← < 1949 1951 > →

The 1950 All England Championships was a badminton tournament held at the Empress Hall, Earls Court, London, England from 1–4 March 1950.[1]

Final results

Category Winners Runners-up Score
Men's singles Wong Peng Soon Poul Holm 15–7, 15-10
Women's singles Tonny Ahm Aase Schiott-Jacobsen 11–4, 11–6
Men's doubles Jorn Skaarup & Preben Dabelsteen Poul Holm & Borge Frederiksen 9–15, 15–2, 15–12
Women's doubles Tonny Ahm & Kirsten Thorndahl Queenie Allen & Betty Uber 16–17, 15–5, 15-8
Mixed doubles Poul Holm & Tonny Ahm Jorn Skaarup & Birgit Rostgaard-Frohen 15–3, 15–4

Men's Singles

Section 1

Round of 32   Round of 16   Quarter Finals   Semi Finals
  Poul Holm+ 15 15  
  A L Salway 3 1       Holm 15 15  
  Harold Marsland 15 15     Marsland 6 12  
  Siow Watt Soon 4 1         Holm 15 15  
  Inge Blomberg+ 15 15         Blomberg 8 11  
  T H Brown 2 3       Blomberg 15 15
  J A Broadhurst w/o     Broadhurst 3 2  
  V Chander         Holm 18 15
  Eddy Choong+ 15 15         Jensen 14 13
  Tom Wingfield 2 5       Choong E 15 15  
  W C Regan 15 15     Regan 1 4  
  E D T Vane 5 7         Choong E 15 6 9
  Ole Jensen+ 15 15         Jensen 12 15 15  
  Arve Lossman 9 7       Jensen 15 15
  John Nygaard 15 15 15     Nygaard 6 2  
  R Radford 4 18 10  

Section 2

Round of 32   Round of 16   Quarter Finals   Semi Finals
  Jorgen Hammergaard-Hansen 15 15  
  James Mackay 6 4       H-Hansen 15 15  
  Olle Wahlberg 15 15     Wahlberg 10 8  
  R Mulvaney 8 5         H-Hansen 8 12  
  Knut Malmgren 15 15         Skaarup 15 15  
  L T Lee 6 8       Malmgren 2 6
  Jorn Skaarup+ 15 8 8     Skaarup 15 15  
  Preben Dablelsteen 8 15 0r         Skaarup 11 15 11
  Ingemaar Eliasson 15 15         Peng Soon 15 12 15
  J D Robertson 9 6       Eliasson 10 12  
  Nils Jonson 15 15     Jonson 15 15  
  Trilok Nath Seth 7 5         Jonson 6 5
  Borge Frederiksen 15 15           Peng Soon 15 15  
  Warwick Shute 7 5       Frederiksen 3 8
  Wong Peng Soon+ 15 15     Peng Soon 15 15  
  J H Kellett 3 1  

Women's Singles

Section 1

First Round   Second Round   Quarter Finals   Semi Finals
    Tonny Ahm+ bye  
            Ahm 11 11  
    Queenie Allen bye       Allen 4 0  
              Ahm 11 11  
    Birgit Rostgaard Frohne bye           Frohne 3 2  
            Frohne 11 11
    K M Henderson bye       Henderson 4 5  
              Ahm 11 11 11
    Kirsten Thorndahl+ bye           Thorndahl 5 12 4
            Thorndahl 11 11  
    Audrey Stone bye       Stone 1 1  
              Thorndahl 11 11
    F M Henderson bye           Henderson 0 1  
            Henderson 1 11 11
    Audrey Blathwayt 11 11       Blathwayt 11 3 7  
    V E Duringer 8 0  

Section 2

First Round   Second Round   Quarter Finals   Semi Finals
    Aase Schiott-Jacobsen+ bye  
            Jacobsen 11 11  
    C M Robinson bye       Robinson 1 8  
              Jacobsen 11 11  
    Nancy Horner bye           Horner 2 6  
            Horner 11 11
    Elizabeth O'Beime bye       O'Beime 7 4  
              Jacobsen 11 11
    N M Fleming w/o           Fleming 3 3
    L Platt         Fleming 12 4 11  
    Betty Uber bye       Uber 11 11 7  
              Fleming 12 11
    M J Barnett bye           Barnett 10 8  
            Barnett w/o
    Aase Svendsen bye       Svendsen  
     

References

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