It is the largest and highest-quality under-19 competition on the Badminton Association of England calendar with 90 players from five countries competing in singles, doubles and mixed events.
What does BAofE stand for?
BAofE stands for Badminton Association of England
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Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, visited the NIA in his capacity as the patron of the Badminton Association of England.
The 49-year-old is the third key figure leaving the Badminton Association of England since November, following the departures of chief executive Stephen Baddeley and singles coach Steve Butler.
Saying he was honoured by the nomination Dave, 48, explained that it all started when he and fellow coach, Roger Cook, attended a seminar held by the Badminton Association of England.
But yesterday the Badminton Association of England reaffirmed its determination to stage the world championships at the National Indoor Arena from May 12-18.
London-born Muggeridge, 33, who famously poured a can of coke over former England player and manager Baddeley - now chief executive of the Badminton Association of England - switched her allegiance to Wales.
Former Northumber- land county champion Caroline Smith retained her women's singles title at the annual North East Championships, part of the Badminton Association of England Challenger Circuit.
Badminton Association of England performance director Finn Traerup-Hansen said: 'We are so fortunate to have four world-class men's doubles players and we are making these changes in a bid to get the best possible results in Anaheim next year.