23rd June 2006 at 01:00
Kinloss Primary came out top of more than 150 schools to win the Sportshall Challenge in Perth. Our Lady of Rosary Primary in Glasgow and St Leonard's Primary in Fife were the runners-up.

The event was the climax of four months of competition in regionalised heats.

Badminton Scotland development officer Russell Hogg said: "It was a tremendous success but we are looking to double or even treble the numbers taking part next year."

Badminton Scotland will host two summer training camps at the Cockburn Centre, Glasgow, catering for all standards of players aged 8 to 16. They will be held on July 3-7 and July 31-August 4 and run from 10am to 3pm each day. National development officer Russell Hogg and Scotland player David Forbes will oversee the coaching.

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