Sport in Scotland;Badminton

9th February 1996 at 00:00
Kelso High fourth-year pupil Graeme Murray was the victim of his own success when he took part for the first time in the Hydro Electric Scottish National Senior Badminton Championships at Meadowbank Sports Centre last weekend.

Displaying the form of his life, Murray won through two qualifying rounds on Friday night to reach the first round on Saturday morning, which meant that he was unable to represent Borders in a challenge match in Darlington.

Had Murray's run of victories continued, he would really have been on the spot. He had a ticket for Scotland versus France at Murrayfield.

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