For 2013 Badminton Australia will be targeting the following events for our National Junior Teams. Click on the links under each event for specific selection criteria and nomination forms
Please note that in order to be eligible for selection in Badminton Australia National Junior Teams, players must be a part of the Badminton Australia National Junior Squad. Click on the appropriate link below for further detail on the squad
- 2013 National Junior Squad Outline (Coming Soon)
- 2013 National Junior Squad Application Form (Coming Soon)
2013 National Junior Squad
|Elite Junior Group - Boys||Elite Junior Group - Girls|
|Daniel Guda (NSW)||Joy Lai (Vic)|
|Anthony Joe (ACT)||Grace Ngiam (Qld)|
|Gronya Somerville (Vic)|
|Development Junior Group - Boys||Development Junior Group - Girls|
|Cham Chen (NSW)||Vinning Mak (Vic)|
|Athithan Selladurai (Vic)||Grace Ngiam (Qld)|
|Eric Vuong (Vic)||Buddhima Fernando (NSW)|
|Seng Low (NSW)||Phing Teo (WA)|
|Toby Wong (NSW)||Alice Wu (Vic)|
|Huaidong Tang (NSW)||Jennifer Tam (NSW)|
|Justin Lee (NSW)||Tiffany Ho (NSW)|
|Tyzton Tan (WA)||Janet Son (NSW)|
|Lin Ying Xiang (WA)||Natasha Sharp (Vic)|
|Gavin Ho (Vic)|
|Austin Yu (NSW)|
Badminton Australia Selection Policy
Click the link to read the Badminton Australia Selection Policy
2013 World Junior Championships
The 2013 BWF World Junior Championships will be held in Bangkok, Thailand from Wednesday 23 October to Saturday 02 November 2013.
The Suhandinata Team Cup championships will start from Wednesday 23 - Sunday 27 October while Individual Events for the EYE LEVEL Cups will start from 29 Oct – 02 November 2013.
Australian Junior Commonwealth Games Squad Program
The Australian Commonwealth Games Association has provided funding from 2009 2012 to support talented national junior badminton players through the Australian Junior Commonwealth Games Squad (AJCGS) program. This funding is used annually to support Australian Junior Teams to compete on the international stage and it targets potential Commonwealth Games athletes.
Selection Policy Resources
The Australian Sports Commission has a set of Generic Selection Guidelines which can be used by States and Territory’s who want to put some selection policies in place.
To download a copy of the booklet click on the following link
Australia sent two teams to the 2011 OJC, finishing 2nd and 3rd behind New Zealand. Australian's then went on to claim 3 of the 5 individual titles. The next edition of the OJC will be held in 2013.