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National Junior Squad

Written by  Wednesday, 18 April 2012 22:02

The National Junior Squad aims to identify and develop the top junior players from across the country with the aim of progressing players to meet the “Winning Edge” targets as outlined in the Badminton Australia High Performance Plan. Please see the links below for further information.


Nomination and Selection Criteria

Athlete Pathway
National Junior Squad Guidelines
2018 NJS Application Form
U19 Elite Development Squad Specific Selection Criteria
U17 Youth Development Squad Specific Specific Selection Criteria
U15 Future Development Squad Specific Selection Criteria
2018 Junior High Performance Calendar



2018 National Junior Coaches

U15 Coach: Position Description

U17 Coach: Position Description

U19 Coach: Position Description

2018 Junior High Performance Calendar

Click here to apply



2018 National Junior Selectors

Badminton Australia appoints an U19 Coach and two other selectors in December for the following 12 months. The National Junior Selectors for 2017 are:


The key role of the National Junior Selectors is to recommend to the Board for ratification:


National Junior Selectors also carry out a number of other duties and obligations. These are to:



2017 Junior Development Committee

The Junior Development Committee (JDC) is responsible for the development of Badminton Australia’s national junior program, its directions and policies. The work of the JDC is coordinated by the Junior Development Manager in consultation with the Board Member responsible for Junior Development. The Junior Development Committee consists of the following people in 2017:


The Junior Development Committee's objectives are to:


The Junior Development Committee's duties are to:


Applications to be a National Junior Selector or a Junior High Performance Committee Member must be made to Badminton Australia on the appropriate nomination form by 30 September each year. Please contact the Badminton Australia (03) 9397 4722.



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