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Last Updated: Sunday, 27 November 2005, 17:13 GMT
English duo claim Scottish crown
Kristian Roebuck and Jenny Wallwork won the mixed doubles title at the Bank of Scotland International Championships.

The English pair triumphed 15-8 14-17 15-5 over Dane Rasmus Mangor Andersen Den) and Russia's Anastasia Russkikh at the Kelvin Hall in Glasgow.

Roebuck said: "It's our first big win together and we hope this is the start of a regular partnership.

"We had a bit of a shaky start against the Irish pair O'Halloran and Huang, but we played well in the end."

He added: "The atmosphere in the main hall was great and this really is the number one event on the EBU circuit."

In the other finals, Poland's Przemyslaw Wacha beat Kasper Oedum of Denmark 9-15 15-8 15-2 to take the men's singles crown.

Ella Karachkova of Russia beat Judith Meulendijks of the Netherlands 11-6 11-8 in the women's singles final.

The women's doubles crown went to Russian pair Veleri Sorokina & Nina Vislova, who beat Elin Bergblom and Johanna Persson of Sweden 15-5 15-10.

In the men's doubles final, Imam Sodikin & Andi Hartono Tandaputra of Indonesia saw off France's Mihail Popov & Svetoslav Stoyanov 17-14 10-15 15-7.

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