Meet the team

We are a small team of professionals interested in badminton with a wide range of skills and experience. We love what we do and we do it with passion.

Frank – Ferenc Szekely

Head coach of the network

I`m a qualified and registered UKCC Level 2 Coach in Badminton with more than 22 years of experience competing and coaching in the central European regions and leagues in the UK. I live in Lymm, Statham, with my 2 daughters and wife. I have started the sport quite lately, at the age of 14. Me and my partner won the National School Competitions Capital city selection and the Country final in doubles discipline at the age of 17. I`ve got many years to play in a First Class University club at Budapest and became an international player for a short period of time. I have retired in 2006 due to injuries. During my career, I have discovered the importance of mindset and become a lover of sport psychology. I continuously updating my coaching style to meet the 21st centuries requirements according to my current self-studies and findings. Here are my up to date qualifications:

  • UKCC L2 Badminton Coach
  • CIMSPA – ReActivate Sport Clubs Safely
  • Level 5 Sports and Exercise Nutritional Advisor
  • UK Coaching – Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults
  • UK Coaching – Mental Health Awareness for Sport and Physical Activity
  • BWF Online Shuttle Time Component
  • More…

Nella Kovacs

Voluntary Welfare Officer of the Network

Paul S.K. Chan

Voluntary Team Manager of the Network

Endre Tamas

Voluntary Adviser and Treasurer

An experienced professional businessmen with tracked record of budget, team and project management.  “Together, we will make this Network the best for the future generations.”

Good Health | Good Life | Goodwill

Marianna Szekely

Voluntary Venue Coordinator

I was working as an accountant for about six years and got experience in administrative tasks, time and data management. I am happy to support my husband in his club by volunteering as a Venue Coordinator.


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