|Born||1930 (age 91–92)|
Kensington, Greater London, England
Iris Rogers (née Cooley), is a former English badminton player.
Born Iris L Cooley  she came to prominence in the early fifties when playing doubles. Partnering June Timperley née White the pair broke the stranglehold of the Danish pairs during the era of Danish domination by claiming three All England women's doubles titles. She also claimed an All England mixed doubles titles with John Best.
Although mainly concentrating on doubles Rogers was also a very good singles player reaching the final of the All England in 1954 before losing out to Judy Devlin. Other successes included nine Irish open titles, nine Scottish open titles, three Dutch opens, one Swedish open and one Danish open title.
She represented England and won a silver medal in the women's doubles with Angela Bairstow, at the 1966 British Empire and Commonwealth Games in Kingston, Jamaica.
She married in William Rogers in 1956 and competed as Rogers and not Cooley afterwards.
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