Vol. II No. 32 Saturday August 16 - August 22, 2003
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Over 100 skaters pass the puck during IIHF ice hockey training camp last week in Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai Pool League

Charity bowling competition this weekend

Sang Saew Bookstore arranges 7-a-side soccer tournament

Chiang Mai HHH Corner - “On On!”

Chiangmai SportRoundup

Over 100 skaters pass the puck during IIHF ice hockey training camp last week in Chiang Mai

Metinee Chaikuna

Over 100 youthful skaters from six countries perhaps took another stride in their quest to become ice hockey stars last week when the International Ice Hockey Federation held a weeklong training camp at the Kad Suan Kaew Shopping Complex in Chiang Mai. Meetings were also held at Chiang Mai Orchid Hotel.

Black’s defense is well set to hold off White’s furious attack inside the blue line.

The IIHF training camp atmosphere was vigorous, in part due to the participation of many nationalities, including Chinese Taipei, India, Mongolia, Hong Kong, Singapore and Thailand. The training camp was open for young sportsmen aged 14-16 years old.

The action is fast paced as youthful skaters learn the finer points of ice hockey.

The hockey began on August 9 and finished on August 13, and was the first part of a 5-year Ice Hockey Association of Thailand (IHAT) project, which came out of a recent Asian Development Program Workshop.

This year being the project’s first, the training camp centered on improving skating skills and teaching proper regulations of the game. In the future, training camps will alternate with ice hockey competitions.

“Black” skated to a 4-4 draw with “White” during the IIHF ice hockey training camp last week in Chiang Mai.

During the training camp, some competitions were also held to keep things lively. Teams were divided into “Black” and “White”, made up mostly of 15-year-olds representing their home countries.

It must be difficult for the goalies when the competition heats up, causing fog to appear.


Chiang Mai Pool League


Charity bowling competition this weekend

The Political Science Alumni Association of Chiang Mai University has organized many festivities, including a bowling competition that takes place this weekend, to celebrate the Political Science Department’s anniversary this month.

Today (Saturday August 16) the activities will be begin at 8 a.m. with a merit-making ceremony, which will be followed by the annual Homecoming Day meeting and alumnus get together party.

On Sunday (August 17), starting at 8.30 a.m., the Political Science Department will hold a charity bowling competition for the Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra trophy. The competition will take place at Chiang Mai Bowl, Hua Rin Corner, running to 8 p.m.

The funds raised from this charity bowling event will go to the alumni association’s charitable projects for the public, according to the organizing committee. The public is invited to take part.

For more details and information, please ring the department tel. 053-943 525, 053-943 560 and 01-531 5999.


Sang Saew Bookstore arranges 7-a-side soccer tournament

Been reading up about it?

Nuttanee Thaveephol

Sang Saew Bookstore has organized a 7-a-side soccer tournament, starting today (August 16) and running until September 7. There is cash and trophies up for grabs.

The tournament begins at the Territorial Security Volunteers Company, Chiang Mai after the draw for groupings was done on August 12. This soccer 7 competition will be held only on Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. at the Territorial Security Volunteers Company’s football field, behind the King Rama 9 Royal Lanna Park.

The winning team will receive 8,000 baht; the first runner-up will receive 4,000 baht and 2,000 baht will go to the second and third runner-ups.

There will be a prize for goal scoring and man of the tournament.

Organizers were hoping to get David Beckham, but were outbid by Real Madrid. Rumors that they had found a young Indian woman who was just as good were later denied.


Chiang Mai HHH Corner - “On On!”

CH3, the oldest hash club (males) in Chiang Mai is picked up from the “ONON” pub (Moon Mueng Soi 1) at 16.00 once every 2 weeks. Pick up can be arranged from Fish and Chips shop as well.

CSH3 is a mixed Saturday hash which is picked up from the H3 Pub on Moon Mueng Road every Saturday at 15.30. Pick up can be arranged from Fish and Chips shop as well.

CUMH3 is a male hash which runs from the “ONON” Pub every consecutive (from CH3) Tuesday. Pick up is at 16.00.

BH3 is a female hash (Harriettes) that runs once a month on the last Sunday of the month.

All information either from Fish and Chips, H3 or “ONON” Pub. Or look at the websites at: http://www.thai-american.com/hhh/

It’s great fun and you surely get value for your money plus you get to meet all the long-time expats here!



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