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Lanna Tigers continue to lead the tables

3-2 win over Lampang FC

The visitors from Lampang played a close match but the Tigers took the match 3-2.

Nopniwat Krailerg
Chiang Mai FC continue their winning streak by beating the Lampang Football Club 3-2 in the July 15 match. They welcomed the members of Lampang FC to their home field of 700 Years Stadium with the first goal within the first 12 minutes.

Toure Ousamane, number 27, snatched the ball from the opposing team and passed it to Isaac Amoah, number 24 who scored the first goal. Anucha was given a free kick but it bumped off the goal posts.

Lampang equalized the game just before the end of the first half when Lampang FC’s number 30 Tossaporn Intaraksa scored a goal against the home team.

The second half saw the home team play a penetrating game, when a corner shot in the 58th minute of the second half by Lanna Tiger number 14, Pichet Howkongkeaw knocked the ball into the net, scoring a second goal for the Tigers.

The home team conceded a goal to the visitors in the 69th minute as Sitthidej Muangchoo, number 6 equalized the match to 2-2. However, the leading goal scorer for the Tigers, Aliou Seck number 22 scored a goal in the 74th minute, to keep the Tigers at the top of the AIS Northern Regional League Division 2 leaderboard.
The Lanna Tigers remain unbeaten in their division.

The Lanna Tigers celebrate the goal by number 14, Pichet Howkongkeaw.

With 12 goals for the season, Tigers number 22 Aliou Seck leads the team and scored the winning goal in the match against Lampang.

SEABA Stankovic Cup Qualifiers sees Philippines grab a ticket to Japan

The opening ceremony for the SEABA Stankovic Cup 2012
was held at 700 Year Stadium.

Nopniwat Krailerg
The Asian Zone Qualifiers for the South East Basketball Association (SEABA) Stankovic Cup 2012 was held at the 700 Year Stadium in July with the winner heading to Japan to compete in the Asia Cup.

Teams from Thailand, Singapore, the Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia competed for the chance to travel to Japan in September.

The final day saw Indonesia beat Singapore 65 to 51 while the Philippines beat Thailand handily 74 to 52 earning both teams the right to compete in Japan. Thailand took third place while Malaysia came last.

The 4th Annual FIBA (International Basketball Federation) Asia Cup will be held in Japan September 14-22 and see teams from the Philippines, the People’s Republic of China, Chinese Taipei, Iran, Japan, Lebanon, Macau and Qatar compete for the Asia Cup.

Indonesia beat Singapore handily 65 to 41,
this after Singapore handed Malaysia a stunning 82-75 loss.

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Lanna Tigers continue to lead the tables

SEABA Stankovic Cup Qualifiers sees Philippines grab a ticket to Japan