Lamphun Warriors draw 1 -1
Nattapon Charoenporn and Suttipong Thananun of the
Lamphun Warriors FC, currently ranked 9th on the Division 2 table, try
to steal the ball from Uthaithani FC player, Yunusa Abdulai in the home
game played at Sunday, July 13, 2014. The close fought match ended with
a 1- 1 draw. Sukothai FC currently stands at the top of the Northern
Division 2 table. (Photo by Noppadol Namwongphrom)
Lanna Tigers win at home, lose away
Chiang Mai FC stands at 7th on the table
The Lanna Tigers won one match and lost the next
to remain at 7th on the Division 1 table.
The Chiang Mai FC, Lanna Tigers played at home on July 12, 2014
against top ranked Swat Cat, Nakhon Ratchasima FC, the 7th ranked team
played a hard attacking game to gain the first goal in the 39th minute with
the Tiger’s Matis E. Recio making the first goal in the match. The visitors
fought back in the second half but Swat Cat players failed to make a goal
while the home team player Pannawich Nonthalee scored the second goal for
the Tigers at the 69th minute.
The Tigers had star player Anggello Machuca back in this game and acquitted
themselves well against the team that stands at the top of the Division 1
table with 13 wins.
The Tigers next game was away at Roi Et where they played Roi Et United on
July 19 at the Roi Et Stadium. The White Squirrels played an attacking game
in the first half and scored their first goal in the 27th minute when Darryl
Bevon Roberts headed the ball into the net. Darryl Bevon Roberts proved to
be the man of the match with a second goal. The Tigers remained scoreless
and the White Squirrels took the match 2 – 0.
Chiang Mai FC stands at 7th on the table with 8 wins, 6 draws and 7 losses,
for a total of 30 points. There next game was played at home against 14th
ranked Phitsansulok on July 23, 2014.
Local woman reaches LPGA
Local golfer turned pro Laxsana Ketmanee was
recently appointed to the Thailand Ladies Professional Golf Association.
She worked as a caddy for many years before training and assistance from
sponsor Alex Stewart enabled her to apply for LPGA status. She is now
working as a pro golfer at the Mae Jo Golf Club. The Mae Jo Golf Club
recently hosted the Singha Mae Jo Open Golf Tournament on July 12, 2014.
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