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Update June 23, 2016

First Lanna International Mountain Bike race kicks off in Lamphun

Lamphun Deputy Governor Panee Nakharnart is joined by officials and riders for the grand opening of the first Lanna International Mountain Bike Race

Nopniwat Krailerg

Lamphun hosted the first Lanna International Mountain Bike 2016 competition on June 8 and saw both Thai and foreign residents and visitors take part in the race which was held to boost eco-tourism in the four provinces of the Upper North.

Over 300 riders took part in the mountain bike race on opening day in Lamphun on June 18, 2016.

Lamphun Deputy Governor Panee Nakhanart presided over the opening ceremony which started at the Kruva Srivichai Monument in Lamphun with more than 300 riders competing.

Along the route the mountain bikers had the opportunity to prove their abilities along the challenging roads as well as enjoy the natural scenic beauty and cultural attractions.

The event was held to promote adventure tourism in the Upper North and bring exposure to more remote communities to the adventure travel market. The first competition was completed on June 18 and went from the Kruba Srivichai Monument to Wat Phrabat Huaytom in Li District in Lamphun. The second event was held June 19 from Mae Ping National Park in Li District and the third competition will be held in Hod District’s Son Kaew Wanaram in Ob Luang National Park. The fourth and final competition will be held on June 26 from Wat Chorm Chaeng in Mae Sariang in Mae Hong Son.

The winner of each race will receive a trophy and cash money prizes, while all the bike competitors will receive the medal as a souvenir.


Update June 2, 2016

Inaugural Chiang Mai Challenge in Lawn Bowls held last week

Coco Club of Pattaya took the inaugural Chiang Mai Challenge Lawn Bowls trophy with a win of 14 -11 over Chiang Mai.

Coco Club of Pattaya was pleased to be invited to the inaugural Chiang Mai Challenge at Don Bishop's Non Kai lawn bowling green following their one million plus baht new carpet from New Zealand was laid.
The club’s first inter club tournament was a great success as the team was able to adjust to the new AstroTurf surface very quickly - the mark of true champion bowlers. The first day resulted in Coco winning 2 of the 3 triples matches and included some amazing last bowl saves by skip Sue Bryant. It is no wonder that she is Thai Women's Champion. In the 1st of the singles, honors were shared equally with 2 matches each. On day 2, Coco clinched the tournament by winning 3 of the 4 pairs matches. Chiang Mai made a good showing in the final singles winning all 4 matches, but alas too late. Overall an excellent result for Chiang Mai and all the hours of practice really paid off. Derek and Sue from Coco hope to invite Chiang Mai for a return match within the next 6 months.
The final score was Coco 14 points and Chiang Mai 11 points. Coco won all the special prizes with Peter, Lita and Allan winning the highest aggregate score for the triples, Ric and Michael winning the pairs prize and Sue winning the highest singles aggregate.


Eight teams to battle out 11th World Seniors Football Championship

Chiang Mai hosts matches June 6 - 11

The Senior Thailand Football Club is ready for the tournament
(File photo)

Nopniwat Krailerg
Chiang Mai will be hosting the 11th annual World Seniors Football Championship at stadiums around the province from June 6 – 11, 2016. Teams from England, Australia, New Zealand, Iran, Taiwan, the U.S.A., Scotland and Thailand will battle it out for the prize.
Matches will take place at Inthanin Stadium at Mae Jo University, the Chiang Mai 700 Years Stadium, and Chiang Mai University Main stadium with the opening match taking place on Monday, June 6. The ceremony for the event will be held on June 11 at 5:30 p.m. at Inthanin Stadium at Mae Jo University.

 


HEADLINES [click on headline to view story]

First Lanna International Mountain Bike race kicks off in Lamphun

Inaugural Chiang Mai Challenge in Lawn Bowls held last week

Eight teams to battle out 11th World Seniors Football Championship


 



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