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Vol. XIII No.18 - Sunday September 7, 2014 - Saturday September 20, 2014


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Machuca’s hat trick gives Tigers 3 -1 win over TTM Customs

Tigers now rank 5th in Division 1

Tiger’s midfielder Anggello Machuca scored a hat trick in the home game against TTM Customs at 700 Years Stadium on Aug 30, 2014. (Photo By Noppadol Namwongphrom)

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Chiang Mai FC played against Division 1’s oldest team TTM Customs on August 30, 2014 at the 700 Years Stadium and saw star player Anggello Machuca as man of the match with a hat trick against the visitors.
Chiang Mai FC had previously played against Pattaya United and drew 2 -2 at the away game.
The 6th ranked Tigers attacked hard against the 10th ranked visitors, and saw several unsuccessful attempts at goal. The visitors scored the first goal of the match, bringing the first half to a close at 0 -1.
The second half saw star player Anggello Machuca score on a penalty kick bringing the match to a draw in the 68th minute. Machuca continued in top form scoring another goal on a free kick from 25 yards out at the 77th minute. He scored his third goal in the 81st minute giving the Tigers the win over visitors TTM Customs.
Anggello Machuca is currently the third highest scorer in the Yamaha League Division 1 with 14 goals.
The win propelled Chiang Mai FC up one place to 5th on the table with 45 points and 12 wins. TTM Customs slipped to 11th after the loss. Nakhon Ratchasima continues to lead strongly with 56 points and 16 wins trailed by Siam Navy with 50 points and Saraburi with 48.
Chiang Mai FC will visit 7th ranked Angthong FC on September 6, 2014.

Tiger’s player Pipat Thonkanya was blocked by a TTM Lopburi player during his attempt at goal. The Tigers beat TTM 3 – 1 at the home game on August 30, 2014. (Photo By Noppadol Namwongphrom)


Draw at Kalare Night Bazaar Boxing Stadium

The Monday night Muay Thai fights at Kalare Night Bazaar Boxing Stadium on August 29, 2014 saw Mark Chanchai Muaithai (left) from Ireland take on Nik Lanna Muaithai from South Africa. The two men fought fiercely for the full five rounds but the bout ended in a draw. (Photo by Noppadol Namwongphrom)

 


Dates confirmed for Nan boat racing festival

Colourful dragon boat racing on the Nan River. (TAT Photo)

The annual Nan Boat Races are set to be held during 20-21 September and 24-26 October, 2014 along the scenic Nan River.
Organizers say the boat racing festival will attract some 200 boats from over 100 communities, with each vessel accommodating up to 60 oarsmen and all dressed in the same racing team’s uniform.
History has it that the Nan Boat Races were initially organized during the local community’s robe presentation to the monks to mark the end of the Buddhist Lent. To-date, the event has become a fixture on both Nan’s and Thailand’s annual festival calendar that attracts thousands of spectators, both Thai and foreigners, and is normally held during September and October each year.
TAT Governor Thawatchai Arunyik commented: “TAT joins the people of Nan in conserving this unique and charming Thai-Lanna tradition. This event has been the pride of Nan for generations and is set to be heritage for more generations to come. Local and international visitors should not miss the chance to witness this annual spectacle on the Nan River, where colourfully-painted boats made from whole tree trunks adorned with an elaborately-crafted naga head at the prow will be brought out just once a year for this important cultural and sporting event.”
Along with the boat racing there will also be a fair with booths selling food and drinks, souvenirs and local arts and crafts indigenous to Nan province.
For more information, contact: TAT Phrae Office on 054 521 127 or Nan Municipal Office: 054 710 234 ext. 138-139.


HEADLINES [click on headline to view story]

Machuca’s hat trick gives Tigers 3 -1 win over TTM Customs

Draw at Kalare Night Bazaar Boxing Stadium

Dates confirmed for Nan boat racing festival

 

 



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