Party held for grand opening of new Rhino Thai Boxing Club
The new Rhino Thai Boxing Club opened with a grand party
attended by many well-known people on May 21, 2016. The new club
was started by Waraluck Buawiratlert who studied Muay Thai and
decided it was important to open a quality club teaching Muay
Thai both for self-protection but also to teach the important
ancient culture and traditions of Muay Thai.
Waraluck Buawiratlert was joined at the opening by Warin
Buawiratlert, President of Himma Prestige Living Co., Ltd.,
Preecha Buawiratlert - Member of The National Legislative
Assembly, Udonphan Jantarawiroj - President of Chiang Mai
Football Club, Pol. Maj. Gen. Pacha Rattanaphan - Deputy
Commissioner of Provincial Police Region 5, Maj. Gen. Uthai
Chaichana - Commanding General, the 7th Infantry Brigade, Pol.
Maj. Gen. Prajuab Wongsuk - Commander of Phayao Provincial
Police, and Mr. Amnard Decha - Director of Bhuping Palace. The
new Rhino Thai Boxing Club is located on Chotana Road Soi 12.
Northern female footballers trained by National Women’s Team coach
Head Coach Nuengruethai Srathongwian of the
Women’s Thailand National Football team traveled to Chiang Mai to run a
training camp for 178 girls from May 10 -12, 2016.
The Head Coach of Thailand’s National Football Team led staff to train young
women in Chiang Mai and to look for future potential talent for the national
team at Ban Kaewsa Resort Football field in Mae Rim from May 10 – 12, 2016.
Mongkol Puttwang, Deputy Director of the Office of Chiang Mai Elementary
Schools, Education Zone 2 welcomed Coach Nuengruethai Srathongwian and eight
coaching staff from the national team at the opening ceremony for the
training program. Schools from around Chiang Mai sent girls to the training
program, with 178 students participating in total.
Head coach Nuengruethai said this was a good chance to meet with young
players here and that they feel proud to be trained as future national
players. She added that this was a good opportunity for female players to
develop their skills and said, “It is good that the Education Zone 2 Office
has given this opportunity for students to train in football, especially
while they are still young.”
She said that this gives young students the chance to learn football skills
and develop their potential. “Even with the hot weather here, all the
football trainees are intent on improving their football skills. Amid the
sweltering weather, everyone was ready to practice and train hard,” Coach