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Kanoon and Kana (right) Vasupongchai

Prem’s rising tennis star Kana asked to try out for Thailand’s Junior FED Cup Team

Kana was invited to participate in a round robin try-out lasting three weekends in Bangkok and held to select two players to represent Thailand as members of the Junior Fed Cup National Team. She won enough matches in the first weekend to advance to the second weekend.

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Polish Media Vs Chiang Mai Media
The Polish media played the Chiang Mai media in March and the result was not pretty. The Poles, who had come all the way from Warsaw, were scheduled to play two games in Thailand and one game in Cambodia. The

Chiang Mai game saw them win 9-1 – the only CM media goal coming from local star, Phitsanu, from the Chiang Mai Mail.

Farangutans are Ready!

The Farangutans are ready for their South East Asian yearly tournament and this year they plan on taking home the silverware. In March they drew one game with Lanna and lost in a low-scoring thriller to Chiang Mai Resin.
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Chiang Mai Softball League will be playing softball on Sunday afternoons at 1 p.m. on the Payap University softball field. Players of all ages and abilities welcome. For more information please contact Austin at 081 033 8744 or [email protected]

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www.theroyalleague.com

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You can still catch the last few days of the Chiang Mai Cricket Sixes, the last day of the competition is April 3rd. Don’t miss all the special guest stars, as well as locals and competitors from all over the globe, that make this one of the most memorable weeks of the year for everyone who attends.
For more information on the Sixes, the list of teams, fixtures and results you can go to: www.chiangmaisixes.com.