City Sport

 |  January 29, 2010

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The Farangutans took a break over the New Year and didn’t play many matches. Their only game came against Lanna International School and was a tight affair all the way. Lanna went ahead within a few minutes with a beautiful shot by one of their younger players. FFC came back though and the game ended 3-1 to the more experienced Farangutans.

Chiang Mai expat teams are still looking for other teams to play, so whether you read this in Bangkok or Bradford, if you want a game of competitive football then why not come to Chiang Mai.

Anyone interested in playing or helping out can contact

On 16-17 January, the 4th out of 6 events in the Junior Mercedes Trophy Championships took place at the Wangchan Golf Park in Rayong. Prem Team Elite player, Smart, continues to hold his #1 position by winning his second tournament in the B2 division. Competing against 45 junior golfers from all over Thailand, Smart shot a total 160 (77, 83) over 2 days on this very long and difficult golf course. Students’ scholastic grades are also used in part to rank the young players. Academically achieving PTIS honour roll status last semester will help to solidify Smart’s #1 ranking.

For more information contact

On December 26th-28th in Chainat, Thailand, the Vasupongchai sisters, Kana and Kanoon, recently played in 16 under and 18 under age divisions with both of them winning the tournament after playing 5 matches with 16 players in each draw.

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

Soft Chi Tai Chi is held every Monday, Wednesday and Friday in the morning from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. opposite Central on Huay Kaew Road, on the second floor of 12 Huay Kaew behind the Cafe Turkish.

Soft Chi Tai Chi focuses on guiding you to find the internal soft chi flow and intensive energy in your own body. The physical exercise includes 24 forms of Yang style and 13 forms of Chen style.

The session starts with a warm up exercise, and moves to basic Tai Chi exercises such as Tai Chi steps and breathing exercises. After that you will practice the most popular 24 and 13 forms of Tai Chi.

If anybody is interested in this great oriental body and mind art, they welcome you there. Contact 085 521 1528 or