City Sport

 |  November 30, 2010


Just before their trip to Phuket for the International 7’s tournament the westerners gave two local teams a whipping. They beat the Kad Churng Doi team 10-2, after dominating most of the game. The following week they played the Chiang Mai FC Supporters Club team. The young Thais went 2-0 in what seemed like five minutes, though with loads of goals from Arek and Swiss Chris the Farangutans won an easy game 9-2. Wish them luck in Phuket.


Chiang Mai FC

On 7th November, 23,000 people went to watch CMFC play against Burirum FC. Burirum scored in the last minute. 0 – 1. Also, On 14th November, CMFC defeated Trang FC 3-1.
December fixtures

4th December
– Chiang Mai FC VS Phijit FC @ 700 years stadium
11th December
– Rangsit University – Chiang Mai FC @ Bangkok University Stadium
18th December
– Chiang Mai FC – Saraburi FC @ 700 years stadium
Kick-off at 6 p.m.


There is judo practice at Chiang Mai University on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays 8.30 10.30 a.m. All are welcome.

Contact Nigel 081 926 4210


Weather permitting softball is on every Sunday at the Payap fields. Pick-up games begin at 1:30 p.m. or as soon as they have 16 willing participants. They add to the teams as people arrive up to a maximum of 11 a side. They play on their own field by the entrance to Payap University without competition from any other sports teams (although they do have some competition from some scruffy looking cows).

Contact info: or 081 033 8744.


Tony Guardino won the November ‘Little Man’ by two strokes on the back of good putting. Three birdies for the round, two of which were in the over 12 foot range, negated two triples and a double, not to mention a penalty stroke earned on the 17th when Tony’s ball moved after he addressed a virtual tap in. Out in 42, home in 43, the gross of 85 good enough to pad the first prize money by taking the low gross in the ‘B’ flight.


The Vasupongchai sisters, Kana and Kanoon, win first international junior title.

The Three Generation Tennis Academy team elite players and sisters, Kana and Kanoon, recently won their first ITF junior event in Vietnam beating the top seeds 6-1, 6-3 in the doubles final. They also reached the semi-finals of the singles event during the first week while Kana also reached the semifinals in the second week. The sisters moved up over 500 spots in the rankings with Kana at 737 and Kanoon at 846.