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CMI Consultants win 5th PSC Charity Classic

PSC Charity Classic 2001 winners

PSC thanks sponsors for Charity Classic

Fish & Trips fishing team lands Giant Ray

Anand Panyarachun launches inaugural Charity Golf Invitational for UNICEF

Paul Kraft takes no prisoners

Lill and Preddy lead the way at Rayong

Big week for Ebrahim

Fitness Tips

Dome atop Mickey Mouse

Pinky feels Perky at Pattaya

For Skydivers

Three Sisters holds on to lead

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CMI Consultants win 5th PSC Charity Classic

True winners - Girls’ Home for Street Kids

Coming down from Bangkok especially to play in the 5th Annual Pattaya Sports Club Charity Classic on January 19 at Phoenix Country Club, the CMI Consultants team, consisting of Mark Beaton, Tom Payne, Phil Adkins and John DeWitt, scored 147 Stableford points to win the championship trophy.

Team winners of the PSC Charity Classic 2001: CMI Consultants’ Mark Beaton, Tom Payne, Phil Adkins and John DeWitt

However, it could be said that the true winners of the event will be the new Girls’ Home for Street Kids. The new home will be built close to the elephant farm on Siam Country Club Road at the location of the Pattaya Orphanage Street Kids’ Center, which currently comprises of a Boys’ Home on 18 rai of land. Construction of the new Girls’ Home for Street Kids is scheduled to begin early this year, and all proceeds from this year’s PSC Charity Classic will go towards getting the home off to a good start.

Father Michael thanks the PSC

There were also many other winners in the event, as a veritable king’s ransom of prizes were up for grabs both for technical winners and in the now-famous PSC Charity Classic lucky draw. The prize list included gold, television sets, stereos, golf clubs and bags, hotel accommodations, green fees at some of the area’s best golf courses, tailored clothing, refrigerators, microwave ovens, cameras, fax machines, cash, VCD players, mountain bikes, kegs of beer, bottles of spirits, and even a bowling ball, plus, believe it or not, much more. Nearly everyone who participated in the charity event went home with something new.

Individual ladies’ winner Rang Westgate receives her beautiful trophy from PSC Golf Chairman Dennis Willet

The equally famous format of the event also makes the PSC Charity Classic one of the most fun golf outings of the year. The team Stableford format promotes camaraderie out on the course, but what truly separates this event from others is the liberal use of Mulligans. At the beginning of the day, each player was allotted 24 Mulligans to use however he or she wished, as long as not more than two were used on any given hole. High handicappers prone to “spraying” the ball all over the golf course (like this scribe) were given the chance to take errant shots over (and see even more areas of the course not normally viewed by the average golfer), while low handicappers could have “one more go” at that birdie putt that lipped out. This, of course, has a tendency to produce high Stableford scores not normally seen in “regular” competitions.

P.S.C. Golf Chairman Dennis Willett and Bill Thompson receive a Major Sponsorship contribution from Bill Lloyd of Rosie O’Grady’s for the 2001 Pattaya Sports Club Charity Classic.

Eberhard Stoll proved this point in emphatic fashion, carding an incredible 56 Stableford points (20 under par over 18 holes) to win the trophy for individual men’s winner.

Rang Westgate also made great use of her Mulligans to trounce the course, scoring 49 Stableford points en route to winning the individual ladies’ title.

2nd place team “Park”: Jan Andersen, Arve Thorjussen, Jan Thorsberg and Lars Evensen

In the team scoring, the top three scores of each team were added together to become the team score. Team winners, CMI Consultants’ Mark Beaton, Tom Payne, Phil Adkins and John DeWitt, carded 147 points, meaning their top three players averaged 49 points each (13 under par over 18 holes).

The 2nd place team, who called themselves “Park”, made up of Jan Andersen, Arve Thorjussen, Jan Thorsberg and Lars Evensen, amassed an incredible 142 points, while the 3rd place “Fumblers”, Gerry Carpenter, Jerry Lien, Donald Ratcliffe and Terry Curtis, scored 141 pts.

Individual men’s winner Eberhard Stoll receives his trophy from PSC Golf Chairman Dennis Willet

No tournament of this magnitude can be put together without the very hard work and dedication of its team of organizers. PSC golf chairman Dennis Willet, Bill Thompson and Ron Herbert, to name but a few, should be commended for a job well done. Many thanks also to Bjarne Neilson for his delicious BBQ after golf, Phoenix Country Club for hosting the tournament, and all the hard working people, too numerous to mention, that helped this tournament run smoothly.

3rd place team “Fumblers”: Gerry Carpenter, Jerry Lien, Donald Ratcliffe and Terry Curtis receive their trophies from PSC Golf Chairman Dennis Willet (3rd from left) and PSC Secretary Ron Herbert (right)

Also, and just as important, no tournament of this nature would be possible without the very generous support of numerous sponsors, both large and small.

The tournament lived up to its billing as one of the best golf days of the year, and most are already looking forward to next year’s tournament.

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PSC Charity Classic 2001 winners

Team Winners

1st Place - CMI Consultants: Mark Beaton, Tom Payne, Phil Adkins, John DeWitt, 147 pts
2nd Place - Park: Jan Andersen, Arve Thorjussen, Jan Thorsberg, Lars Evensen, 142 pts
3rd Place - Fumblers: Gerry Carpenter, Jerry Lien, Donald Ratcliffe, Terry Curtis, 141 pts
4th Place - Thai Connection: Ed Trayling, Mam Trayling, Prasan Boonsiri, John Hanley, 140 pts

Losing 4th place on a count back was the Walking Wounded, also with 140 pts. Other notables were the 200 Pounders & the Jesters with 139 pts each.

Individual Men’s Winner: Eberhard Stoll, 56 Stableford points
Individual Ladies’ Winner: Rang Westgate, 49 Stableford points

Technical prizes


Hole No.  Winner  Sponsor Prize
1. Dr. Yongwit Kewcharoen
2. Phil Adkins
3 Ken Westall
3 Ken Ince
4 Lou Holub
5 Dr. Yongwit Kewcharoen
6 Bill Thompson
7 Ebrahim
8 Dennis Willett
9 Gary Haskins

Ali Baba
Blue Parrot
Team Canada
Good Golf
Caf้ Kronborg
Three Sisters Bar
Far East Rock/Las Vegas
Ray Rogers
Captain’s Corner

Microwave/Rice Cooker
21" Television
Ping Putter ++
One Baht Gold
Keg of Carlsberg
B.6000 Cash
Fax Machine


Hole No.  Winner  Sponsor Prize

1 Jim Montgomery
2 Noel Ryan
3 Rich Montana
4 John Hanley
5 Jan Thorsberg
6 Noel Ryan
7 Donald Ratcliffe
8 John Hanley
8 Herbie Ishinaga
9 Dennis Willett

Pattaya Driving Range
B. Thompson/R. Finch
Sher ‘e’ Punjab
Bourbon Street
Tahitian Queen
CMI Consultants
Diana Group
American Diamond
White House Hotel

One Baht Gold
Golf Prizes+Cash
Microwave/Rice Cooker
Mountain Bike
VCD Player
One Baht Gold
B.6000 Cash
4 Nights in “Suite”
Bowling Ball

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PSC thanks sponsors for Charity Classic

The Pattaya Sports Club wishes to thank the many benevolent sponsors who donated their goods, services, time and money to help make for a very successful event.

Major Sponsors - B.50,000 or more in cash, prizes or services

Pattaya Sports Club, Rosie O’Grady’s

Gold Sponsors - B.10,000 to B.50,000 or more in cash, prizes or services

Pattaya Sports Club Calendar Charity, Bobby Joe at the 60’s Bar, Gerry Carpenter, Mike May, Barter Card, Ueli & Christoph, Balzi at Baltex, Eastern Star Resort, Royal Cliff Fitness Center, Khun Maetri of Good Golf, Phoenix Country Club, Joe Banks at the White House, the Pattaya Driving Range, Rotary Club of Jomtien-Pattaya, and the Thavorn Palm Beach Resort in Phuket.

Silver Sponsors - B.5,000 to B.10,000 or more in cash, prizes or services

Ali Baba Restaurant, Doug Harrison at Bourbon Street in Bangkok, Green Valley, Laem Chabang, Pattaya Mail, Khun Noi & John Cole of the Diana Group, Mr. Binny at the Sher ‘e’ Punjab Restaurant, Martin Hoffe of Deborah Services, Ltd., Bill Thompson, Mark Gorda, Mo Deverdenne and Glen Dragland of Team Canada, Dave, Pete and Ron at American Diamond Cutting Works, Bill Collis, Kevin Mitch, the New Blue Parrot Mexican Restaurant, Bjarne Nielsen at Cafe Kronborg, the Captain’s Corner, Mark Beaton of CMI Consultants, Dennis Willett of Crathco, Far East Rock & Las Vegas A-Go-Go, the Pattaya Hash House Harriers, Steve Mascari at Lewiinski’s, Ray Rogers, Russell Finch, Trevor Allen and Kim Fletcher of Shenanigan’s, Lewis “Woody” Underwood at the Tahitian Queen, the Jesters Motorcycle Club, Herbie Ishinaga at the Three Sisters Bar & Restaurant, PGA Golf Professional Ray Caron, Eddie Blackwell, Great Lake Golf Course, Fabian Arp at the Thai-Ger Line Golf Shop, and the Balcony Restaurant.

Bronze Sponsors - up to B.5,000 or more in cash, prizes or services

Pattaya Country Club, C.T. Schwaller of C.J.’s Dive Shop & Guest House, Classic Tailor, Town in Town Hotel, Wattana Computers, Ron Herbert, O La La Restaurant, C-Photo Images, Bruno’s Restaurant, James Savage, Pattaya Bungee Jump, Graham Snook at the Wild Chicken, the Splinter Golf Group, King Seafood, Brian Ellis, Carol & Richard Smith, Geoff Couch, Shakey Pete, Bernie Tuppin, Ivor Sewell, Foodland Supermarket, and Ken Crow.

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Fish & Trips fishing team lands Giant Ray

During the Pattaya Sports Club Monthly fishing tournament on Thursday January 18, the Fish & Trips fishing team, consisting of Paul Robertson, Ralf Bernard and Frank Collins hooked, fought, and finally landed a huge Cow Tail Ray while fishing around the islands out of Ban Suray.

It was 7 p.m. and very dark when they hooked into the giant, and at first they thought that their line was hooked onto a reef. But while trying to pull the line free, the thing took off and they knew that they had hooked some kind of huge fish.

Ralf Bernard, Paul Robertson and Frank Collins had a night to remember whilst fishing in the PSC monthly tournament.

After taking turns struggling with the monster for more than three hours they finally had it up to the stern of the boat and could see what it was and how big it was. Just to complicate matters, a large Cobia was chewing on the Ray as it came up behind the boat.

It wasn’t long before they realized they had a problem: how to get the thing on board the boat. It took five men struggling with ropes and rigging to pull it on board.

But their dilemma wasn’t yet over, for then there was the problem of getting the Ray off the boat at the pier when they returned after daylight. Again with the help of ropes, rigging, large boards, a high tide and many helpers, the feat was accomplished.

Then there was no way to weigh the thing, as no one had anything big enough to lift it. But by everyone’s best judgement all agreed that it was well over three hundred pounds.

The Pattaya Sports Club organizes a fishing tournament each month open to all who enjoy the sport of deep-sea fishing. For more information contact Carl Engel, PSC fishing chairman at phone 038-410228, fax 038-426121, or e-mail [email protected]

Go by one of the PSC fishing venues at the Local Fish & Trips, J & M Bar, the Bull Ring Bar, and Pacific Brass & Copper, all on Soi Yodsak, Rosie O’ Gradys on Soi 7, the Wonderful Bar on Soi Yamoto, the Fishing Tackle Shop on South Road, or Cafe Kronborg on Soi Diana Inn and talk some fishing.

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Anand Panyarachun launches inaugural Charity Golf Invitational for UNICEF

Former Prime Minister Anand Panyarachun officially launched the ‘Anand Charity Golf Invitational Tournament for UNICEF’ at a press conference held at the Grand Hyatt Erawan, Bangkok, on Thursday 18th January.

His Excellency Anand, Ambassador for UNICEF in Thailand, welcomed the media present and spoke about the work by UNICEF in Thailand and the reason for the golf tournament being held.

Former Prime Minister Anand Panyarachun at a recent UNICEF function

Acknowledging the work of the Organising Committee, chaired by Dr. Panas Simasathien, Anand thanked the sponsors who had made the event possible, and particularly Eastern Star Resort, and the two Platinum Sponsors - Cathay Pacific Airways and GE Capital, and Gold Sponsor Thai Farmers Bank.

Gamini Abeysekera, representative for UNICEF in Thailand, then outlined in more detail the work by UNICEF for children. The United Nations Children’s Fund, active in Thailand for more than fifty years, provides education, research, protection, health care and support for the rights of children. Gamini welcomed the staging of the charity golf tournament and, in thanking the sponsors for their support, expressed the hope that it would be an annual event contributing to the work of UNICEF in Thailand.

Also present on the panel was Yongyut Lujintanon, Cathay Pacific Sales and Marketing Manager for Thailand. Yongyut presented a short video explaining the work by Cathay Pacific for UNICEF projects in Thailand and welcomed the opportunity for Cathay Pacific to participate in the event.

Dr. Panas, on behalf of the organising committee, also thanked the sponsors for their generous support and acknowledged the work of the organising and working committees in the planning and staging of the event.

Finally, Michael Franklin, tournament director, outlined the program for the tournament on Saturday January 27th, and explained the ‘Four Ball Team Scramble’ format which will be new to many of the Thai golfers taking part. Gratitude was also expressed to the many sponsors of the tournament, and to Tom Cole and the staff at Eastern Star for their considerable help and co-operation. Franklin emphasized the excellent quality of the Robert Trent Jones Jnr. course at Eastern Star which, with the other resort facilities available, makes it the ideal venue for the Anand Invitational. In closing, Franklin commented, “We are delighted at the response and support from the sponsors, and the fact that the team places were quickly filled.”

Anand, after inviting questions from the media, closed the press conference and thanked those present for attending.

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Paul Kraft takes no prisoners

Three Sisters Golf

The Three Sisters Golf group met as usual at Siam on Monday. The group has steadily grown over the last few weeks to where competition is getting stiffer. It is hoped that the competition stays on course, as it was intended that all golfers playing remember that it was only intended as an informal golf gathering to have FUN!

As it was, fun we had, as Paul Kraft demolished the field with 45 Stableford points. Paul took no prisoners as he went around the golf course and shot a 38 on the back nine. Although he was seen on the wrong fairways at times, Paul managed to recover on his second shots to shoot 81 gross.

Dene Mundy gave a credible chase with 40 points. This would have normally won the day’s bragging rights but due to Paul’s incredible score, Dene had no chance. The only thing that Dene did manage was to smooth out his putting jab which helped in his scoring. His golfing partners were surprised as the putter was not jerking and stabbing at its normal rate.

Coming in a distant third was Bill Jones and Don Ratcliffe with 38 points each. They both made a valiant effort but the leaders were in too good a shape for the day. John Moore, who won last week’s bragging rights, came in next with 37 points but could not repeat as the winner.

There were also a couple of competitions within the competition as the discussion raged around the table. It seems that Bob Moberg kicked Billy Fain’s butt as they recounted scores and shots that were or were not made around the course. It seemed that Billy forgot some of the shots that he took or something along those lines. Anyway, Bob’s voice could be heard admonishing Billy on his shots.

At the other end of the table, Vic Cross and Jimmy Little were having their own little discussion on how their games went. After checking the cards I noticed that Jimmy must have won the argument since he beat Vic by one Stableford point (34 to 35). After a few beers and a bit more bragging, the golfers left for destinations unknown.

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Lill and Preddy lead the way at Rayong

IPGC Pattaya Golf Society from the Bunker

On Tuesday, 16th January, twenty-eight golfers from the Bunker trod the well worn path to the links-type course at Century Rayong. Division one golfers played medal and division two played Stableford.

In division one, Ken “Exocet” Lill returned to form with a fine net par round to take the top prize. He was followed by IPGC Champion, Darren Robson, who shot a tremendous net 73 off the back tees. In third place was birthday boy Harry Cowan who carded a net 76. Happy birthday Harry!

In division two, John Preddy gritted his gums to produce a “J. P. Special” and take top spot with 36 points, narrowly beating Paul Hartley, who scored 35 points. Third place went to the lovely Viv Lill, who showed that the Bunker girls are also in fine form by returning 34 Stableford points.

Nearest-the-pin awards went to Tom “Wee Willy” Waldron, Peter MacKay, Derek George and Bo Ahlgren.

Catch up on all the latest “Bunker Boys” news online at

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Big week for Ebrahim

PSC Golf from Cafe Kronborg

Monday, January 15 - Noble Place (stroke play)

Ebrahim took 1st place in the A flight with a net 72 on Monday January 15 as PSC Golf from the Cafe Kronborg went to Noble Place. Frank Sherratt and Steiner Eidass, with net 74s, followed in 2nd and 3rd place.

Frank Ejking took the B flight with a stupendous net 64! Herb Scwietermann finished second with net 68 and Frank Wathy third with net 70.

Near pins were: A6 Johann Reynisson, B2 Kris Helgason, and B5 Frank Sharrattt.

Thursday, January 18 - Khao Kheow Country Club (Stableford)

Ebrahim took the A flight for the second time this week with 37 points. Don Richardson finished second with 36 points, followed by Serge Stretton third with 35 and Alan Dornan fourth, also with 35 points.

Aase Hembo took the B flight with 41 points. Second was Herb Swietrmann with 38, Kath Pritchard was third with 33 and Pete Galle was fourth with 32 points.

Near pins: A3 Margit Maas, A5 Kath Pritchard, B3 Don Richardson, B8 Alan Dornan

Long putts: A9 Udo Wack and B9 Pete Galle

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Fitness Tips

by David Garred
Club Manager Dusit Resort Sports Club

G’day readers,

Feedback this week from last time’s column has lead me to believe that quite a few of you want to take a closer look at some of the things that I brought up. Weight loss general tips at this time of year are the most pertinent but in the interests of you achieving the fastest and best results in the safest and most effective way please go over the stretching tips as well.

Always remember, before commencing an exercise programme, consult your physician and get started with the advice of a registered health & fitness professional.

Weight Loss Tips

* Perform a half-hour of cardiovascular exercise daily. If you are just starting a fitness routine - just start walking!

* Train with weights 3 to 5 times per week to speed up your metabolism and improve your lean body mass as opposed to your fat mass.

* Eat often – six small meals per day is advisable, starting when you wake up. Try to space your meals three hours apart.

* Include fruit, vegetables and/or protein bars (with low carbohydrates) as a snack. A snack can count as a meal.

* Try not to eat the same things every day. Vary your meals so that your calorie intake fluctuates somewhat.

* Consume protein at every sitting and eat most of your carbohydrates early in the day, so that they burn off by evening.

* Try not to eat past 8 p.m. (sounds like gremlins).

* Drink 2 liters of water daily. If you can’t - do your best. Avoid juices, milk and regular beer. Light beers are OK and the only hard liquor should be vodka & club soda – lowest calories.

Cheat on your diet one day per week. That’s right, you heard me. One day per week, the same day every week, from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. - Cheat! Eat whatever you want, as much as you want and have no guilt. This will help your weight loss by easing your mind and tricking your body’s metabolism and avoid plateauing. Look forward to that cheat day, live for it, buy ONLY once per week - Monday through Saturday is by the book.

Stretching: after all training sessions have finished, 20 seconds per stretch is fine initially. Please remember not to bounce into any stretch and, as with weight lifting, when stretching, as you put resistance onto your body, always exhale as the resistance comes on. Please perform the stretches in this order, as this will allow you greater ease of access to the muscle fibers as well as the nerve endings of the large muscle groups.

1. Gluteus. Sitting down, 1 leg straight out in front of your body with the other leg crossed over and bent up clos   e to your chest. Wrap both arms around this bent leg to feel a stretch in your behind. Hold 1 leg for 20 seconds then change. As you progress you can lift the bent leg for greater effectiveness by keeping your back straight and leaning back.

2. Calf (back of lower leg) & Hamstring (back of upper leg). 1 leg forward, held straight, back leg bent and supporting body weight. Front foot’s toes up as high as possible and push hips back to feel stretch in the back (hamstring) of the front leg as well as the back, lower section of that leg. Keep your back straight and your head up. Swap legs and repeat after 20 seconds.

3. Quadriceps (front of thigh) & Hip Flexor (front of hip). Standing up, take 1 long stride forward and stop. Bend both knees and keep your hands to the sides for balance, tuck your hips under and push them forward. You should feel a stretch in the hip above your back leg as well as the front of the same side thigh. Swap legs and repeat after 20 seconds.

4. Back and rear shoulder. Sit with your legs together and your knees bent so they are up almost under your chin. Wrap your arms under your thighs and hold onto your elbows. Curving your spine back, slowly push back, keeping your chin up and exhale as you push back. Hold for 20 seconds then relax.

5. Chest and front shoulder. Standing up, take your hands behind your back and clasp them together, straighten your arms, push your shoulders back and slowly lift your arms back until you feel a comfortable stretch in the front of your shoulders or even your chest. Exhale as you lift your hands back and keep your head up. Hold for 20 seconds then relax.

6. Side shoulder. Hold your right arm straight out to the side, keeping it straight move it to cross over your chest, use the left hand to hold above the right elbow and pull the right arm into your chest. Keep your right arm at shoulder height for 20 seconds then change.

7. Neck. Arms by your sides, back straight, either seated or standing, slowly lower your right ear towards your right shoulder until you feel a comfortable stretch. Keep you head neutral and slowly change sides. No need to go forward or backwards. Only using the weight of your head, please don’t use your hands to pull your head lower than it would naturally go.

Go for your life! You’ll be better for it.

Carpe’ Diem

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Dome atop Mickey Mouse

Pleasure Dome won the week 9 battle of Mickey Mouse titans over Yorkie to remain undefeated and atop the league standings. Yorkie was, and still is, Pleasure Dome’s closest rival in the league, but the loss put them two games back.

In other week 9 action, Rising Sun won the match but lost the beer to Mick’s Place, Palmer’s swept match and beer over Cheers, and Smugglers Rest remained winless after losing the match against Devonshire. The Smugglers did win the beer leg, though.

Tim from Rising Sun has the league’s highest out to date, 140. Ian from Yorkie has put together two perfect 180s, whilst Shane from Rising Sun has done it once.

This week (26/1) sees Pleasure Dome v Rising Sun, Mick’s Place v Smugglers Rest, Devonshire v Cheers, and Palmer’s v Yorkie.

League Table

  Won  Lost  B/L U10s

Pleasure Dome
Rising Sun
Mick’s Place
Smugglers Rest





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Pinky feels Perky at Pattaya

IPGC Pattaya Golf Society with the Bunker

On Friday, 17th January, twenty-seven golfers from the Bunker travelled to Pattaya C.C. for a medal competition. As usual the field was divided into two divisions and the course was well prepared with lightning fast greens! These proved the undoing of two regular Bunker Boys, John Preddy and Len Jones, who proceeded to card their highest scores of the year!

In division two, Tony “Pinky” Callen shot an amazing net 65 to win his first tournament. He later recalled that it was the day when everything went right, which is unusual for him. In second spot was John Hopkins with a net 70 and in third place, equalling net par were John Cahill and Brian Bradley.

In division one, Ray Ryan scored a net 71 to secure top spot, one shot ahead of the joint second place winners, Harry Cowling and the Exocet, Ken Lill.

Nearest-the-pin awards went to Viv Lill, John Harris, Ken Lill and Michael Dige.

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For Skydivers

From February 16 until March 4, Exotic Sky Adventures is ready to take off with another skydive adventure. This time, skydivers who participate will be dazzled when stepping ground on the third largest island in the world: Borneo. The DZ will be near the airport in Kota Kinabalu, the State of Sabah. The Malaysian Air Force will be flying the skydivers in their Hercules C130 aircraft and dropping them from 13,000 feet.

There is also a possibility for tandem jumping, and there are parachutes for rent there (only for experienced skydivers). Interested jumpers can contact Patrick, tel. (038) 720 300 or mobile: 01/687 24 10, or e-mail: [email protected] 

This is a civilian event.

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Three Sisters holds on to lead

Pattaya Soports Club Friday Bowling League

With only a few weeks to go the surprising Three Sisters team is not letting anyone gain on them. With La (Bowling Chairperson) not bowling because a case of food poisoning, and Jim, Ken Crow, Rick and Duck missing due to the PSC Charity Classic Golf Tournament, many teams were bowling undermanned.

Three Sisters, however, didn’t miss a step and took three points from second place TQ 1 Bob. Captain Suda, TQ 1 Bob, bowled a 234 game, 539 series and Jah, Three Sisters answered with games of 205 and 207 and a 559 series.

Lewiinski’s took three points from Cafe Ole and moved up to a tie for second place.

Cafe Kronborg, behind great bowling by Captain Kran, 193-169-223, 585 series, and Lek chipping in with a 200 game, won 3 points from Snowman.

Captain Mio, House of the Golden Coin, with a fantastic 605 series, 176-192-237, turned in the best bowling of the day. Peter chipped in with a 207 game and House of the Golden Coin won three points from VFW Post 9876.

Team Standings 

Points  19 Jan 

Three Sisters
TQ 1 Bob
Cafe Kronborg
Cafe Ole
House Of The 
Golden Coin
VFW Post 9876

65.5 - 46.5
60 - 52
60 - 52
59 - 53
57 - 55
52 - 60

50.5 - 61.5
44 - 68

3 - 1
1 - 3
3 - 1
3 - 1
1 - 3
3 - 1

0 - 4
3 - 1



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