Heavy rain does not spoil the fun
PSC 21st Members Open
The Pattaya Sports Club’s 21st Members Open has been a long time in
the planning, in conjunction with the main sponsor, The Horseshoe Point
Resort and Country Club, in order to make this a prestigious and well
received event for both organisations.
The last third of the
field were caught in heavy rain.
The sum result of the massive amount of organisation by
both the management of The Horseshoe Point Resort and Country Club, and
the Pattaya Sports Club under the leadership of its Golf Chairman, was
that the event would be held at Siam Country Club on Friday, 21st August.
Booking in from 08:00 hrs, first tee off time would be 09:00 hrs using
both tees, and after completion of the round the competitors would go to
the sumptuous surroundings of Horseshoe Point and the ‘World of the
Horse’ for the buffet and presentation. The best laid plans of mice and
men? But why not!
The morning started nicely, a little cloudy but cool
and perfect weather and arriving at Siam we were met with two courteous
members, one from each organisation, who efficiently explained the system
and we were given a card with the details of the days itinerary plainly
laid out for all to see. Now for the real test, so on to the first tee and
so to battle.
Kassermeier, C flight winner.
The course was in as fine a condition as I have seen it
and of particular notice was the condition of the greens which were well
cut with clearly defined, lined, holes so that one realised that a big
effort had been put in by the staff and management of Siam to make the
event special. So special thanks to them.
The day got under way, on the first and tenth tees,
with instructions from Herbie the P.S.C. Golf Chairman not to lose the
people in front and not to be slow or he would not be happy with us, and
you don’t want Herbie upset with you. So most got a move on particularly
later in the morning as the rain clouds started to gather. Surely it
wasn’t going to rain on Herbie’s parade? Well, yes it was and not only
rain but pouring down as the heavens opened. If there’s one advantage to
starting early its that you can miss the rain and so it proved, with maybe
the last third of the field coming in like drowned rats, but I saw very
few long faces as at least here in Thailand the rain is warm and the beer
Kraft, B flight winner.
As the Stableford results started to come in from the
86 competitors, who were split into three equal flights, it became obvious
that each of the flights had its own characteristics, and that a lot of
countbacks were going to be needed.
The A Flight with the best golfers had the lowest point
scores, as it should be as they have the least percentage of improvement
in them, but at the top it was very tight with first and second decided on
countback and third only a point behind on a three way countback. So the
winner of the A flight with 39 points was Rick Evans beating Garry
Blackburn also 39 points into second with Gez Tracey squeezing into third
on countback with 38 points and beating Ian Edwards and Bill Thompson out,
both also with 38 points. Exciting and close golf.
Evans, A flight winner.
The B flight was won by Paul Kraft with 40 points, a
clear win and no countback, that was left for second place where three
golfers had 39 points but the countback put Doug Powell into second with
Paul Shortino in third and Frank Pollizotto just losing out. Once again
good tight results.
The C flight once again produced the highest point
scores with three golfers on 42 points and once again it was back to
countback, with Thomas Kassermeier coming out on top as the winner with
Colin Mathers in second place and Earl ‘The Pearl’ Kershaw coming in
third. All good tight head to head stuff.
The special Horseshoe Point competition was won by Khun
Pom with an excellent 43 points.
presentation team: Herbie Ishinaga (left), PSC Golf Chairman and Dennis
Meanwhile the technical prizes were being sorted out
with the long drive for men being won by Jeff Wilie and the long drive for
lady by Khun Noi, the long putt on no 9 by Matt Kirkland and the long putt
on no 18 by Bob Benda.
The nearest the pins meanwhile were as usual proving to
be very competitive and George Bennison, P.S.C. Club Secretary, put his
ball to 2 foot at number 4 to win. At the 8th Derek Brook put his ball so
close he had visions of spending a fortune on drinks at The Horseshoe
Point but as always he was a couple of inches short, so as a Yorkshireman
and careful, was saved. Andy Bettany tells me his near the pin at no 12
was a good shot and Stefan Anderson won at no 16 the most difficult par
Brook with his Nearest to the Pin shot on hole no. 8.
Tough stuff out of the way, off we went to Horseshoe
Point and the opulence of this magnificent establishment and went into the
care of its professional staff. As the rain had been very heavy the
presentation was moved indoors, and it is very nice to see how the other
half live. Then on to the important part of the day, after a hard day on
the golf course what better than to get the nose bag on and have a few
beers and tell tales of ‘if only’ and all the hard luck stories.
Then onto the presentation where welcoming speeches
were made by the management of this ‘Plush Palace’ before the Golf
Chairman and his helpers presented the prizes to the winners. As usual to
the rest fell the chance of a win in the lucky draw, before the singers
and band came on to serenade all as they relaxed after a day well spent.
The Golf Chairman and all participants, would like to
thank in particular The Horseshoe Point Resort and Country Club for their
sponsoring of the day. Also thanks are due to Siam C.C. for a particularly
well presented course, to all Herbie’s hard working helpers, and to the
other sponsors such as Pattaya Sports Club, The Golf Shop, The Blue
Parrot, The Kronborg, Diana Inn, Shenanigans, Tequila Reef and last but
not least Papa Ray.
So another day in Paradise rolled to an end. It
doesn’t get any better than this.
Winner: Rick Evans, 39 points c/b
Second: Gary Blackburn, 39 points
Third: Gez Tracy, 38 points c/b, Ian Edwards & Bill
Winner: Paul Kraft, 40 points
Second: Doug Powell, 39 points c/b
Third: Paul Shortino, 39 points c/b, Frank Polizotto
Winner: Thomas Kassermeier, 42 points c/b
Second: Colin Mathers, 42 points c/b
Third: Earl Kershaw, 42 points
Long Drive Men: Jeff Wilie
Long Drive Lady: Khun Noi
Horseshoe Point: Khun Pom, 43 points
Long Putt: No 9 Matt Kirkland, No 18 Bob Benda
Near Pin: No 4 George Bennison, No 8 Derek Brook,
No 12 Andy Bettany, No 16 Stefan Anderson
At the end of the day the best laid plan worked, and so
to next month.
Pattaya Lions Club holds “Golf Charity 2002” at Siam Country Club
Pattaya Lions Club and the Sattaya Golf Association
organized the “Golf Charity 2002” spearheaded by Wiwat Pattanasin,
club President at the Siam Country Club. There were over 100
participants in the event.
Wisitpong (holding the trophy) winner of the Light Ladies net score, and
other participants in the “Golf Charity 2002” Tournament.
The Golf Charity 2002 aimed to raise funds for
Anti-Drugs campaigns and the “Sight-First” project. “Sight
First” provides funds to treat patients with eye problems. Proceeds
from the charity golf tournament will also target education, provide
school supplies and lunch for disadvantaged children.
The Golf Charity 2002 was divided into 3 levels for
all participants and one for seniors. Winners in all categories received
trophies from HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn.
Somsak Muangkeaw, Saman Jitkul, Manop Maneechan won
the Gross Score flight A, flight B, and flight C respectively.
Pattanasin, President of the Lions Club of Pattaya, presents a
certificate of appreciation to Chanyuth Hengtrakul, a Lions Club member
and a sponsor of the golf tournament.
For the Net Score HDP 1-9, the prize went to Suphan
Poonpirom. HDP 10-17 prize went to Dusit Kitisarakulchai and HDP 18-24
prize went to Chaiwat Chonwisuth. The ‘hole-in- one’ prize went to
R. Adm. Uthai Sukhthiradej. Other prizes were distributed to lucky draw
Distinguished guests from both government and private sectors joined
the awards dinner including V. Adm. Vichai Juthapakdiprasert, Commander
of Sattahip Naval Base, Khun Khajit Hapnanont, Past President of
International Lions Club, and Adm. Suravut Maharom, President of Board
of Advice of the Communication Ministry.
VFW Post 9876 moves into tie for first place
Pattaya Sports Club Friday Bowling League
As expected there are some changes in the standings from
last week, VFW Post 9876 took all four games from Three Sisters and moved
into a tie for first place with Winchester Club which split (2-2) with Nice
& Sleazy, Shakey Pete’s beat Golden Coin all four games and are in
sole possession of third place and only one game behind the leaders, Cafe
Ole beat Cafe Kronborg three to one. This is a very well balanced league,
there are only four games separating the first and sixth place teams.
Over 200 Bowlers were Kran, Toy and Porn
Joe Mooneyham wins new car in Monthly Medal
IPGC Golf From Lewiinski - Orchid
Sunday August 11, Green
Valley (Monthly Medal)
Flight: Rick Sharp, 72 net
Flight: Ray Matti, 73 net
Flight: Stan Fry, 73 net
Flight: Joe Mooneyham, 68 net (Monthly Medal Winner)
Flight: Colin Davis, 71 net
Flight: Mike Craighead, 73 net
Near Pins: No. 2 Peter Hall, No. 9 Nick Doyle, No. 12
Mike Craighead & No. 16 Paul Ogilvie.
Just kidding! Joe Mooneyham did win the Monthly Medal
with a sparkling 68 net and he did acquire a brand new Toyota Sport Ryder.
However, while the golfing effort and the vehicle were both beautiful,
they were otherwise not connected. The prize money is more suited for
buying your mates a beer rather than purchasing a new car. Pity. The A
flight podium was shared by Rick Sharp, Ray Matti and Stan Fry. The latter
two held down second and third, respectively, as a result of a countback.
Colin Davis recorded the second best score on the day but was left with
only 2nd Place in B Flight. A
newcomer to victory lane was Philippines visitor Mike Craighead who edged
Frank Sinclair on countback for third place in B Flight. Mike also picked
up a near pin prize.
Medal Winner Joe Mooneyham (center) is being presented the trophy from
Steve Mascari (left), Stan Fry (right) and Steve Donovan (in the
Tuesday August 13, Laem
Chabang C & A – White tees (Stroke/Medal)
1st Place A
Flight: John Emmerson, 66 net
2nd Place A
Flight: Peter Hall, 68 net
3rd Place A
Flight: Graham Davis, 69 net
1st Place B
Flight: Joe Sebastian, 73 net
2nd Place B
Flight, Larry Nicholas, 73 net
3rd Place B
Flight, Richard Garland, 74 net
John Emmerson, playing arguably the toughest nine holes
on the Eastern Seaboard, the Valley “C” Course at Laem Chabang,
fashioned a brilliant gross 76, net 66, tour de force. The low
handicappers of A flight continued the assault on this beautifully
maintained facility as Peter Hall came good for silver with and Graham
Davis took bronze, both bettering their handicaps. The C and A courses
were not as kind to the higher handicappers as the no one in the B field
matched their handicap. However, Joe Sebastian bettered Larry Nicholas on
countback for the top spot. Joe, who only a couple of days before had
retired permanently from golf, was still found winging about his day, that
is, until he was called forward to accept his first place prize. Richard
Garland, a raider from Costa Rica, showed he was acclimating to Pattaya by
taking third place.
Wednesday August 7,
Burapha East Course - Blue Tees (2-Man Greensomes– Stroke/Medal)
Team - John Emmerson & Stan Fry – net 67
Team – Colin Davis & Svein Vistung – net 68
The format for today’s play was two-man Greensomes in
which the two teammates each hit a drive on each hole. They select one of
the drives and then the teammate who did not hit the selected drive, hits
the second shot and they then alternate shots until the ball is holed out.
Team handicap is the average of the two players individual handicaps.
The blend of John Emmerson’s powerful drives and Stan
Fry’s unparalleled short game provided the winning mixture. Their net 67
edged late entrants Colin Davis and Svein Vistung, who entered on a lark
and darn near won the day. Roy and Nancy Wearne, friends of many Pattaya
residents who have labored in Oman, gamely competed and could not fully
appreciate the significance of placing in front of premier golfer, albeit
injured, Steve Mascari and his near-equally talented partner, Kevin Dowd.
Friday August 9, Green
Flight: Larry Nicholas, 36 points
Flight: Stan Fry, 36 points
Flight: Barry Tregurtha, 34 points
Flight: Joe Sebastian, 35 points
Flight: Frank Sinclair, 35 points
Flight: Steve Donovan, 33 points
When guys get hot, they get hot. Only three days before, Joe Sebastian
edged Larry Nicholas on countback. Larry said “the heck with that, I’m
taking my show on the road”. As the field was split this day, Larry’s
15 handicap put him in A Flight and he took advantage of it and beat Stan
Fry on countback for first place. Joe Sebastian, still winging, beat Frank
Sinclair on countback for B Flight. Barry Tregurtha, a long-time Pattaya
visitor/resident, is coming into form only two days after his arrival, as
evidenced by his third place finish in A flight. By a fluke of where the
flights were divided, third place in B Flight fell into Steve Donovan’s
lap. There was some murmuring about how much a fluke it was, given that
Steve, as Golf Manager, sorts out the break in flights. The shot of the
day, especially given the pressure of the situation, was preformed by
Barry’s 16 year-old son and partner, Alex, who canned a twelve footer on
18 for a half in their four-ball match.
Ian Edwards took the bragging rights
PSC Three Sister’s Golf
On Tuesday, Ian Edwards turned the screws on the rest of
the field as he powered his way to win the bragging rights. Ian has been
near the top for the last few weeks and has won the bragging rights many
times before. With a steady game and good putting, Ian did the field in
shooting a score of 40 points.
Edwards took the Bragging Rights at Siam Country Club on August 12 with 40
points. John Nield (left) was holding the bag with 24.
Close on Ian’s heels were Bob Benda and Eddie Rudkin.
Both golfers came in with 39 points. Trying as hard as they could, they
could not catch the front runner, Ian Edwards. I believe that Eddie could
have been influenced by the fact that he had to make it to immigrations to
renew his visa. (Better luck next time Eddie)
Holding the bag this week was a new bag holder. John Nield who joined
The Three Sisters group found the bottom as his game just did not come
together. Coming in with 24 points, John beat the field by 3 strokes for
the bottom spot. I’m sure that John will be concentrating more next week
and will be climbing out of the cellar to get rid of the bag.
Slick Greens at Pattaya Country Club while First Timers stunned at Khao Kheow
P.S.C. Golf From The Cafe Kronborg
Monday August 8 -
Pattaya Country Club (Stroke)
Amid threatening skies twenty keen golfers set fourth
to test their skills at Pattaya Country Club to play a stroke play
competition in two flights, A flight 0 to 19 and B flight 20 and upwards.
runaway winner at Khao Kheow.
Slick greens took all the players by surprise at the
start, but at the end of the day some very good scores were in the winners
circle at the prize giving.
Aussie Pete Dessiax took the A flight with a net 68,
Dave Richardson came second with a net 71, and Paul Jordon third with a
Lady Aussie Jenny O’Donnel took the B flight with a
net 68, second was ‘slammin’ John Swanson on a net 69 beating John
Cahill into third, also net 69, and the unlucky Dr Jay Perrin out of it on
countback but also net 69.
16 - Khao Kheow (Stableford)
The B & C Nines provided the test for the day on
this Pete Dye designed course that can destroy any golfer on a bad day but
when you are playing well can be very rewarding. As one low handicapper
put it, “you can’t hit bad shots and score well, you are challenged
all the way around to produce a good shot, if not you are punished”. The
upside is that on your good days the score you end with is hard earned and
Brenton took 4th place with 29 points at Khao Kheow.
Many of the golfers playing with us were playing the
course for the first time and as they sat in shock in the restaurant at
the end, most declared their desire to return and play better. The course
was testing, the condition quite good, the weather was fine and not too
hot, and the scores were mediocre in the extreme, except for one star
(There’s always one isn’t there?).
So the runaway winner of the day with a superb 40
points was Richard Kubicki, and it’s always nice to win by a street.
Second, way back, was Ebrahim with 32 points, third with 31 points was
Derek Brook, fourth with 29 points was Mark Brenton, fifth with 28 points
was ‘Gentleman’ Barry Kerr beating Dave Evans on countback.
Its always a pleasure to take players to Khao Kheow for the first time
and sit with them afterwards, you don’t often see grown men cry
Harry is Just Champion!
IPGC Pattaya Golf
Society at the Bunker
The Bunker Boys are always up for a challenge and
tackled the awesome prospect of a 36 hole strokeplay tournament at Green
Valley, on 15-16th August, to decide the Club Champion for 2002. The
magnificent trophy was donated by Dale Shier and the first player to drive
off on the first hole was to become the eventual winner. Scores were high
on a windy first day and the leader, with a comfortable net 71, was
Alexander Allan, the Bunker’s “Mr Consistency”. Just a little way
back were Harry Riley (73) and Bryn Jones (74). The challenge of the four
ladies in the field had been all but blown away but Lamun Hanley was still
in with a shout for the second day with net 80, as was Saranya Chaiyanont.
At the other end of the field the usual stragglers were
to be seen, huffing and puffing their way around the course, including the
sadly out-of-touch trio of Dale Shier, Terry Phur and Len Jones. The
second day began in a calmer fashion but the heavens were to open at a
crucial time in the round. The strong wind which was to be the harbinger
of a heavy storm, blew away the chances of Alex Allan with a two hole
horror of 19 shots and Harry Riley took advantage of the errors to post a
score of net 74. The clubhouse leader at that stage was Lamun Hanley, with
her second day net 69. But, at the end of two hard days, the overall
winner was Harry Riley, with a 36 hole total of 147, runner-up was Lamun
with 149 and in third place was Bunker “Rabbit” Brian McNichol with
his net 150.
Individual daily winners were:
Day One: 1. George Meigh 67, 2. Alexander Allan 71, 3.
Harry Riley 73
Day Two: 1. Lamun Hanley 69, 2. Saranya Chaiyanont 70,
3. David Johnson 70
The Bunker Super Sawng award was some consolation for
Alex Allan whilst Neil Cameron thought he was playing stableford and
picked up his ball. He also picked up the Bunker Banana Booby! Other
challengers for the same dubious honour were those players who failed to
sign their scorecards. Full details can be seen at http://www.the
Saranya Enjoys the Life of Riley
Local favourite, Phoenix Golf & Country Club, threw
open its doors to a large group of Bunker Boys and girls on Tuesday, 13th
August, on the occasion of their weekly strokeplay competition. It was
also memorable for being the birthday of Harry Riley and the bubbly Bunker
Boy from Burnley generously sponsored four near pin and two long putt
awards to mark the occasion. Some of the scores on the day were
remarkable, none more so than in the ladies division where Harry’s
lovely partner, Saranya Chaiyanont, fired a lifetime best of net 57 to
easily clinch victory. Former caddy Saranya usually plays off the men’s
tees and this helped her to power her way off the easier ladies tees at
Phoenix. Running in second place was Lamun Hanley firing a superb net 65.
In division one the birthday boy celebrated in style shooting net 66,
comfortably heading Charlie Chen (68) and Colin Wilkes (70). Division two
saw the resurgence of David Johnson who threw off a few weeks bad form to
win with a delightful net 68, just pipping Bryn Jones and the evergreen
Jal “Andy” Anderson who both shot 69. The windy conditions prevented
anyone from recording a two although Dale Shier had four birdie
opportunities. Two of them were good enough to win the near-pin awards on
the Lakes threes, whilst Harry and Mr. Loy were rewarded for their
accuracy on the Mountain threes. Domestic harmony prevailed again with
Harry and Saranya winning the long putts challenge! Pity, though, poor
John Hanley, whose frustrations with life on the Mountain prevented him
from completing his card and his only consolation was the Bunker Banana
Booby. Thank you for a memorable day Harry and Happy Birthday! Follow the
Bunker Boys at http://www.thebunkerboys.com
‘Last orders’ for free drinks on Fabian
Fabian is calling ‘last orders’ for
the 4th Anniversary Thai-Ger
line golf tournament and the opportunity for him to buy you free wine,
beer and soft drinks all evening at the Moon River Pub, Thai Garden
Resort, after the tournament. Playing the championship A & B courses
at Khao Kheow will inevitably work up a thirst for starters, and the
excellent German style buffet to follow will certainly need washing down.
Lots of prizes to be won for good play and for being
lucky in the draw after the prizegiving.
Entry forms are all around at the golf venues. Pick one
up and sign-up at the Thai-Ger Line shop, Soi Chaiyapoon or e-mail Fabian
Dope test demanded
Another season has stated, with all the spills and
thrills of the end of last season. Only this season the stakes are higher,
so much higher that controversy concerning the opening day was the talk of
the town in the Bowling Green. There was mention of performance enhancing
drugs being used as one player especially played like a demon, sending
bowl after bowl down the rink without any mistakes at all. The player in
question will not be named, even though he was named player of the week.
All players were tested and past the dope test with flying colours.
Another talking point was the return of semi professional Bill Jones,
playing for Team Somtam. All you have to do is look at the league table to
see for yourself, the outcome of the opening days play, least said sooner
Match of the week: The Dream Team V Tattan Bar.
Team of the week: Team Somtam.
Player of the week: Bob of The Dream Team.
Please if you want to join the bowling league come and see the club
house and put your name down. The cost of bowling in the league is 300
baht for none members and 150 baht for members. This includes
approximately 2 hours of bowls with all equipment and an excellent all you
can eat buffet. Starting soon is an all Ladies bowling league. Interested?
Come along, if you have never bowled before don’t worry, someone here
will show you how. Drop in any time you will not be disappointed or call
038 720 741 for more information.
Royal Cliff Beach Resort hosts 1st Junior Tennis Championships
The 1st Royal Cliff Beach Resort Junior Tennis
Championships was hailed a grand success following its completion this
past weekend. The two-day event attracted a total of 200 players in five
age categories ranging from eight to sixteen years of age. A total of 190
matches were played during the tournament with boys and girls from all
over Thailand participating.
director of the Royal Cliff Beach Resort, Panga Vathanakul (center) was on
hand to officially open the 1st
Royal Cliff Beach Resort Junior Tennis Championships along with Pattaya
Mail MD, Peter Malhotra (left) and the resorts general manger, Andrew J.
The official opening ceremonies began at 8 a.m. on
Saturday morning, August 10. The competitors braved overcast skies while
the opening speech given Royal Cliff managing director, Panga Vathanakul,
welcomed everyone to the event and especially the juniors taking part,
most of whom arrived in Pattaya the previous night to prepare for two-days
of tough tennis.
Panga told the crowd that while this was the first
Junior Tennis Championship, the Royal Cliff has a wealth of experience in
hosting tennis tournaments, such the Veterans Tennis Tournament over the
last 12 years. The goal of this tournament was to provide opportunity for
young people to develop their skills and is in line with the Royal
Cliff’s policy of promoting further interest in sports.
National Youth champion, Likhit Wonsarod warms up for the opening
“We have also arranged for scholarships and trophies
for the winners and runners-up. I wish you good luck and lots of fun
during the competition,” Panga said.
Following the speech Panga along with the Royal Cliff
Beach Resort general manager, Andrew Wood and Pattaya Mail MD,
Peter Malhotra cut the ribbon to ‘let the games begin’. Then a
traditional ‘Klong Yao’ dance was performed.
one on the court is a rotten tennis ball.’ These young players scramble
to grab their racquets to warm up for their match.
An exhibition match was played with the past Thailand
Youth Tennis Champion Likhit Wonsarod and national team members before the
competition began in earnest.
The 200 budding tennis pros battled it out over 2 days
of round-robin competition until the winners were announced. The awards
ceremony and dinner was held on Sunday evening at the Supper Club.
200 players, and match umpires receive a rousing welcome with the ‘Klong
Yao’ dance signifying the beginning of the tournament.
The Royal Cliff pulled off a very successful event, but
wishes to express gratitude for the support sponsorship provided by Pepsi,
Nestle, UBC, Vanichwattana, Carpet Master, Schmidt Company, King Fisher,
Kanok Furniture, MS Maker & Supply, T.R. N, Shin Holdings which
supplied the tennis balls and Sportmania which supplied the trophies.
Vathanakul, managing director Royal Cliff Beach Resort, presents the
trophy to the winner of the Under 10s Competition, Karanthawut Saowakon.
Plans are already underway for next year’s event in which it hoped
that the tournament will be accredited toward the national youth ranking
in the future.
Andrew J. Wood,
general manger of the Royal Cliff Beach Resort, presents the trophy to
Thas Suwanseang, the runner-up in the Under 8s Competition.
Nick Bauer, resident
manager of the Royal Cliff Beach Resort’s Royal Wing, presents the
trophy to Thanasan Isaraporn, winner in the Under 16s Competition.
stars with the spoils of victory for winning their respective categories
in the 1st Royal Cliff Beach Resort Junior Tennis Championships.
Under 8s Competition Singles
Winner: Natathan Benjasuppawan
Runner-up: Thas Suwanseang
Winner: Thanthorn Kuakunpith
R/up: Chayanit Chairak
Under 10s Competition
Winner: Karanthawut Saowakon
R/up: Thos Peunrasamee
Winner: Kanyapat Narattana
R/up: Napaskorn Seankeaw
Under 12s Competition
Winner: Peerakit Sribudwong
R/up: Sukhawat Talabthong
Winner: Hathiachanok Seanya-Uthod
R/up: Natchanok Seanya-Uthod
Under 14s Competition
Winner: Peerachat Chaipan
R/up: Peerasun Saowakon
Winner Uthumporn Budthra\
R/up: Panchanok Khunpithak
Under 16s Competition
Winner: Thanasan Isaraporn
R/up: Thanakorn Mungkornwong
Winner: Penporn Chanthawannop
R/up: Panchanok Khunpithak