The Pattaya Press Association held a charity bowling night on Oct. 20 to help raise funds to support the year-round charitable activities of the association.
The event took place at Blu-O Rhythm & Bowl at The Avenue shopping mall in Pattaya and was presided over by Naris Niramaiwong, Banglamung District Chief Officer, Banlue Kullavanijaya, Pattaya Deputy Mayor, and Samart Thongrod, President of the Pattaya Press Association.
Some thirty teams took part, with players coming from many sections of the community, including the public and private sectors, hotel staff and tourists.
The Lawyer Council teams dominated proceedings and took the top two places on the leaderboard with scores of 1,488 and 1,483. The Lions Club Naklua squad came in next in third place on 1,383 points.
The top individual male scores came from Kanot (466) and Naramith (456) while the top female players were Yodthorn, from the Sanctuary of Truth team (456), and Yo and Tu, both from the Lions Club Pratamnak with scores of 383 and 369 respectively.
The booby prize for the lowest score went to Phothisamphan with a 135 total.
The winners received honorable trophies supported by Dr. Santsak (Jaroon) Ngampichet -former Deputy Minister of Public Health, Chanyuth Hengtakul – former Secretary in the Ministry of Education, Poramet Ngampichet – Pattaya Deputy Mayor, Niran Wattanasartsathorn – former Pattaya Mayor, Sopin Thappajug – MD of the Diana Group, senior government officers, local politicians and other honorable guests.