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CSAN holds the 4th Bowling Championship

November 25th, 2008 · 1 Comment

CSAN Bowling Championship, Fall 2008, was held and organized by the Cambodian Students Association in Nagoya (CSAN) on Sunday, November 23, 2008, at Hoshigaoka Bowling Centre. The competition, which was initiated in 2007, is one of the association’s sports activities aiming at strengthening health and friendship among not only its members in Nagoya but also all Cambodian students in Japan.

In this season, 21 contestants of Cambodian Students, 7 of whom are ladies, from Nagoya University registered for the competition which offered the prizes of a cup, a silver medal and a bronze medal for the fist, second and third male and female winner, respectively, and the prize for the best team. As rule, a player with highest average score is rewarded the first, the second and the third in that order, so is the team.

The first male champion is Mr. Thath Rido, a research student at the Graduate School of International Development (GSID), followed by Mr. Ngov Penghuy, a graduate from GSID, as the second and Mr. Song Kosal, a doctoral candidate at the Graduate School of Economics (GSE) as the third. Then, the female champions are Ms. Ly Sopheap, an LL.D candidate at the Graduate School of Law (GSL) ranked the first, Ms.Ek Sopheara, a Master student at GSID, the second, and Ms. Chan Sokyeng, a Master student at GSID, the third. The team, consisting of Mr. Thath Rido, Mr. Ngov Penghuy and Ms. Ek Sopheara won the best team prize.

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  • 1 Francisco // Dec 19, 2015 at 12:25 am

    Thank you for keeping us upedtad Connie. I love the pictures do you think we could get some in the crowd shots or what the scene looks like? I hope you blog everyday as I am constantly looking for updates! Have fun!!!

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