CSAN holds bowling contest
March 9th, 2008 · No Comments
NAGOYA, Saturday, 8 March 2008, 8PM: CSAN Bowling Championship, Spring 2008, was held and organized by the Cambodian Students Association in Nagoya (CSAN) 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, spring 2008, 24 contestants of Cambodian Students, 5 of whom are ladies, from Nagoya University and Toyohashi University of Technology 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, the prize for best team and the most strike male and female competitors.
The contestants, formed in a group of three and a team of 2 groups, play 3 games each in a lane organized by the CSAN committee members in charge of sport activities. As rule, a player with highest average score is rewarded the first, the second and the third in that order, so is the team. For the most strike prizes, no matter how many score they result, they will be rewarded if they get more strike than others.
The first male champion is Mr.Sun Chhunhieng, an LL.M student of Graduate School of Law (GSL), followed by Mr. Nguon Sethykun, a Master student of Graduate School of International Development (GSID), as the second and Mr. Duong Chantha, a Master student of GSID as the third. Then, the female champions are Ms. Seng Hun, an LL.D student of GSL ranked the first, Ms.Sok Lim, a Master student of GSID ranked the second, and Ms.Sambo Somphors, a LL.M student of GSL, the third.
The team, consisting of Mr. Kim Veara, a Master student of GSID, Mr. Son Kimsa, a Bachelor Student of Graduate School of Economics, and Mr. Sammreth Mammoun, a Ph.D student of GSID, Mr. Sun Chhunhieng, Ms. Seng Hun and Dr. Kuong Teilee, an Associate Professor at CALE of Nagoya University, won the best team prize.
Mr. Ya Som Ol, a Ph.D student of Graduate school of Engineering, and again Ms. Seng Hun won the prize of player with most strikes.
After the scores were released and all prizes were rewarded, the contestants together with the cheer leading audience joint the photo taking session.
The competition ended at 11:30pm. They all were so happy and looking forwards to participating in other coming CSAN’s sports events.