Oracle Releases Java 19 New release delivers seven JDK Enhancement Proposals

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Oracle Releases Java 19 New release delivers seven JDK Enhancement Proposals

Oracle Releases Java 19 New release delivers seven JDK Enhancement Proposals

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

New release to increase developer productivity, improve the Java language, and enhance the platform’s performance, stability, and security. Java 19’s key capabilities are to be showcased at JavaOne 2022 in Las Vegas on October 17-20.

Oracle today announced the availability of Java 19, the latest version of the world’s number one programming language and development platform.

Java 19 (Oracle JDK 19) delivers thousands of performance, stability, and security improvements, including enhancements to the platform that will help developers improve productivity and drive business-wide innovation.

Oracle will showcase the latest capabilities in Java 19 at JavaOne 2022, taking place October 17-20 in Las Vegas, and via a keynote broadcast airing on dev.java/ at 9:00 a.m. PT on Tuesday, September 20.

Taveesak Saengthong, managing director, Oracle Thailand, said, “The developer community is the lifeblood of Java. As the steward of Java, Oracle is committed to providing developers and enterprises in Thailand with the latest tools to help them create innovative apps and services. We are confident that the new features and enhancements in Java 19 will boost efficiency for developers and programmers in Thailand, enabling businesses to build great platforms.”

The latest Java Development Kit (JDK) provides updates and improvements with seven JDK Enhancement Proposals (JEPs). Most of these updates are to be delivered as follow-up preview features improving on functionality introduced in earlier releases.

Oracle Releases Java 19 New release delivers seven JDK Enhancement Proposals

JDK 19 delivers language Improvements from OpenJDK project Amber (Record Patterns and Pattern Matching for Switch); library enhancements to interoperate with non-Java Code (Foreign Function and Memory API) and to leverage vector instructions (Vector API) from OpenJDK project Panama; and the first previews for Project Loom (Virtual Threads and Structured Concurrency), which will drastically reduce the effort required to write and maintain high-throughput, concurrent applications in Java.

“Java developers are increasingly seeking tools to help them efficiently build highly functional applications for deployment in the cloud, on-premises, and in hybrid environments,” said Arnal Dayaratna, research vice president, software development, IDC. “The enhancements in Java 19 deliver on these requirements and illustrate how the Java ecosystem is well-positioned to meet the current and future needs of developers and enterprises.”

Oracle delivers new Java Feature releases every six months via a predictable release schedule. This cadence provides a steady stream of innovations while delivering continuous improvements to the platform’s performance, stability, and security, helping increase Java’s pervasiveness across organizations and industries of all sizes.

The most significant updates delivered in Java 19 are:

Updates and Improvements to the Language
JEP 405: Record Patterns (Preview): Enables users to nest record patterns and type patterns to create a powerful, declarative, and composable form of data navigation and processing. This extends pattern matching to allow for more sophisticated and composable data queries.


JEP 427: Pattern Matching for Switch (Third Preview): Enables pattern matching for switch expressions and statements by permitting an expression to be tested against a number of patterns. This allows users to express complex data-oriented queries concisely and safely.

Library Tools
JEP 424: Foreign Function and Memory API (Preview): Enables Java programs to more easily interoperate with code and data outside of the Java runtime. By efficiently invoking foreign functions (i.e., code outside the Java Virtual Machine [JVM]), and by safely accessing foreign memory (i.e., memory not managed by the JVM), this API enables Java programs to call native libraries and process native data via a pure Java development model. This results in increased ease of use, performance, flexibility, and safety.

JEP 426: Vector API (Fourth Incubator): Enables superior performance compared to equivalent scalar computations by expressing vector computations that reliably compile at runtime to vector instructions on supported CPU architectures.

Ports

JEP 422: Linux/RISC-V Port: Sets the stage for easier Linux/RISC-V implementations by integrating this port into the JDK mainline repository.


Project Loom Preview/Incubator Features
JEP 425: Virtual Threads (Preview): Dramatically reduces the effort of writing, maintaining, and observing high-throughput concurrent applications by introducing lightweight virtual threads to the Java Platform. Using virtual threads allows developers to easily troubleshoot, debug, and profile concurrent applications with existing JDK tools and techniques.


JEP 428: Structured Concurrency (Incubator): Streamlines error handling and cancellation, improves reliability, and enhances observability by simplifying multithreaded programming and treating multiple tasks running in different threads as a single unit of work.


Driving Java Innovation in the Cloud
The Java 19 release is the result of extensive collaboration between Oracle engineers and other members of the worldwide Java developer community via the OpenJDK Project and the Java Community Process (JCP). In addition to new enhancements, Java 19 is supported by Java Management Service – an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) native service – that provides a single pane of glass to help organizations manage Java runtimes and applications on-premises or on any cloud.

Supporting Java Customers
The Oracle Java SE Subscription is a pay-as-you-go offering that provides customers with best-in-class support, entitlement to GraalVM Enterprise, access to the Java Management Service, and the flexibility to upgrade at the pace of their businesses. This helps IT organizations manage complexity, contain costs, and mitigate security risks. In addition, Java SE and GraalVM Enterprise are offered free of charge on OCI, enabling developers to build and deploy applications that run faster, better, and with unbeatable cost performance on Oracle Cloud.  

Underscoring Java’s popularity with the global developer community, Oracle is proud to recognize the 1 millionth completed Java certification. Java certifications help developers stand out as Java experts and raise their profiles with enterprises seeking to attract highly skilled Java professionals.

Oracle Releases Java 19 New release delivers seven JDK Enhancement Proposals

SLEEK EV officially debuts in Thailand, eyes having battery swapping stations nationwide in 2023

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SLEEK EV officially debuts in Thailand, eyes having battery swapping stations nationwide in 2023

SLEEK EV officially debuts in Thailand, eyes having battery swapping stations nationwide in 2023

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

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SLEEK EV, a leading Thai-Singaporean electric motorcycle manufacturer, recently launched its brand for the first time in Thailand, aiming to penetrate the Thai market with four models: SLEEK TYPE-V, TYPE-V GT, TYPE-S and SLEEK ONE. Reservations started in June.

The company aims to launch three more models next year as well as establish battery swapping stations nationwide to improve their users’ mobility experience, with the emphasis in their motto of creating a “Lifestyle in Motion”. 

Kantinan Tunveenukoon, Co-Founder and Group CEO of Sleek EV Company Limited, said “Today SLEEK is ready to improve the travel and lifestyle of modern people with high-efficiency electric motorcycles with solid performance, backed by comprehensive one-stop service centres, battery swapping stations, and financial services. We are committed to our goal of creating innovation and products that fulfill the lifestyle of everyone.”

SLEEK EV officially debuts in Thailand, eyes having battery swapping stations nationwide in 2023

SLEEK EV has introduced two models in the home scooter segment namely TYPE-S and SLEEK ONE, which are suitable for city use thanks to their compact size. Meanwhile, in the urban scooter segment, the company also launched TYPE-V and TYPE-V GT, which have more power and are suitable for long-distance travelling. The TYPE-V model features a 3,000-watt motor and 60V 70Ah Lithium NMC battery, capable of speeds up to 80km/h and priced at 129,000 baht. The TYPE-GT V model comes with a 4,000-watt Mid-Drive Motor, reaching speeds up to 100km/h with a full digital display, priced at 149,000 baht.

SLEEK EV officially debuts in Thailand, eyes having battery swapping stations nationwide in 2023
SLEEK EV officially debuts in Thailand, eyes having battery swapping stations nationwide in 2023

At the SLEEK launch event, the company also introduced the S Pods and the S Pods Home battery swapping stations. The network of stations will be available at gas stations, shopping malls, restaurants, and coffee shops, within 7-9km apart. SLEEK aims to roll out in Bangkok first, with a target of 225 locations by the end of 2023. Users can use SLEEK mobile application to get their vehicle information, and locate service centres and S Pods stations.

SLEEK EV also announced business partnerships with Bosch Thailand, who will support the SLEEK’s electric motorcycle development, and with Pro Concept Manufacturer (PCM) who will jointly establish a motorcycle assembly and battery manufacturing factory in Thailand.

SLEEK EV officially debuts in Thailand, eyes having battery swapping stations nationwide in 2023

SLEEK EV has also partnered with Bank of Ayudhya, which operates under the framework of Environmental, Social, and corporate Governance (ESG), to provide loans with exclusive interest rates to SLEEK customers.

SLEEK EV officially debuts in Thailand, eyes having battery swapping stations nationwide in 2023

SLEEK EV now has authorized distributors in 22 provinces and expects to have service centres and dealerships nationwide within the first quarter of 2023. The company is committed to developing Thailand’s electric motorcycle industry and promoting the use of renewable energy according to its slogan of ‘Lifestyle in Motion.’

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Plus Property showcases its Sole Agent portfolio for 2022, comprising 13 projects worth 12.4 billion baht

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Plus Property showcases its Sole Agent portfolio for 2022, comprising 13 projects worth 12.4 billion baht

Plus Property showcases its Sole Agent portfolio for 2022, comprising 13 projects worth 12.4 billion baht

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

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Reasserting its stance of being a professional partner for the client

Plus Property proudly presents its sole agent business results for this year, spanning 13 property projects on highlight locations in Bangkok and the provinces. Sukhumvit, Ari, Sathon and Ratchada are some of the locations with high potential in Bangkok. In the provinces, PLUS has been managing projects in tourist destinations such as Hua Hin and Phuket. In total, 12.4 billion baht of project value is being managed this year. PLUS is also highlighting the trust that clients have given to the company’s professionalism. This is due to the availability of a seasoned sales team, accurate database and analysis capability and insight into market and consumer demands.

PLUS is confident the property market will become revitalized in the final quarter of the year because of supporting momentum from the tourism sector. The company is expanding its clients base by taking on sales management contracts from developers in provinces that have good potential, such as the tourism destinations of Hua Hin and Phuket. 

Plus Property showcases its Sole Agent portfolio for 2022, comprising 13 projects worth 12.4 billion baht

Ms. Somsakul Limsuttaphan, Deputy Managing Director – Business Development and Asset Management Department, Plus Property Company Limited, the full-service professional property and facility management agency, revealed “PLUS’s project sales management team were entrusted by developers to manage a total of 13 projects, worth 12.4 billion baht in all, in 2022. These include property projects in Bangkok, Hua Hin and Phuket. 70% of the projects were of the condominium and 30% were detached house and townhouse projects. The projects span across all price segments, from affordable projects to luxury offerings. Since the start of the year, PLUS has managed sales and marketing for 7 property projects, namely Quintara Phume in Sukhumvit 39, Quintara Treehaus in Sukhumvit 42, Thawee on Phet Kasem Rd., Dusit D2 Hua Hin, Kalm Penthouse Ari, Park Ram Inthra and MEKA Ramintra. Together, these projects account for 6 billion baht in value. The projects have already achieved an 81% sales ratio, worth 4.8 billion baht. A highlight project is the 440-million-baht Kalm Penthouse Ari where a sold out phenomenon was achieved within just 11 months. MEKA Ramintra is another noteworthy project as it is situated in an area with potential in the heart of the Ram Inthra locale, while being just 1 kilometre away from the Pink Line electric train. Designs were based on the concept “The Pride For Endless Pleasure”. The project consists of 3-storey detached homes built in a modern luxury style that emphasized privacy. Only 24 units were available.”

Plus Property showcases its Sole Agent portfolio for 2022, comprising 13 projects worth 12.4 billion baht

From the final quarter of 2022 to early next year, PLUS will manage sales for 6 other projects that are due to launch. These include Navara Pahonyothin 8, two projects in Phuket, a townhome project in Bangkok’s Ratchaphruek area and the Quintara MHy’ Gen project in the Ratchada-Huai Khwang locale. The latter offers a central city location enabling connectivity to all other sites in Bangkok via Ratchada, all at an approachable starting price of 1.99 million baht*. Furthermore, the Quintara MHy’ Den project in the Pho Nimit-Sathon area will become the 5th project from developer Eastern Star which PLUS has administered sales for.

Plus Property showcases its Sole Agent portfolio for 2022, comprising 13 projects worth 12.4 billion baht

Aside from taking additional sales management contracts in Bangkok, PLUS has also been expanding its clients base toward the provinces, especially toward tourism destinations such as Hua Hin and Phuket. The foreign market is currently making a comeback, with information from the Tourism Authority of Thailand forecasting 7-10 million foreign tourist arrivals this year. This would be significantly higher than last year’s figure. Thailand’s full reopening to tourists since July 1 also presents added hope for the revitalization of economic growth. Said revitalization would benefit the recovery of various business sectors in Thailand, especially those within the tourism sector. All the while, the Thai real estate market has been receiving positive signals from the tourism sector.

Plus Property showcases its Sole Agent portfolio for 2022, comprising 13 projects worth 12.4 billion baht

Plus Property places importance in being a “partner” to clients and highlights several advantages of its sales management service. PLUS pays keen attention to the requirements of developers and has insight into market demands. Key success cases have enable the company to continually gain the trust of clients, who allowed PLUS to continue managing sales for them. An example is Eastern Star Real Estate Plc., which is currently having PLUS manage sales for the 5th time. Meanwhile, the Enrich group has submitted two projects for PLUS’s management. Plus Property offers total solution services, including sole agent service that provides developers with consultation at every step of the way, from initialization of project development to design, marketing and sales. PLUS continually develops the capabilities of its sales personnel so they can perform as professional advisors who are knowledgeable and able to provide accurate target group and market assessments and are also able to act as investment advisors. PLUS’s research team makes use of data analytics to improve on sales and engage the CRM system to determine the real demand of consumers. This is achieved in part using the Customer Journey initiative. The information attained is presented to the client developer.

Plus Property showcases its Sole Agent portfolio for 2022, comprising 13 projects worth 12.4 billion baht

Plus Property is a full-service professional property and facility management agency. PLUS is able to provide sales management service for all types of residential projects, delivered by its team of personnel that leverages experience spanning more than 25 years. For more information, call 02 688 7555 or visit https://www.plus.co.th/service/sole-agent

Plus Property showcases its Sole Agent portfolio for 2022, comprising 13 projects worth 12.4 billion baht

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Liverpool Legends claim bragging rights over Man United

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Liverpool Legends claim bragging rights over Man United

Liverpool Legends claim bragging rights over Man United

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

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Liverpool Legends claimed bragging rights over their Manchester United counterparts with a 2-1 victory at Anfield on last Saturday

In an entertaining charity match for the LFC Foundation, in association with Forever Reds, Bulgarian striker Dimitar Berbatov put the visitors ahead.

But second half goals from Mark Gonzalez and Florent Sinama-Pongolle saw the Reds come from behind to seal the win.

Having won the opening leg 3-1, Liverpool ended up 5-2 winners on aggregate to earn the title of ‘Legends of the North’.

Liverpool Legends claim bragging rights over Man United
Liverpool Legends claim bragging rights over Man United
Liverpool Legends claim bragging rights over Man United

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Three “Big Sisters” to Compete in 8th SAT-TWT Open

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Three “Big Sisters” to Compete in 8th SAT-TWT Open

Three “Big Sisters” to Compete in 8th SAT-TWT Open

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

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Thai Women’s Professional Golf Association’s “Big Sisters” Patcharajutar Kongkraphan, Porani Chutichai and Wannasiri Sirisampant are among star players signing up for the eight circuit of the Bt2.5 million SAT-TWT Open Road to World Ranking which starts on Tuesday at the Rayong Green Valley Country Club.

The three Thai WPGA Player Council committees spearhead this week’s stella field of entrants which also include Arpichaya Yubol, who just won the season-ending Thailand Mixed event in Lumphun a fortnight ago, 2018 LET Thailand Championships winner Kanyalak Preedasuttijit and rising stars Ornkank Sroisuwan, Phannarai Meesom-us and Sasikarn Somboonsap. 

By winning all five her latest domestic starts, three on the Thai WPGA Tour, Patcharajutar or P.K. is unquestionably the one to watch at the at par 72 6,378-yard Rayong Green Valley where she last played more than two decades ago.
“The last time I played on this course, I should be around 8,” said P.K., currently on the top of the Thai WPGA Tour Order of Merit standings. “Although I have won several tournaments in a row, I still have to improve my game,” said the 30-year-old player from Khon Kaen.
“Seeing the progress of my game on a daily basis is a success. My plan is to focus on one shot at a time,” added the former world top 80 player.

Former Japan LPGA Tour player Porani admitted that she has been out of practice lately due to her new role as a manager for young players.

“I haven’t competed much lately as I have to take care of many young players and sometimes have to carry the bag for them. But it’s quite fun with this new phrase of my life. To be honest, I’ve come to this tournament just to have fun. I feel quite relaxed that I don’t have to worry about the outcome like before,” said the 36-year-old player.

Three “Big Sisters” to Compete in 8th SAT-TWT Open

In regard to her position as the Thai WPGA “Big Sister”, she said: “It’s a very nice thing that the association sets up this council and welcomes opinions from the players. By joining hands and move forward together, we can help elevate Thai women’s golf to a higher level.”

As one of the Player Council committees, Wannasiri said: “The association has done excellent jobs over the past seven circuits although there might be some minor problems. The association has been moving in the right direction. And I firmly believe that they can do even better.”

Twenty-year-old Arpichaya will be making her third attempt on the SAT-TWT Open this season. She finished runner-up three times (two in the first and second circuits last year) including a lone second-place finish (lost to P.K. by five strokes in the final) at Kabinburi Sport Club earlier this month.

Three “Big Sisters” to Compete in 8th SAT-TWT Open

“I’m getting more confident with my game. I’ve been able to bring about my high level of play and produce some great results. The hard work starts paying off especially on my short game,” said Arpichaya who finished at fifth at this course when she played a Thailand Mixed event in May.

The eighth SAT-TWT Open, one of the 10 events of the 2021-2022 season, will be competed in a three-day stroke-play format. After 36 holes, top 60 and ties will move ahead to the final round where they will battle it out for the winner’s prize money of Bt367,500.

Three “Big Sisters” to Compete in 8th SAT-TWT Open

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Mink picks up world mixed doubles snooker title with Aussie Robertson

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Mink picks up world mixed doubles snooker title with Aussie Robertson

Mink picks up world mixed doubles snooker title with Aussie Robertson

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

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The Thai-Australian snooker pair of Nutcharut “Mink” Wongharuthai and Neil Robertson were crowned World Mixed Doubles champions on Sunday.

The duo beat the British pair of Mark Selby and Rebecca Kenna 4-2 in the final at Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes, Britain.

It was sweet revenge for the Thai-Aussie duo who had lost to Selby and Kenna in the round-robin stage before suffering another loss — 3-1 to England’s Ronnie O’Sullivan and Reanne Evans.

However, Nutcharut and Robertson beat England’s Judd Trump and Hong Kong’s Ng On Yee 4-0 to make the final.

Nutcharut and Robertson earned 60,000 pounds (about 2.4 million baht) prize money. This is Nutcharut’s second world title, having earlier won the World Women’s Snooker Championship.

The 2022 event was the first World Mixed Doubles Championship to be staged since 1991.
The event featured the world’s top four men and top four women. The teams were selected via a draw on August 6. The pairs were: Neil Robertson and Nutcharut Wongharuthai; Ronnie O’Sullivan and Reanne Evans; Judd Trump and Ng On-yee; Mark Selby and Rebecca Kenna. The tournament followed a round-robin format, four-frame matches, followed by the final between the top-two placed teams. The team members made alternate visits to the table rather than playing alternate shots.

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Atthaya holds her nerve in dramatic playoff for second title on LPGA Tour

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Atthaya holds her nerve in dramatic playoff for second title on LPGA Tour

Atthaya holds her nerve in dramatic playoff for second title on LPGA Tour

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

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Young Thai golf professional player Atthaya Thitikul on Sunday pipped American Danielle Kang to win the 54-hole Walmart NW Arkansas Championship.

It was the second time this year that the 19-year-old Thai teenage phenomenon had prevailed in a playoff on the LPGA Tour.

Atthaya shot 17-under and then beat Kang on the second extra hole after a final-round shootout that saw birdies, chip-in eagles, a couple of nervy misses, and a total of 15 players within five shots of the lead.

Atthaya, who shot 61 on Saturday and started the final round on Sunday with a one-shot lead, got off to a slow start, bogeying the par-5 second hole.

She made the turn at even par on the day. But she turned things around on the back nine with three birdies, none bigger than the 20-footer she rolled in on the par-3 17th. Atthaya didn’t realise it at the time, but that putt was to tie the lead with Kang.

“I didn’t see a leaderboard until 18,” Atthaya said. “I thought a par would be good enough [for the win].”

A playoff began on the par-3 15th, which sits next to the 18th green. Both players made pars and moved on to the difficult par-4 16th.

Atthaya hit a clutch approach shot to 8 feet from 153 yards. She drained that putt for birdie and the win.

“On the second hole [of the] playoff, I had a chance to make a birdie, because it was not that far. Then, in my mind, I just told myself, ‘Do your best, even if it’s not going in. Just do the best you can,” Atthaya said.

Earlier in the year, Atthaya had won the JTBC Classic presented by Barbasol, also in a playoff. She was also the 2021 Player of the Year on the Ladies European Tour.

With the latest victory, she is projected to jump to No. 4 in the LPGA’s season-long Race to the CME Globe.

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Thailand stun Trinidad and Tobago to salvage pride in King’s Cup

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Thailand stun Trinidad and Tobago to salvage pride in King’s Cup

Thailand stun Trinidad and Tobago to salvage pride in King’s Cup

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

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Thailand won back pride – and 2 million baht – after claiming third place at the 48th King’s Cup with a 2-1 win over Trinidad and Tobago in Chiang Mai on Sunday.

The War Elephants made up for their loss against arch-rivals Malaysia with an upset win over a Caribbean side who lie 10 places above them in the FIFA world rankings.

Midfielder Channarong Promsrikaew bagged his first goal for Thailand in the 21st minute, slotting home after Trinidad and Tobago keeper Marvin Phillip deflected a shot into his path. But Kareem Moses levelled from a corner in the 61st minute, his header deflecting into the net off defender Kritsada Kaman.

Thailand stun Trinidad and Tobago to salvage pride in King’s Cup

As home fans at the 700th Anniversary Stadium grew anxious at the prospect of a second successive defeat, Supachok Sarachat found himself in space on the edge of the Trinidad and Tobago area. Wrapping his foot around the ball, he sent it curling just inside the post to grab the decisive goal.

Thailand stun Trinidad and Tobago to salvage pride in King’s Cup

He also secured the bonus of 2 million baht that manager Nualphan Lamsam had promised to pay the players if they won. Nualphan wants Thailand to improve their FIFA world ranking of 111th.

Thailand stun Trinidad and Tobago to salvage pride in King’s Cup

Meanwhile, Tajikistan were crowned King’s Cup champions after beating Malaysia 3-0 in a penalty shootout on Sunday night.

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Their Majesties congratulate Thai spikers on thrilling victory

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Their Majesties congratulate Thai spikers on thrilling victory

Their Majesties congratulate Thai spikers on thrilling victory

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2022

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Their Majesties the King and the Queen have congratulated the Thailand team for beating Turkey in their first match of the FIVB Volleyball Women’s World Championship on Saturday night.

The King’s Principal Private Secretary ACM Satitpong Sukvimol confirmed that Their Majesties had watched the match and enjoyed the Thai victory.

Thailand fought back to clinch the thrilling match 3-2 (17-25, 31-29, 22-25, 25-19, 15-13) and get their World Championships campaign off to a winning start in the Netherlands.

Satitpong said Their Majesties had instructed him to phone Danai Sriwatcharamethakul, Thailand’s head coach, to relay a message of admiration for the team.

World No 14 Thailand had impressed Their Majesties with the hard-fought victory over a Turkish side ranked sixth in the world, Satitpong added.

Their Majesties also wished the Thai spikers success in the tournament and encouraged them to bring fame to Thailand.

The Thai team next face co-hosts Poland, just three points ahead of them in the world rankings, at 1.30am on Tuesday, Thai time.

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Thailand conquer Turkey in thrilling opener at volleyball world championship

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Thailand conquer Turkey in thrilling opener at volleyball world championship

Thailand conquer Turkey in thrilling opener at volleyball world championship

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2022

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Thailand defied the odds to beat Turkey 3-2 in a thrilling start to their FIVB Volleyball Women’s World Championship campaign on Saturday night.

Turkey, who are eight places above Thailand in the FIVB world rankings, went into the game as favourites and duly won the first set with a dominating score of 25-17.

However, Chatchu-on Moksri led the fightback as Thailand clawed their way back into the match, held in the Dutch city of Arnhem. The Thais weathered the early assault to win a gruelling second set 31-29, but then paid for their efforts when Turkey pounced in the third to go 2-1 up. But that was as close as the Turks got to victory, with Thailand surging to the winning line and clinching the decider 15-13.

Chatchu-on top-scored with 33 points, piercing Turkey’s defence with three aces on serve, two kill blocks and 28 spikes.

Thailand next take on Poland, who are three points ahead of them in the world rankings. A win for the Thais in Tuesday’s match will see them leapfrog the Poles into 13th place in the world rankings.

Thailand conquer Turkey in thrilling opener at volleyball world championship

Twenty-four nations are competing at the world championships, divided into four groups of six teams. The top four teams from the group stage will qualify for the next round.

Thailand’s 3-2 (17-25, 31-29, 22-25, 25-19 and 15-13) win against Turkey earned them two points in Group B, which also features Dominican Republic, South Korea and Croatia.

Workpoint TV channel 23 will live broadcast Thailand vs Poland from 1.15am on Tuesday, Thai time.

Thailand conquer Turkey in thrilling opener at volleyball world championship

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