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Thursday, September 17, 2015

Thailand Women's National Soccer Team News


September 17, 2015 - Anootsara Maijarern scores brace in win over Myanmar
"Thailand made a winning start to their qualifying campaign with a 2-1 victory over hosts Myanmar, who had defeated the Thais by an identical margin in the Group Stage of last year’s AFC Women’s Asian Cup. A hugely impressive crowd of just over 22,000 spectators saw Anootsara Maijarern give the Thais a 34th minute lead before doubling the advantage with her second of the game in the 69th minute. Second-half substitute San San Maw gave hope for the home fans when she reduced the deficit four minutes later but there was to be no further scoring as the Thais held out for their first three points." - AFC


June 11, 2015 - Orathai Srimanee & Thanatta Chawong score in win over Ivory Coast
"Thanatta Chawong scored an insurance goal in the 75th minute, which proved the difference, and Thailand beat Ivory Coast, 3-2, in their Women's World Cup group game on Thursday.... Ivory Coast opened the scoring just four minutes in. A corner kick pinballed in the six-yard box until Ange Nguessan was able to get her left foot on it and beat Thailand goalkeeper Waraporn Boonsing for a 1-0 lead. In the 26th minute, Anootsara Maijarern took a seemingly offside long feed on the left wing and passed to Orathai Srimanee, who volleyed it by goalkeeper Dominique Thaimale to even the score. Srimanee made it 2-1 in first half stoppage time, heading home a service from Rattikan Thongsombut. The ball hit the crossbar and came straight down, but review confirmed it completely crossed the goal line. Josee Nahi cut the deficit to one in the 88th minute, but a tying attempt by Christine Lohoues in injury time hit the crossbar and deflected out of bounds." - LA Times

May 27, 2015 - World Cup roster named
  • Goalkeepers: Waraporn Boonsing, Yada Sengyong, Sukanya Chor.Charoenying
  • Defenders: Darut Changplook, Natthakarn Chinwong, Duangnapa Sritala, Warunee Phetwiset, Sunisa Srangthaisong, Khwanruedi Saengchan
  • Midfielders: Ainon Phancha, Pikul Khueanpet, Silawan Intamee, Naphat Seesraum, Oathia Srimanee, Natthaya Duanjanthuek, Anootsara Maijarern, Wilaiporn Boothduang
  • Forwards: Alisa Rukpinij, Nisa Romyen, Taneekarn Dangda, Rattikan Thongsombut, Thanatta Chawong, Kanjana Sungngoen
May 10, 2015 - Kanjana Sung Ngoen & Rattikan Thongsombut star in AFF title win
"Rattikan Thongsombut nailed a late winner as Thailand lifted the AFF Women's Championship for two years in a row after beating Myanmar 3-2 in the final showdown that was played on Sunday night at the Thogn Nhat Stadium in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam.... Showing no let up from their semi-final appearance, Thailand was pushing hard from the get-go as they fielded all their best players that included Sunisa Srangthaisong, Nisa Romyen and also Anootsara Maijarern.But it was to be the hardworking Kanjana Sung Ngoen who caused the most damage to Myanmar's title aspiration with her hard running down the left flank." - The Nation

May 8, 2015 - Nisa Romyen scores brace in win over Vietnam
"A Thai veteran striker made a double in the second semifinal against Vietnam at the 2015 AFF Women's Championship here Friday evening, putting her squad to the final.... In the 30th minute, Vietnamese half-backer Nguyen Thi Tuyet Dung implemented a corner kick with her left leg, her teammate, half-backer Nguyen Thi Lieu, jumped higher than all others to make a thunderous high header, beating Thai goalkeeper Waraporn Boonsing.... Seven minutes after the break, latching onto a long pass from the mid-field, racing past two Vietnamese defenders, Thai 25-year- old striker Nisa Romyen delivered a low shoot, creating an equalizer.... Two minutes into the first extra time, goalie Boonsing fiercely served the ball to the Vietnamese side's penalty area. As quick as lightning, striker Romyen received the ball, and kicked it over the head of goalie Kieu Trinh, making a double and fixing the final score at 2-1." - Global Post

May 5, 2015 - Alisa Rukpinij scores five in 12-0 win over Laos
AFF Women's Championship: Alisa Rukpinij 7′, 27′, 40′ 64′, 73′, Nisa Romyen 10′, 14′, 28′, Wilaiporn Boothduang 33′, Orathai Srimanee 69′, 78′, Taneekarn Dangda 77′ - Womens Soccer United

May 3, 2015 - Nisa Romyen scores hat-trick in win over Indonesia
Thailand secured its first win at the 2015 AFF Women's Championship, trouncing Indonesia 10-1 in a Group A match on Sunday evening in Vietnam's Ho Chi Minh City, with Thai players netting 5 times in each half. Five minutes into the game, picking up a cross from her teammate, Thai 25-year-old striker Nisa Romyen opened the score by a strong header. Later, it was Nisa that delivered a tactful cross for Thai 29-year-old defender Anoosara Maijarern to make the second goal for her team. In the 37th minute, defender Anoosara netted the second time in the game. Two minutes later, striker Nisa extended the lead to 4-0 for Thailand. Right before the break, Nisa made her hat-trick, giving her squad the lead of 5-0. After the break, Thai players continued to steamroll their Indonesian rivals, with the 6th goal by mid-fielder Pikul Khueanpet in the 53rd minute, the 7th goal by another Thai mid-fielder Wilaiporn Boothduang in the 59th minute, the 8th goal by striker Alisa Rukpinij in the 66th minute, the 9th goal by mid-fielder Naphat Seesraum in the 72nd minute, and the 10th goal by striker Orathai Srimanee in the 87th minute." - Shanghai Daily

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