PALS Thailand Results

infernal_palsPALS Thailand was held last weekend in Bangkok, Thailand. Teams from Thailand, Malaysia, Japan, Philippines, Taiwan, Singapore, Australia, USA, France, United Arab Emirates, Iran and Russia competed in 3 divisions from D3 to D1.

Luckily for organisers the forecast rain held off for the entire event and field conditions remained perfect all weekend. PALS Thailand was almost at the scale of World Cup Asia with international trade booths showcasing Dye, KEE, Sly, Bob Long, DXS, V Force, JT, Virtue, Critical Paintball, Style Supply, PB Fashion and Paintball Heaven. Also attending the event were Pro players Justin Rabackoff (Russian Legion/Arsenal) and Yosh Rau (Dynasty) who held clinics and field walks to help attending players improve their paintball skills.

International refs Ulrich Starr, Richard Garry Husband & Junaidi Kalil assisted refs from Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand to manage the tournament matches. The only hiccup for the event was the breakdown of one of the air generators but this was quickly resolved early on day one.

Competition was fierce in all divisions but despite that, international teams still chipped in to help each other in the pit crew areas and with sideline coaching. Taking out the top prize for the PALS Thailand event were local Thailand team Infernal, who have continued to prove that they are one of the most competitive and dominant teams in Asian paintball.

Here are the final results for PALS Thailand 2011:

Divison 1
Champions - Infernal (Thailand)

2nd - Datis (Iran)
3rd - SWAT (Australia)
4th - STK (Australia)

Division 2
Champions - Ryukyu Kings (Japan)

2nd - Lakehill CAT (Thailand)
3rd - Do Do Flingueurs (France)
4th - Naga (Thailand)

Division 3
Champions - Saensuk (Thailand)

2nd - CMX Hamoon (Malaysia)
3rd - United Paintallers of the Philippines (Philippines)
4th - KSK Flash (Malaysia)

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