Takraw videos like woah!

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One of the things we’ve been doing, (well, Alex has been doing more so than I… but shh!) is filming a bunch of awesome takraw whenever we can and then uploading these videos to our YouTube channel. We’ve filmed videos from Takraw Thailand League, Prince Cup, King’s Cup, and most recently: the first Women’s Takraw Thailand League. How many women have you seen roll spike before? None? Only a couple? How about three at one event!   As we’ve said before, … Read More

A(nother) long overdue update!

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Hey all, We’re not super at keeping the website updated, but plenty of things have been happening in the Takrawesome world! I (Daniel) flew to Thailand at the start of July to join Alex in Ratchaburi. Although the Thai league is finished for the year and the players have left Ratchaburi to return to their non-takraw lives, there is still a solid group of players (men and women) and coaches in the area for us to train and play with. Things … Read More

Now selling to Kiwi-land!

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We had an enquiry from a customer wanting to ship some sepak takraw balls to New Zealand so we looked into it for them, and turns out it’s much easier than we thought it would be! So with a few phone calls, a few changes to this site, and our first successful sale to New Zealand we’re now happy to announce that… It appears that sepak takraw is even younger in New Zealand than it is in Australia, but we hope … Read More

Our first month of YouTube…

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It would probably be more fitting for Alex to write this article as he’s the one responsible for the videos, but his keyboard has decided that the alphabet should only feature 20 letters not 26, which makes it difficult to write coherent sentences. Anyway, read on! So one month ago Alex uploaded the first video he’d filmed and edited since being in Thailand this year. This was the video of him playing in the 2nd Ratchaburi Dragonfire Cup, as well as a few … Read More

Melbourne Easter Sepak Takraw Competition

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So this year I spent my Easter in Melbourne with my official Australian Sepak Takraw Association hat on, to help run a small takraw competition. The competition was organised by the Hmong Melbourne Youth Society as a bit of a get together for the Hmong community in Australia, but they also extended the invitation to anyone else who wanted to come play some takraw. We had ten teams confirmed to enter, but on the weekend of the competition only nine were able to make … Read More

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