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Boeung Ket coach John McGlynn congratulates defender Khiev Vibol after the 1-1 draw with Lao Toyota in AFC Cup qualifying at Olympic Stadium on January 31.
Tue, 21 February 2017

Boeung Ket begin AFC campaign

Cambodian champions Boeung Ket Angkor’s rebuilding process will be put to the test today when coach John McGlynn’s side line up against Malaysian giants Johor Darul Ta’zim in the AFC Cup Group F tie at the Tan Sri Dato Haji Yunos St

Tue, 21 February 2017

Champions Samrong repeat their ISF success

Defending champions Samrong High School repeated their success by winning the 8th Indochina Starfish Foundation’s (ISF) girls football tournament after beating Mlop Tapang 2-0 in the final at the weekend.

Phnom Penh Crown defender Kok Boris tackles AEU forward George Bisan at Old Stadium yesterday.
Mon, 20 February 2017

Kipson the star as Naga get off to flying start

Newly acquired Atuheire Kipson justified his pick in the best possible way by slamming in four goals in former champions NagaWorld’s 4-1 win from a goal down against debutants Electricite du Cambodge (EDC) in the Metfone C-League en

Mon, 20 February 2017

ITF Juniors Kim, Ando cruise to singles titles

The boys and girls singles finals in the ITF Junior Tennis Tournament turned out to be one-sided affairs, with South Korea’s Kim Jae-woo and Japan’s Yuki Ando taking the honours at the National Training Center on Saturday.

Fri, 17 February 2017

Cambodians among 22 given fixing bans

Two Cambodians, Peas Sothy and Hang Sukonthea, as well as 20 players and officials from Laos, have been banned from all football-related activities for life for match-fixing.

Cambodia’s Ho Sreynoch and partner Remi Nakayama of Japan share a joke during a break in play yesterday. Photo supplied
Fri, 17 February 2017

Sreynoch wins ITF doubles ranking point

Cambodia’s Ho Sreynoch and her partner Remi Nakayama of Japan won their first doubles world ranking point after opening-round victory over the Chinese Taipei pair of Jyun Yi Lee and Cai Ni Wang in the ITF Junior Tennis Tournament at

Cambodia star Chan Vathanaka (right) has joined Japanese third-division side Fujieda MYFC on loan.
Thu, 16 February 2017

Vathanaka eyes promotion after Japan move

Cambodia forward Chan Vathanaka has targeted promotion with Japanese third-division side Fujieda MYFC this year after completing a groundbreaking move to the J-League.

Boeung Ket Angkor celebrate with the trophy after winning the Metfone C-League last season.
Thu, 16 February 2017

New C-League season is set for kick-off

Reigning Champions Boeung Ket Angkor kick-start the 2017 Metfone C-League campaign on Saturday at the Olympic Stadium with a key matchup against last season’s runners-up National Defence Ministry.

Top seed Rina Saigo of Japan slams a forehand winner against Indonesian rival Putri Sanjungan Insani in the second round of the Tennis Cambodia ITF Juniors on Wednesday. Photo supplied
Thu, 16 February 2017

ITF Juniors Home boys pairs out in first round

In the boys doubles first round in the ITF Junior Tennis tournament at the National Training Center yesterday, Cambodian pair Chheang Vannasith and Khleang Punlok lost to second seeded Ali Mooraj of Pakistan and Diego Garcia Dalisay

Four Cambodian junior tennis players participate at the ITF/ATF Under 16 Development Camp in Bangkok in 2016. Photo supplied
Wed, 15 February 2017

Kingdom’s interest ends in ITF qualifying

Cambodia’s competitive interest in the ITF Junior tennis tournament ended at the qualifying stage as seeded players in the boys main draw held sway in the first round at the National Training Center yesterday.