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Stung by the loss to defending champions Phnom Penh Crown just before the Khmer New Year break, Ministry of National Defence will be mounting an all-out offensive to reach the top of the table when they travel to the Svay Rieng Stad

Fri, 29 April 2016

Crown and NagaWorld win big in Hun Sen Cup

Big scoreline wins for Phnom Penh Crown and NagaWorld marked the midweek Hun Sen Cup action as 2014 winners Police were surprisingly held to a 3-3 draw by the visiting Svay Rieng Province.

Naga captain Kouch Sokhumpeak (centre) poses with S-League chairman Lim Chin (left) and RHB Bank representative Luke Diep in Singapore on Sunday. Photo supplied
Thu, 28 April 2016

Naga in Global draw at RHB Singapore Cup

Last season’s Hun Sen Cup and Metfone C-League runners-up NagaWorld FC will square off against Tacloban-based Global FC from the Philippines in the preliminary round of the 2016 RHB Singapore Cup, the draw for which was held on Sund

Sorn Seavmey and coach Choi Young Seok hold their cash prizes at a ceremony on Tuesday.
Thu, 28 April 2016

Seavmey picks up $20K for Olympic spot

Cambodian taekwondo star Sorn Seavmey was presented with 80 million riel ($20,000) from a government sub-decree for booking her historic place at this year’

Athletes from Cambodia attend the opening ceremony of the biennial Southeast Asian Games in Singapore’s National Stadium on June 5, 2015. AFP
Tue, 26 April 2016

Government unveils master plan for 2023 SE Asian Games success

The Council of Ministers led by Prime Minister Hun Sen has approved the official master plan to host the 2023 South East Asian Games, setting in motion a massive organisational commitment to stage the biggest multi-discipline sporti

Cambodia’s Bun Kenny hits a return in his Asian Tennis Tour match against Vishnu Vardhan on Saturday. Photo supplied
Mon, 25 April 2016

Kenny falls in New Delhi ATT quarterfinals

Cambodia’s Davis Cup pivot Bun Kenny met with mixed fortunes during his visit to New Delhi for the newly introduced Asian Tennis Tour event, going down 2-6, 6-4 in the quarterfinals on Saturday to top-seeded Vishnu Vardhan, an India

Nam Joong Woong (left) and Vath Chamroeun pose with the signed MoU. Photo supplied
Mon, 25 April 2016

Korea-based forum MoU to boost l’bokator

Cambodia’s relentless effort to seek UNESCO-recognition for one of the Kingdom’s oldest known fighting styles, kun l’bokator, has been given a big boost by the Korea-based World Martial Arts Academy Forum.

(From left to right) NOCC President Thong Khon, taekwondo coach Choi Yung Suk, Sorn Seavmey and Chhoeung Puthearim attend an NOCC presentation on yesterday.
Fri, 22 April 2016

Seavmey gets a hero’s welcome

Taekwondo sensation Sorn Seavmey returned home from Manila yesterday after winning a silver medal at the Asian Taekwondo Championships and earning qualification for the Olympic Games in Rio.

Boeung Ket’s Chan Vathanaka shoots on the volley against Prey Veng at the Olympic Stadium on Wednesday.
Fri, 22 April 2016

Army lead the slaughter of HS Cup innocents

It was the slaughter of innocents in Phnom Penh as five premier league clubs hammered home a combined 73 goals, tearing apart hapless provincial sides in painfully lopsided Hun Sen Cup group matches at various city venues on Wednesd

Cambodia’s Sorn Seavmey won silver at the Asian Taekwondo Championships yesterday. AFP
Wed, 20 April 2016

Seavmey has to settle for silver medal

As Sorn Seavmey reached the peak of his country’s acclaim as the first Cambodian athlete ever to qualify for the Olympics just days ago, the taekwondo star went down gallantly to Lee Da-bin of South Korea in the women’s -73kg class