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2014 Leo Cup qualifier hits off in Siem Reap

The 2014 Leo Cup of Volleyball began its fifth provincial qualifying tournament yesterday in Siem Reap to find the remaining two teams to progress to the finals round, which will be held at Phnom Penh’s Beeline Arena from the end of next month.

Yesterday’s results from the Chon Long Sports Club include 3-1 victories for Siem Reap’s Department of Education, Youth and Sport and Siem Reap Youth Club over Sorsor Sampor High School and Kyo Sekvean respectively. Meanwhile, King Father High School hammered Hun Sen Bakong High School 3-0.

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