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ISF SMC players (in white) clash with a New Day Cambodia player during their Barclays ISF game on Sunday
ISF SMC players (in white) clash with a New Day Cambodia player during their Barclays ISF game on Sunday. PHOTO SUPPLIED

The Blue Flag fly high

The Blue Flag swamped Pun Phnom School 21-0 in the Boys U14 premier section of the Barclays ISF Youth Football League at the National Institute of Physical Education and Sports on Sunday.

In other matches, The Flying Tigers smashed The Flying Dragons 17-6, Tonle Sap Teddy Bears overcame Appleton Wildcats 2’s 4-2, Juice Master United hammered Appleton Wildcats 1’s 12-3 and Kew Park Rangers enjoyed a 6-3 victory over Hagar BRP.

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