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Familiar foes meet in Women’s Cup final

Familiar foes meet in Women’s Cup final

The Cambodian Women’s Cup will be contested once again by northwestern rivals Athik Reach Phnom Svay and SALT Academy, who won their respective semifinals in Poipet.

The Cambodian Women’s Cup will be contested once again by northwestern rivals Athik Reach Phnom Svay and SALT Academy, who won their respective semifinals in Poipet yesterday morning.
Banteay Meanchey side Phnom Svay will look to reverse the tables against their Battambang opponents with the home advantage this time after SALT had beaten them 3-1 in last year’s final, held at Battambang University.

SALT stormed through Siem Reap 6-0 yesterday before Phnom Svay defeated Kampong Chhnang 2-0 to set up today’s championship decider, which kicks off at 9:30am at Poipet Field.

Siem Reap and Kampong Chhnang will contest a third-place playoff at 8am.

To contact the reporter on this story: Chhorn Norn at [email protected]

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