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Front runners stay on track in Anvaya League

Front runners stay on track in Anvaya League

Bassac and Victory FC continued their unbeaten streaks in the 2013 Anvaya League on Sunday with commanding wins at Mekong University field. In the morning match-up, Bassac pounded PSE 3-0 in a combative affair.

Victory then knocked down KhmerDev 9-2 in a game that saw Bun Sokha shoot himself up the scoring charts with a magnificent seven goals.

PPIA beat Tiger FC 5-2 in the concurrent mid-afternoon fixture. The day’s action was concluded by a perfect 10-0 destruction of league whipping boys Red Cowboys FC by championship contenders Anvaya Sporting Club.

A second string squad secured a 2-0 advantage by half-time before the big guns were introduced to finish off the rout, with Gary Ruffini netting a neat four. Next Sunday’s schedule welcomes an intriguing clash between Anvaya and Victory.

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