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Goalfests adorn ISF Youth League clashes

A Sunshine player (in red) tries to shake off a challenge from a Hagar GRP player during their ISF Youth League game
A Sunshine player (in red) tries to shake off a challenge from a Hagar GRP player during their ISF Youth League game on Sunday. PHOTO SUPPLIED

Goalfests adorn ISF Youth League clashes

Juice Master United, made up of players from Po Monkol School, recorded the day’s biggest victory in the Barclays ISF Youth Football League played at My Team field in Posenchey district on Sunday.

In a markedly one-way game in the Boys U14 Premier section, JMU pumped 15 goals without reply against Vancouver PWC Alumni Orcas (Puon Phnom School).

In other matches in the same division, The Flying Tigers edged out Scherinin FC (ASPECA) 3-2, Appleton Wildcats 1 beat The Flying Dragons 5-1, Kew Park Rangers beat Tonle Sap Teddy Bears 6-2 and Blue Flag beat Hagar BRP 10-1.

Sunday’s Results
Boys U14 Champion League
Juice Master United 3 Mekong Rangers 0
Black Fins 2 Sunrise 0 Bong Paoun 5
Cairns Advocates 2 The Blue Eagles 2
Kew Park Rangers 2 Boys U10
The Seasiders 2’s 9 Robas Rangers 2
The Flying Tigers 11 ASPECA 6
The Cavalry 14 MJB Team 3 Mekong Reds 10
The Blue Eagles (Andong) 4 Girls U14 Group A
G Girls 5 The Flying Tigers 3 Girls U14 Group B
Sunrise 11 Puon Phnom School 3
The Blue Dragons 7 The Flying Dragons 3
Ruby Murray’s Ladies 8 Northbridge Nomads 3

Girls U18
A New Day Cambodia 1 The Blue Eagles (Andong) 1


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