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Leo Cup teams line up for Beeline Arena finals

Leo Cup teams line up for Beeline Arena finals

Captains, coaches and representatives of each of the 16 teams heading into the nine-day final phase of the 2013 Leo Cup of Volleyball to be held at Beeline Arena from Friday attended a press conference with tournament organisers at NagaWorld yesterday.

The six top teams from last year’s event – Ministry of Interior Club, Bodyguard Headquarters Club, 3rd Intervention Division Club, Kampong Cham Club A team, Battambang Police Station Club and Sihanoukville Navy Sea Dragon Club – were automatically entered into the finals, and will be joined by provincial qualifiers: Veal Sbov commune’s Cambodian Youth Federation Club of Kandal and Prey Veng’s Cambodian Youth Federation Club from the Phnom Penh centre preliminaries; 31st Brigade Club and Kampong Cham Club B team from the Kampong Cham centre; Cambodian Youth Federation club and Red Lion Club from Battambang centre; 9th Intervention Brigade Club and Siem Reap’s Directorate of Youth and Sport from Siem Reap centre; and Sihan-oukville Public Club and Takeo Club from Sihanoukville centre.

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