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Naga pitch in as RHB Junior Cup kicks off

Naga pitch in as RHB Junior Cup kicks off

A morning to late noon seven-a-side football tournament, sponsored by RHB Bank involving 16 schools from in and around Phnom Penh will be held tomorrow at the KK football pitches, situated behind the Australian Embassy.

The contestants will vie for the RHB Bank Junior Cup with entertainment and gaming industry leaders NagaWorld playing an active role in the event with members of its football team holding interactive sessions with all the participating teams.

Each member of the NagaWorld FC, which is beginning its campaign next week to regain the Metfone C League supremacy it last enjoyed in 2009, has been assigned to work with one school.

Two-time Metfone C League champs Nagaworld were one of the invitees from Cambodia to the RHB Singapore Club last year.


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