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NOCC, Boxing Federation announce 63.5kg events

NOCC, Boxing Federation announce 63.5kg events

The National Olympic Committee of Cambodia, in cooperation with the Cambodian Amateur Boxing Federation, have confirmed dates and venues for the first three of seven preliminary tournaments of the 2014 Black Panther Premium Stout Boxing Championships.

NOCC Secretary General Vath Chamroeun told journalists during a press conference yesterday at NOCC headquarters that the first event of the series for fighters in the 63.5kg super lightweight category would be held on April 4 at Tor Damnak High School in Kampong Thom province’s Baray district.

The next would be on April 19 at the outdoor volleyball court of Kampong Cham town while the last one would be hosted at Svay Rieng Provincial Hall on May 2. Each fight card starts at 5pm and features six match-ups.


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