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PKR sides pummel opposition in leagues

PKR sides pummel opposition in leagues

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Players from Krousar Thmey (blue) and Sunrise (white) teams compete during their U18 Girls League match at the Phnom Penh Crown FC ground in Toul Kork on Sunday.

The junior and sub-junior wings of Hun Sen Cup winners Preah Khan Reach dished out dominant displays in the Barclays Capital ISF Youth Football League at the Phnom Penh Crown FC grounds in Toul Kork on Sunday.

In the U14 Boys Champions League, PKR were too good for the Seasiders 8-1, while in the U10 Boys section, PKR youngsters thumped The Blue Flag 10-1.

Phnom Penh Crown teams, meanwhile, met with mixed fortunes. Although the side ran out 5-0 winners over ISF Flying Tigers in the U14 Champions League, Crown were beaten 6-2 in the Premier League by ANDC Bulls.

Results from the rest of Sunday’s league action are as follows:

U14 Boys Champions League:
The Blue Eagles (Andong) beat The Tynesiders (CCF6) 2-0; Juice Master United beat Komar Athyreach 10-1; MJB beat Onslow 4-1

U14 Boys Premier League:
The Blue Flag (KDFO) beat Hunters (Krousar Thmey) 14-2; Cains Advocates beat The Blue Eagles (Andong) 6-4; Malu Lions (Sunshine) beat CCASVA 7-3

Boys U10 League:
The Seasiders (Sunrise) drew with The Blue Eagles (Andong) 5-5; Komar Athyreach beat Onslow (Aspeca) 8-1; Malu Lions beat ISF Flying Tigers 10-5

U18 Girls League:
C/S Larrikins beat Hunters (Krousar Thmey) 8-0; Onslow beat ANDC Bulls 6-3

U14 Girls League:
Northbridge Nomads beat Onslow 3-2; Super Sonics (Hagar) beat ANDC Girls 6-0

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