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Preah Yukunthor school make it four in a row

Preah Yukunthor school make it four in a row

Preah Yukunthor High School continued their stranglehold on the Phnom Penh Youth Soccer Championship trophy by clinching their fourth successive title yesterday morning at the Chba Ampov High School field.

Yukunthor’s Ly Saroth, who plays for Metfone C-League team Preah Khan Reach, and Sieng Mony, of Naga Corp, proved the match-winners in a 2-0 victory over Santhor Muk High School in yesterday’s final.

The tournament, which began on January 15, featured 20 teams from schools across the capital. 

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