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Rugby charity launches funding drive for film

Local rugby development charity Kampuchea Balopp have launched a two-month crowd-funding project on fundraising website Indiegogo to help finance part of the costs for a proposed documentary on the organisation led by French company Frapadoc Produc-tions.

Kampuchea Balopp have set a target of $15,000 to help partially finance the film, which will be published online and will focus on the growth of the women’s rugby game in the Kingdom, the development of youth rugby and national team.

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