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Rugby season continues

Rugby season continues

The Cambodia Federation of Rugby’s Senior Men’s Championship moves on to its second game-day of the 2012-13 season tomorrow at the Old Stadium.

The double-header will feature Sisowath Knights – favourites to defend their league title – taking on former heavyweights PSE Garudas at 2pm, followed by Stade Khmer trying to come back from an opening day loss last month as they clash with debutants Ko Chul Rugby Club at 3.30pm.

Junior and women’s games start from 9am to ensure tomorrow will be a day that every rugby fan in Phnom Penh can enjoy.

Entrance is free and food and drinks will be available at the ground. 

To contact the reporter on this story: Chris Derbuc at [email protected]


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