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Shuttlers smash to victories at Sihanoukville tournament

Shuttlers smash to victories at Sihanoukville tournament

A two-day men’s doubles badminton tournament marking the 35th anniversary of the foundation of the Khmer United Front for National Salvation (on December 2, 1978] wrapped up yesterday at Sihanoukville’s City Hall with a closing ceremony presided over by Sihanoukville governor Sboung Sarath and Ministry of Interior Badminton Club official Chea Bunheng.

Tev Vanak and Ngun Kanura of Kampong Cham’s Tropeang Thlong Club triumphed in the U30 division, while Vietnamese players only identified as Yon and Tam won the 30-39 year olds age class.

Chu Yen and Hu Yen from Vietnam picked up the 50-59 title and Khan Sovan and Lem Thavy of Sihanoukville Club were over-60s champions.

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