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Speed Limit win road safety basketball event

Speed Limit win road safety basketball event

Speed Limit emerged champions of the second edition of the Road Safety Basketball Tournament hosted by CIA First International School after defeating International School of Phnom Penh team Red Lights 23-21 in Sunday’s final.

The day-long event, aimed at promoting road safety to local students, also included sides from kids’ charity organisation Pour un Sourire D’Enfants, East West International School and hosts CIA First.

The triumphant Speed Limit team members were each awarded a safety helmet, while a helmet was distributed to each of the other teams as well as certificates of participation to all players.

To contact the reporter on this story: Dan Riley at [email protected]


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