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Tigers, Knights with convincing CBL wins

Tigers, Knights with convincing CBL wins

Mekong Tigers led all the way to beat out of sight Woods Peppermint Lozenges 75-38 in the Cambodian Basketball League at the Olympic Stadium Indoor Arena yesterday.

In the day’s other fixture, Magellan Knights opened their campaign on a winning note, beating TCT Rock 59-40 after leading 30-26 at half time. In Saturday’s matches, Extra Joss Fighters proved too strong for Davies Megacryl 81-64.

The Fighters, who recorded their second win, were sitting pretty 50-28 at the half way stage and never quite slackened their grip. In the other game, CCPL Warriors defeated SOHO Phnom Penh 47-40.

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