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U13 Boys teams whittled down to 16 in Tonle Bati

U13 Boys teams whittled down to 16 in Tonle Bati

The Cambodian National U13 Football Championships, being held at the National Football Centre in Tonle Bati district of Takeo province, concluded its group playoff on Tuesday with sides booking their places in the last 16 round of the knockout phase starting on Friday afternoon.

The highlight of the 32-team group stage was a national record rout by Royal Cambodian Armed Forces of Kep, who mercilessly smashed in 31 goals to no reply against Group E opponents Sovan Phum Children.

Last 16 matches include Phnom Penh Empire v Ang Snul Children, Svay Rieng FC v Anti-Drug Entity, RCAF Svay Rieng v Raksmey Krahom Kor, Koh Kong v Phnom Svay Emperor, RCAF Prey Veng v Phnom Penh Crown, RCAF Oddar Meanchey v RCAF Kep, Pailin v RCAF Takeo and RCAF Ratanakiri v RCAF Pailin.

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