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Women’s futsal competition kicks off at KB Field pitches

Women’s futsal competition kicks off at KB Field pitches

The inaugural Cam-Ed Women’s Futsal Cup, sponsored by Cam-Ed Business School, got underway yesterday at KB Field opposite the Australian Embassy.

Nine teams split into three groups will contest games each Sunday, leading up to finals on April 6. Cam-Ed Business School president Casey Barnett told the Post:

“The objective of this competition is to promote the potential of women in the education and sport sectors of Cambodia.”

The teams groups include Purple, Jumbo and Fantastic C (Group A), The Green, Cam-Devils and Twinkle Star (Group B) and Queen United, Cam Ulet, and Victory (Group C).


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