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Youth teams battle in ISF League matches

Youth teams battle in ISF League matches

The ISF/Barclays Youth League Season held another round of fixtures on Sunday at the National Institute of Sports and Physical Education grounds.

In U14 Boys Premier League games, the third-placed Key Park Rangers inflicted a 6-3 defeat on the winless Malu Lions, while league leaders A New Day Cambodia beat The Blue Flag 3-0.

Juice Master United won 3-0 against Cains Advocates, The Mekong Rangers grounded The Flying Tigers 7-3 and Scheirini FC dashed opponent New Hope 3-1.

The U10 Boys League had three games with Robas Rangers emerging victorious over Hagar CLC 3-0, The Seasiders drubbing Cains Advocates 3-0 and the Seasiders’ second string team destroying The Flying Tigers 12-3.

The U14 Girls League saw The Flying Tigers silence the Super Sonics 3-0, while the Northbridge Nomads edged Chak Kropop Po Monkol first team 6-5.

Sunrise obliterated Taylormade 13-2 and ANDC Bulls pulverizing Ruby Murray’s Ladies 10-1. 

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