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Acleda Bank Cup kicks off its fourth edition

Acleda Bank Cup kicks off its fourth edition

The 2014 Acelda Bank Plc Cup, which features 56 teams comprised of 1,458 staff members of the nationwide financial institution, kicked off its fourth campaign at the Olympic Stadium yesterday.

The amateur competition, which will hold games every weekend and on public holiday, aims to encourage Acleda staff to take care of their health, develop friendships and help promote the beautiful game in Cambodia.

Teams are split into eight groups, four for those based in Phnom Penh and the other four for provincial squads.

Future Group A, B, C and D games will be played at Mekong, Khemara and Don Bosco fields.

Yesterday’s results involved Group C rivals, with Office Center A drawing 0-0 with the Steng Meanchey branch while Office Centre D beat Phnom Penh Central 3-1.

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