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Annual badminton tourney comes to an end at ministry

Annual badminton tourney comes to an end at ministry

The 2011 Deputy Prime Minister Ministry of Interior Badminton Championships concluded its three days of competition on Sunday at the Ministry of Interior grounds on Norodom Boulevard with a closing ceremony presided over by Ministry of Interior State Secretary Em Sam An. Over 100 players from 14 clubs and associations nationwide participated in the seventh edition of the annual tournament, according to General Secretary of the National Police Badminton Association Chhim Chuon. Notable results included Kampong Cham club grabbing two golds, while the National Police team took home a gold and three silvers. TRANSLATED BY PANN RETHEA

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