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Army team boss of the pits in Sar Kheng Cup

Army team boss of the pits in Sar Kheng Cup

The Cambodian Pétanque Federation celebrated hosting its 12th edition of the Sar Kheng Cup, which wrapped up four days of competition yesterday at the National Sports Complex. The overall team champion was the General Department of Financial Logistics at the Ministry of National Defence, who beat Sok Sen Chey Petanque Club from Takeo into runners-up spot. The Army-backed team claimed their third championship title after victories in 2002 and 2004. A total of 26 associations and clubs featuring 144 male and 18 female competitors participated this year, according to CPF General Secretary Meas Sarin. TRANSLATED BY PANN RETHEA

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