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Badminton champs set for rallies at ministry

Badminton champs set for rallies at ministry

The 7th annual Ministry of Interior Badminton Championships hit off tomorrow on the badminton courts of the Ministry of Interior grounds on Norodom Boulevard. Chhim Chuon, Vice State Secretary at the ministry and general secretary of the National Police Badminton Association, told the Post the event would run for three days with three knockout rounds slated for the first day, quarterfinals and semifinals to be played on Saturday, and final rounds on Sunday. The competition, which for the first five editions was called the General Commissariat of National Police Badminton Championships, has this year been given the extended title of the Deputy Prime Minister Ministry of Interior Badminton Championships. TRANSLATED BY IN SOPHENG

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