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Bayon Airlines take off in Cup with cruising win

Bayon Airlines take off in Cup with cruising win

The Cambodia Basketball Federation-sanctioned Bayon Airlines Cup inter-club basketball tournament, branded as a commercial league, got off to a smooth start at the Olympic Indoor Arena on Sunday morning, with the side bearing the sponsor’s name recording a runaway victory in the opener.

Bayon Airlines were never off cruising altitude in their 74-33 win over Zhong Yi Dong Li, while, in a tight encounter, Kun Zhou Ji Tuan downed Lan Chang Jiang Gong Cheng 64-58. In other matches, Chuan Yu Shang Hui beat Ty Fashzon 88-65, and ALLN won 88-65 against Wat Kos High School.


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