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Black Fins put Komar Takhau to the sword in ISF League

Black Fins put Komar Takhau to the sword in ISF League

The Black Fins of CASVA went on a 19-1 rampage against hapless Komar Takhau in the Boys U14 Premier League section of the Barclays Capital ISF Youth Football League at the Phnom Penh Crown FC grounds in Tuol Kork district on Sunday.

Tall scores were the order of the day as Malu Lions mauled the Hunters from Krousar Thmey 8-1, while Aziza School’s Cains Advocates ran out 7-1 winners over New Hope. In a match of rapidly swinging fortunes, The Blue Flag eked out a 4-3 win over the Blue Eagles of Andong.

The Blue Eagles, however, came into their own in the Boys Champions League, getting past Komar Athyreach 2-1, while two other matches in the division turned out to be one-sided affairs. The Seasiders were too good for MJB Team 3-0 and ASPECA’s Onslow team carried too many punches for the comfort of Cambodian Children’s Fund 6 in their 5-0 drubbing.

In the Girls U18 section, ANDC Bulls, playing under the banner of A New Day Cambodia organisation, prevailed over The Coballers 5-3, while C/S  Larrikins, who played truant against ISF Flying Tigers, ended up paying a penalty of three goals and three points.

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