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Bodyguards bag second volleyball silverware

Bodyguards bag second volleyball silverware

The Bodyguard Department of Cambodia recorded their first win over Ministry of Interior to become champions for the first time in the 2015 Hun Sen Leo Cup after winning all three sets on Sunday at the National Sport Complex.

After their withdrawal from 2014’s edition, the Bodyguards’ win saw them take home the 40 million riel ($10,000) prize money, to go with the12 million riel they received for winning the 2015 National Volleyball Leo Cup on July 12.

Meanwhile, runners-up Interior Ministry, 2012 and 2013 champions, bagged 12 million riel.

Translated by IN SOPHENG

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