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Boys league kicks off at National Institute

Boys league kicks off at National Institute

It was a day of rejoicing for A New Day Cambodia as the team kicked off its campaign for the ISF U17 Boys Football League with a 6-0 win over Wat Knong School in a Group B match at the National Institute of Physical Education and Sports on Sunday.

The second tie in the group saw COLT run out 4-1 winners over Po Monkol School. In Group A, ISF-SMC beat Hagar CLC 9-0, EYC drew 2-2 with Robos Angkanh School while Bong Paoun beat Samrong Secondary School 7-0.

With three new teams making the line-up this year, there are 14 in the fray including four schools, nine partner organisations of the ISF and a community team from Andong.

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