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Brief: Battambang league final

Brief: Battambang league final

BATTAMBANG – The 2009 Hello Adult League reaches its exciting conclusion this Saturday in Battambang, when Crossroads meet Solar FC in the finals. Solar FC beat Jerusalem 3-0 in the first semifinal last weekend at the Institute of Technology field. In the other semifinal, Crossroads were pushed hard by Baitong, as regulation time ended with the scores locked at one apiece. A goalless extra period took the tie to penalties, with 19-year-old Boroth Phorn scoring the winning spot kick for Crossroads. Saturday’s final, which kicks off at 3pm, will feature Solar FC defenders coming up against Crossroads striker Tola Um, the league’s top scorer.

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