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Briefs: Sunrise shine in ISF Cup

Briefs: Sunrise shine in ISF Cup

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MEL SOTH

Young footballers from the Sunrise Orphanage lift the ISF PwC Cup Saturday at Phnom Penh’s Old Stadium.

PHNOM PENH – 18 teams competed in the finals of the second Indochina

Starfish Foundation (ISF) PricewaterhouseCoopers Cup held at Phnom

Penh’s Old Stadium Saturday. After playing 7 group matches during the

day, and recording only one loss, the Sunrise Children’s Village U14

team took home the trophy after defeating SOS Orphanage 4–2 in the

grand final. ISF sponsor a network of football teams for under

privileged Cambodian children throughout Cambodia, providing regular

training from FIFA accredited coaches and sports supplies. This year, a

girls league was also introduced in the finals with games played last

weekend at Old Stadium. 

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