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Cambodian Women’s Cup reaches semifinals

Cambodian Women’s Cup reaches semifinals

The third edition of the Cambodian Women’s Cup, organised by the Football Federation of Cambodia and held in the border town of Poipet in Banteay Meanchey province completed its group stage on Sunday.

The competition, which kicked off a week ago, saw defending champions SALT Academy from Battambang finish top of Group A.

They will face Group B runners-up Siem Reap in today’s first semifinal at 8am, while 2010 winners Athik Reach Phnom Svay from the host province will meet Kampong Chhnang at 9:30am at Poipet Field.

To contact the reporter on this story: Ung Chamroeun at [email protected]

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