Logo of Phnom Penh Post newspaper Phnom Penh Post - CFR League kicked back into action after one month off

CFR League kicked back into action after one month off

CFR League kicked back into action after one month off

The Cambodian Federation of Rugby’s senior league resumes tomorrow at the Mekong Field, located near Northbridge International School in Ka Kab commune of Por Sen Chey district, after a one-month hiatus.

Newly formed Ko Chul Club takes on Stade Khmer at 2pm while league leaders Sisowath Knights will face bottom-placed PSE Garudas from 3:45pm.

League fixtures were cancelled in recent weeks due to the need to switch venues, with the CFR holding an extraordinary board meeting to resolve scheduling issues. 

To contact the reporter on this story: Chris Derbuc at [email protected]

MOST VIEWED

  • Kingdom may hire Turkish power ship

    Cambodia is considering negotiating with Turkey to hire a 200MW-capacity power ship to meet electricity demands as the country faces an ongoing electrical shortage, according to the prime minister. Speaking to garment workers in Pursat province on Wednesday, Prime Minister Hun Sen said Electricite du

  • Woman who scaled Cambodia’s three highest peaks eyes Everest

    One of the very few Cambodian women to have successfully reached the Kingdom’s three highest peaks is now eyeing Malaysia’s tallest mountain, Mount Kinabalu, and potentially even the world’s tallest straddling Nepal and China, Mount Everest. While in many Western countries it

  • EDC tackles power shortfall

    Electrcite Du Cambodge (EDC) on Monday issued a statement updating the public on its efforts to tackle insufficient electricity supplies during the ongoing dry season. Reductions in electricity prices have resulted in a steady increase in consumers in the Kingdom, while local and international investors

  • Cheap, clean and efficient: The firm leading Cambodia’s solar revolution

    Sitting in her bright and airy 17th floor office, Rithya Menon, Okra Smart Solar’s lead firmware engineer, checks the frequently updating data telling her everything about how well their community services are operating. “I saw in the data that there was a problem with