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Champions crowned in public sporting event

Champions crowned in public sporting event

Thirteen days of competitive action in the 2014 General Public Sport Championships, open to local athletes and clubs, concluded on Monday with four champions emerging from its four disciplines.

The football tournament saw Prey Veng Youth Federation produce a world class performance against Cambodian College Students Club to win 7-1 in the final.

The Education, Youth and Sports Department of Phnom Penh came third via a play-off. Meanwhile in the basketball event, EYS Department downed their only opponents, Cambodia College Students, to clinch the title.

A highly popular athletics competition had the Ministry of National Defence club lay claim to the most winners with three gold, two silver and three bronze medals. In the volleyball section, EYS Department beat Physical Education Institute 3-1 in the final.

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