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Charity small-side action comes to Beeline Arena

Charity small-side action comes to Beeline Arena

The 2013 Credit Bureau Cambodia Charity Cup plays out tomorrow at the Beeline Arena with 10 five-a-side teams vying for the coveted trophy.

The event aims to raise funds for charity organisation Happy Football Cambodia Australia, which selects, trains and sends a side to the annual Homeless World Cup.

This year’s tournament will be held in Poznan, Poland, in August. The Cup, now in its fourth edition and returning to Beeline Arena for the second time, will feature the following sides: Alex AllStars, AsiaLife, Emaxx, Ezecom, KPMG, Laughing Lizard Wine, Mad Monkey, Metro, Paddy Rice and Wing.

Credit Bureau of Cambodia are the major sponsors, while H2O Media have sponsored the Fair Play Award and Emaxx the MVP Award. Matches are to run from 9am, with the final slated for 3pm.

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