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Chonburi boys clinch first U15 ASEAN title

Chonburi boys clinch first U15 ASEAN title

The inaugural FAM-Frenz U15 ASEAN Champions Trophy wrapped up nearly 15 weeks of fierce regional rivalry on Sunday with the second leg of the grand final between Frenz Malaysia A and Thailand Chonburi Academy at the Stadium Frenz Janda Baik in Pahang.

The hosts managed to salvage a 1-1 draw, but the visiting Thai side clinched the trophy thanks to a 3-0 advantage from their home leg.

Chonburi also collected the $50,000 cash prize as champions, while Malaysia A walked away with $25,000. Frenz Indonesia beat Frenz Malaysia B 3-0 over two legs to claim third.

Cambodia’s Phnom Penh Crown finished bottom of Group A in the 12-team tournament.

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