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Civil Aviation boys soar to U13s national title

Civil Aviation boys soar to U13s national title

The State Secretariat of Civil Aviation team beat Svay Rieng 2-0 in the final Sunday to claim the Football Federation of Cambodia’s U13 National Championships title.

In the third place play-off of the eight-day competition, which was played at the FFC’s new National Football Centre in Takeo province’s Tonle Bati district, Koh Kong edged Siem Reap side Baksey Chamkrong 4-3.

Player of the Tournament was awarded to Soung Sopheaktra, the top scorer with 18 goals. Phnom Penh Crown’s Koung Rafat was handed the Best Goalkeeper honour, while Um Savong of Svay Rieng picked up Best Coach.

Baksey Chamkrong collected the Fair Play team award.


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