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Crown Academy boys win Yamaha Challenge

Crown Academy boys win Yamaha Challenge

Metfone C-League champions Phnom Penh Crown enjoyed more success in their ranks with their Academy’s U15 boys squad seizing victory on Sunday in the 2014 Yamaha Challenge friendly youth tournament played at the National Football Centre in Tonle Bati district, Takeo province.

Crown finished top of the six-team table after five days of competition, winning four and drawing one of their matches. GIFU U14s ended with the same 13 points as Crown but had a far inferior goal difference.

Cambodia Academy U14s finished third, Civil Aviation FC were fourth, Svay Rieng came fifth and GFA U14 collected the wooden spoon.

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