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Crown boys fly out for Singapore Sixes tourney

Crown boys fly out for Singapore Sixes tourney

Eleven boys from the Phnom Penh Crown Elite Academy are set to fly out to Singapore today ahead of their participation in the 2011 Singapore Cricket Club Soccer Sixes tournament. The Cambodians will face fellow U14 teams from charity organisations based in Bangladesh, Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia in matches played at the prestigious Padang cricket ground. Group games will held tomorrow with finals on Sunday. The third annual event hosted by the SCC also features U16, Open and Masters competitions, and will see a coaching session tomorrow lead by former Man United striker Andy Cole for the U14 sides.

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