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Crown boys take on Chonburi in regional U15 competition

Crown boys take on Chonburi in regional U15 competition

Phnom Penh Crown Academy welcome Thai side Chonburi FC Academy tomorrow for their latest clash of the 2013 FAM-Frenz U15 Asean Champions Trophy, which kicks off at 4:30pm at Olympic Stadium. The Cambodians have a single point from their two previous matches in the regional competition and face their neighbouring rivals, who sit a place above in the six-team Group A standings but have seven points from four games so far. Vietnam PVF Academy, 4-0 victors over Crown in their first tie, top the group on 10 points, two ahead of second-placed Frenz Malaysia A, who drew 1-1 with Crown. 

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