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Crown sides downed in Development League

Crown sides downed in Development League

It was a tough day for the lads of the Phnom Penh Crown FC on Sunday, as three of their sides were soundly beaten on home turf in the 2013 Cambodia Football Development League.

In an U12 fixture, Crown’s second string were put to the royal sword by their Preah Khan Reach counterparts, who smashed in a dozen to no reply at the RSN Stadium in Tuol Kork.

Prek Kdam then beat Crown’s first team 5-0.

In the U14 division, Crown seconds were hammered 9-1 by State Secretariat of Civil Aviation firsts, although the Crown first team recorded the club’s only saving grace of the day in a 5-4 win over Rising Star.

SSCA seconds edged the Army team 5-3, Prek Kdam sank Youth Shark Navy team 11-2 and KR howled to a 3-0 victory over Young Wolf. 

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