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Crown U17s step up for a crack at Hun Sen Cup

Crown U17s step up for a crack at Hun Sen Cup

Metfone C-League champions Phnom Penh Crown are entering one of their youth academy sides into the upcoming 2015 Hun Sen Cup competition, which kicks off its preliminary stage on January 8.

The team, made up of U17 players lead by academy head coach Bouy Dary, will represent Chhroy Changvar district in Pool B of the Phnom Penh centre. The other teams in the pool are Kirivong, Albirex Niigata and Tuol Kork (Svay Rieng B).

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