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Financial Cup sides cash in on final group games

Financial Cup sides cash in on final group games

The seventh and final round of group stage fixtures in the 2013 Financial Challenge Cup was completed at Beeline Arena on Tuesday night, with table toppers Maruhan group capping off a fine campaign with an 18-2 annihilation of Ernst & Young.

Meanwhile, Wing made sure of their second place with a 3-1 defeat of HwangDBS, while Cam Ed routed FTB 5-1 to finish third. PwC proved too much for KPMG, winning their tie 4-1 to grab fourth in the standings.

The sides now progress to playoff matches next Tuesday from 6pm at Beeline Arena. The Finals day is slated for Sunday, August 4.

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