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Five sports showcased in first Sar Kheng Cup

Five sports showcased in first Sar Kheng Cup

Through the Ministry of Interior’s Sport Development Project, the inaugural edition of the multi-discipline Sar Kheng Cup will be held from September 4-6 at the National Sports Complex, ministry officials confirmed yesterday.

In cooperation with the relevant federations, competitions will be held in triathlon, women’s soccer, swimming, soft tennis and rifle shooting.

Ministry of Interior Sports Club chief Chea Bunheng said at a press conference yesterday: “Registration for the [Sar Kheng Cup] will be available for all members of clubs and associations from the announcement today. Professional or national team players, however, will not be allowed to join.”

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