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Futsal Championship fought at Bright Field

Futsal Championship fought at Bright Field

The inaugural Bright Field Futsal Championship kicked off over the weekend at the Bright Field astroturf pitch in the city’s Meanchey district.

The five games contested on Saturday and Sunday comprised the first of nine gameweeks between 10 local teams.

On Saturday, Daniel FC edged Youth of Mondulkiri 5-3 before Friendship FC and Khmer Heart FC played out a 4-4 draw.

Then, on Sunday, Khmer Community FC hammered Hagar FC 12-2, Friday FC and StarFish FC drew 7-7 and Khmer Super Red FC beat Restore Life FC 10-6.

The preliminary round-robin phase will culminate in semifinals on April 6 and a grand final on April 20.

The top three teams will receive prizes of $130, $75 and $40 respectively. 

To contact the reporter on this story: Chris Derbuc at [email protected]

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