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Futsal league kicks off at hall of Old Stadium

Futsal league kicks off at hall of Old Stadium

Team qb stumbled in the opening game of their Cambodia Futsal League title defence on Sunday, falling 13-7 to Khmer Super Red at the indoor hall of Old Stadium. Meanwhile, Daniel FC surged to the top with a 21-11 rout of American Intercon Institute. In other first round results, Funan edged Olympic Youth 14-10, Preah Khan Reach blasted Build Bright 15-6 and Red Ball dispatched All Star Utd 12-4. The 2011 edition organised by the Football federation of Cambodia sees ten teams face each other once in five-a-side games played on Sundays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. The top four finishers will progress to knockout stage semifinals on December 4 with finals on December 10. Overall champions will collect a prize of 6 million riels (US$1,470), while runners up will earn 4 million riels and third place playoff winners will go home with 2 million riels. Other cash incentives include 300,000 riles for the tournament’s top scorer and 400,000 riels for the fairest team.

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