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Getting a feel for futsal

Getting a feel for futsal

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Photo by: Tracey Shalton

Chan Tep Kosal of the American Intercontinental  Institute futsal team prepares to pass before a challenge from Lim Lyly of the American Intercontinental School (AIS) team during a match in the "Hello Cambodia Futsal Cup 2008" competition at Olympic Stadium in Phnom Penh on Sunday.

AIS won 5-3. The Futsal Cup, sponsored by cellphone service provider Hello, started on November 22 and runs until December 28, with 16 teams competing in five-a-side matches on Saturdays and Sundays. Spectators can watch matches at the stadium free of charge or catch them on TVK from 2:30pm to 4:30pm in the weekend.

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