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Hun Sen Champouvan High School claim Cup

Hun Sen Champouvan High School claim Cup

Hun Sen Champouvan High School improved on their runners-up tag from last year’s Western University Volleyball Cup by clinching this year’s title. The team beat their finals opponents Hun Sen Phnom Penh Thmey High School in a thrilling five-set match that ended 16-25, 25-19, 25-20, 27-29, 15-11 yesterday on the courts of Preah Sisowath High School. The winners collected 4 million riels (US$977.50) in prize money and the traditional honourary flag. The beaten finalists received 3 million riels, while third placed Chea Sim Samaki High School took away 2 million riels, and Beung Trabek High School grabbed 1 million riels for fourth. Translated by Pann Rethea


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